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    Yep as posted before same old new is good news. Open carry in Bass Pro no problems.

    Open carried in Bass Pro for two hours. I was in all departments upstairs down stairs. Asked several times with a big smile on their face if I needed any help. Nothing between me and the employee but a few feet and my sidearm. They will be seeing more of my business.
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    Did they ask you to see the serial no. and all that before you went in
    I shoot there all the time and they record the ser. no. and make and model and put trigger locks on
    for me to walk up to the range, one of the old guys that doesn't see well even asks for the blue cards
    and copies the numbers off of it. I think it is a waste of time, if you can open carry in there, but I talked to one of the guys at the range and he said that was the way the Mananger wanted it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronsmag View Post
    Did they ask you to see the serial no. and all that before you went in
    I shoot there all the time and they record the ser. no. and make and model and put trigger locks on
    for me to walk up to the range, one of the old guys that doesn't see well even asks for the blue cards
    and copies the numbers off of it. I think it is a waste of time, if you can open carry in there, but I talked to one of the guys at the range and he said that was the way the Mananger wanted it
    Well first of all dont shoot at the range. It is expensive. Second do not carry a blue card. It is not required to be carried.
    Third if they asked you to do this just because you were OC let me know so I can contact corporate AGAIN to et this fixed.

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    28kfps
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronsmag View Post
    Did they ask you to see the serial no. and all that before you went in
    I shoot there all the time and they record the ser. no. and make and model and put trigger locks on
    for me to walk up to the range, one of the old guys that doesn't see well even asks for the blue cards
    and copies the numbers off of it. I think it is a waste of time, if you can open carry in there, but I talked to one of the guys at the range and he said that was the way the Mananger wanted it
    I do not shoot in their range. I shoot at Discount firearms they allow open carry right into the range just required to keep the firearm holstered until you step up to the shooting line. I beleive rarnge fee and target was $9.

    At bass pro, I did not stop at the turnstile just smilled at the lady and walked in. It appears they may have two different sets of rules one if you are planning on shooting and another if open carrying. May be Vegassteve or someone else has more info on that.
    Last edited by 28kfps; 08-02-2010 at 11:54 PM.

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