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    I wasn't able to make the 2 news media events at Thunder Bay with the BBC and the Japanese due to work.

    My wife and I had a day trip to Milwaukee yesterday and we stopped at Thunder Bay for lunch on the way home. I called the day before and was cheeringly given permission to carry there. We got there for a late lunch and the place was still very busy. Lots of people noticed I was carrying but there were no incidents.

    Great restaurant, the food and service were excellent.
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    The food there is great. The service is even better.

    The General Manager is a 1st class guy. His staff is as well. Its a pleasure to patronize them.
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    Yes, the food and service there is terrific!
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    comp45acp wrote:
    I wasn't able to make the 2 news media events at Thunder Bay with the BBC and the Japanese due to work.

    My wife and I had a day trip to Milwaukee yesterday and we stopped at Thunder Bay for lunch on the way home. I called the day before and was cheeringly given permission to carry there. We got there for a late lunch and the place was still very busy. Lots of people noticed I was carrying but there were no incidents.

    Great restaurant, the food and service were excellent.
    So.... If the person who gave you verbal permission on the phone isn't on duty when you show up and a LEO questions you, what is your defense? Is 'permission' defined as to the form and who has to give it?

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    (g) The possession or use of a handgun on the premises if
    authorized for a specific event of limited duration by the owner or
    manager of the premises who is issued the Class “B” or “Class B”
    license or permit under ch. 125 for the premises.

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    I will be in the Pewaukee area for the next 2 weeks for "Company Training" Send me a PM if you're interested in meeting up.

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    paul@paul-fisher.com wrote:
    comp45acp wrote:
    I wasn't able to make the 2 news media events at Thunder Bay with the BBC and the Japanese due to work.

    My wife and I had a day trip to Milwaukee yesterday and we stopped at Thunder Bay for lunch on the way home. I called the day before and was cheeringly given permission to carry there. We got there for a late lunch and the place was still very busy. Lots of people noticed I was carrying but there were no incidents.

    Great restaurant, the food and service were excellent.
    So.... If the person who gave you verbal permission on the phone isn't on duty when you show up and a LEO questions you, what is your defense? Is 'permission' defined as to the form and who has to give it?
    I recorded the phone conversation and it includes the managers name and the date I got the permission as well as the date the permission was for. They have done this a few times at Thunder Bay and know the drill.
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    I know they have done it before, I was there OC'ing when the BBC was there, I was just wondering the actual logistics. Thank you.

    When I went, there were a few dozen of us so I figured if I got arrested at least I'd have friend's in jail with me. I assumed Nik had it covered but had never asked how he did it specifically.

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