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Thread: OCing at the "Redondo" Fred Meyer?

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    Anyone ever OC at the Redondo Fred Meyer?

    I looked at the sticky thread, but didn't see the store mentioned, so I thought I'd ask.

    Other stores in particular question are:

    QFC in Covington, off of 272nd SE and Fred Meyer in Covington, off of 272nd SE

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    Or you could just do what everyone else does... go in there shopping. Near as I can tell Kroger has no specific rules concerning lawful carry in their stores. I never do, but that is because I have to work in some of their stores as a vendor at times, and it doesn't pay to run the risk of bad relations with a store manager. So if I'm not working, I CC.

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    They have a very interesting store employee policy.

    If you're an employee working at the store, you may not possess a firearm in the store, *even when you're a customer in the store and off the clock*

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    I carry in Fred Meyer in Kent, Top Food Kent, Walgreens Kent, Target in Kent, Walmart in Covington, Sam's Club in Renton, hell, I OC everywhere I go... Which is pretty much Kent, Covington, Renton areas. Like SV said, just OC wherever you're going and see what happens. No one ever says anything to me. No problems with managers or employes or sheeple.
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    I have OCed in the Tumwater Fred Meyer, no problems, no comments.

    Charles

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    U8Dust wrote:
    They have a very interesting store employee policy.

    If you're an employee working at the store, you may not possess a firearm in the store, *even when you're a customer in the store and off the clock*
    This is not an uncommon policy. Most places enforce employee policy on their employees any time they are on the property. Regardless of the reason they are there.
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    That's to save their own butts.

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    Don't OC much, but I have OCed at the Kirkland Fred Meyer.

    Bought the stuff I wanted, and that was it.

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    I still have a open dialog running with the folks from Kroger since November. As soon as I have something I will post it. So far they have not said yes or no on weapons carry.

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