Got to love how they blur between OC and CC laws
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Two other corporations that maintain stores in St. Joseph expressed similar stances.
“The Home Depot does not prohibit anyone who is legally permitted to carry firearms from entering our stores, provided the firearms are carried in compliance with applicable laws and regulations,” said Jen King, a company spokeswoman.
Best Buy spokesman Justin Barber said the consumer technology chain also conforms to local and state laws regarding open-carry firearms. Mr. Barber had no other comment.
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Tim Hatfield, owner of Hatfield’s Sporting Goods, said it’s best for someone to check with local and state laws for compliance before taking a weapon into a business.
“So long as it conforms to the letter of the law, it’s not illegal,” he said.
i would like to know where it is common around here,you never see anyone openly carrying a gun here:what:
sorry but what the heck is LOS
gunman wrote:Line Of Sight, or there's alwayssorry but what the heck is LOS
thanks i looked for it on here but couldnt find it anywhere
gunman wrote:MO is a "shall issue" state is it not? CA might find a lesson here.i would like to know where it is common around here,you never see anyone openly carrying a gun here:what: