I was in my town's Wal-Mart when an assistant manager approached me. He told me the he had received "Five" calls from other shoppers about my pistol. He then asked me to please remove my firearm from the premises. I left the store immediately.
When I later conferred with a fellow OCer, he told me that he had been asked to leave the same Wal-Mart because of being called in by "Five" shoppers.
I believed the legal norm was to award some form of compensation to individuals who felt as though their constitutional rights were being infringed upon. For example, non-Christians and Atheists being wished Merry Christmas by Wal-Mart greeters led to a "Christmas Controversy." However, for OCers, the opposite is occurring. Our right to protect ourselves is being ignored because of businesses wanting to keep their revenue stream, (the customers,) happy and shopping. The problem comes when trying to make an impact on businesses revenue because of our small population.
I agree with ChiangShih. Our rights are being infringed upon on a private level and we must search for legal alternatives.