SavageOne wrote:Wal Mart's corporate policy on OC is extremely speculative and you will not find it in official writing anywhere. IF you can get a higher up manager in Wal Mart to enforce any kind of policy at all, it is typically not to bother a person who is legally carrying a firearm according to state law unless the local management receives complaints from two or more other patrons at which time the local manager is allowed to ask an open carrier to conceal or leave.I was just talking to a local State Trooper and a Local LEO. I work with a former ST and have had a few discussions about OC with him(he's totally for it). I decided to ask this ST about his opinion on OC. He seemed reluctant, to say one way or the other. The LEO cockily stated OC was fine if you wanted to be drawn on a few times. The ST then related how a K9 officer in full uniform went into a Wal Mart to buy a bag of dog food for his dog. Upon entering he was told he couldn't be in there with an OC gun. He stated that yes he could. They then said the only way he could was if he was accompanied by an employee. He told them "great someone to talk to, go get'em".
My question is does anyone know Wal Mart's corporate policy on OC? I have seen other posts here that stated it usually went along with the local regs. I would also like any opinions on how someone should handle a situation like this.
Good luck on the "IF you can findpart", typically Wal Mart management isn't going to be concerned about a gun carrier's treatment because we are such a small percentage of their customer base.