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    KTP offically OC friendly

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    As of 22 JUN 2010, the Kittery Trading Post is officially OC friendly. They released a letter stating that their store policy will now reflect state law.


    (I tried to post this earlier, but the forum was down)

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    Quote Originally Posted by summerof95 View Post
    Doesn't look like anyone else has posted this...

    As of 22 JUN 2010, the Kittery Trading Post is officially OC friendly. They released a letter stating that their store policy will now reflect state law.


    (I tried to post this earlier, but the forum was down)
    Your welcome:


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    now that makes me happy!. Now we just have to find a way to get Cabella's to do the same. Their official policy is not to encourage or support OC. But even the guys at the Gun Cabinet do support it, i was asked yesterday by a NRA instructor that works there "if you open carry, where is your gun?" i then had to explain to him that the loss prevention guys kicked me out for OC in Cabella's..............his reaction i will not put on here for there were too many harsh and vulgar words used :-p

    but we have one more place that we wont be harassed now and that to me is a good thing :-)

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    actually cabelas official policy is very oc friendly. they have a corporate printed stanchion sign in the lobby saying oc or cc is fine in their stores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay75009 View Post
    now that makes me happy!. Now we just have to find a way to get Cabella's to do the same. Their official policy is not to encourage or support OC. But even the guys at the Gun Cabinet do support it, i was asked yesterday by a NRA instructor that works there "if you open carry, where is your gun?" i then had to explain to him that the loss prevention guys kicked me out for OC in Cabella's..............his reaction i will not put on here for there were too many harsh and vulgar words used :-p

    but we have one more place that we wont be harassed now and that to me is a good thing :-)
    If you were asked to leave Cabella's for OCing by loss prevention personnel, you did get their names and reported it, right?

    I am confused too - what does being "kicked out" of Cabella's have to do with your not having a gun when you were talking to the instructor?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jay75009 View Post
    now that makes me happy!. Now we just have to find a way to get Cabella's to do the same. Their official policy is not to encourage or support OC. But even the guys at the Gun Cabinet do support it, i was asked yesterday by a NRA instructor that works there "if you open carry, where is your gun?" i then had to explain to him that the loss prevention guys kicked me out for OC in Cabella's..............his reaction i will not put on here for there were too many harsh and vulgar words used :-p

    but we have one more place that we wont be harassed now and that to me is a good thing :-)
    I've talked to the manager personally and OC is allowed in the store... this is why you talk to a manager and not just some person that works there. The employees don't always know the stores stance on things.

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