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Thread: Being Told Never to OC inside an Establishment Again

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    Exclamation ..

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    Regular Member MilProGuy's Avatar
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    It's his business, and he has the "right" to deny anyone access to his business for any reason.

    I'd find another establishment to do business with.

    NOTE: In my state, people cannot take their firearms into a bar.
    Last edited by MilProGuy; 12-02-2011 at 07:52 PM. Reason: Added a "note"
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    if he said that it was his bar, then he has the right to tell you not to carry there. you have the right to spend your money elsewhere and post his establishment in the open carry report.

    now partaking in alcohol while carrying may not be a great choice, i hope you thought it thru IF you did.
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    Founder's Club Member thebigsd's Avatar
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    So he let you in after you pointed out your gun and then made a big deal when you left? That doesn't seem to make sense. Did something happen inside the bar?
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