He might as well forget his security procedures. Simply having a no guns policy will no doubt cause the bad guy to go elsewhere. (eye roll)my contention is if a bad guy's in my store and you're a good samaritan in my store and you see the bad guy whipping out the gun, we already have security procedures in place to protect ourselves
What a stupid argument. He has security procedures to protect himself, but not his customers. He obviously fails to see why someone would carry a defensive weapon. I carry for the defense of myself and my family... The owner of a jewelry store is on his own.
Then he shouldn't have a problem with those that carry guns for practical purposes taking there business elsewhere.Eulberg says it's a practical, not a political stance that he's taking. He says he simply does not want firearms inside of a jewelry store where customers can negotiate prices.