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Yup.....those "no firearms allowed" signs are doing the trick.

luv_jeeps

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Jared's has had a longtime prohibition on firearms in their stores.......looks like it's as expected.

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LOVELAND - Authorities are looking for four people they say robbed a jewelry store Friday night.

Loveland Police say the received a 911 call at about 6:36 p.m. about four armed suspects that entered the Jared Jewelry store near Highway 34 and Interstate 25 and stole and undisclosed amount of jewelry.

Police say no one was injured during the robbery.

Police are still looking for the suspects, who they say left the scene in a vehicle.

http://www.9news.com/news/article.aspx?storyid=177231&catid=339
 

Shovelhead

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The local BB&T and Wachovia banks all have the silly signs.

Guess which two banks have the majority of 'stick-ups" in our area?...............
 

Dreamer

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Jared's has had a longtime prohibition on firearms in their stores.......looks like it's as expected.


Wanna know where these policies come from? Follow the money...

Jared's is owned by a BIG conglomerate based in Ohio--Sterling Jewelers--which owns pretty much EVERY chain jewelry store in North America (with the exception of the Zales chain).

Sterling also owns Kays, J.B. Robinson Jewelers, Marks & Morgan Jewelers, Belden Jewelers, Osterman Jewelers, Shaw's Jewelers, Weisfield Jewelers, LeRoy's Jewelers, Rogers Jewelers, Goodman Jewelers, and Friedlander's Jewelers

But Sterling is actually not an autonomous corporation--it is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Signet Jewelers Limited, a UK-headquartered (but Bermuda domiciled) multinational.

Yes, that's right--Jared's is owned by a British company that is incorporated in Bermuda--so they are not only run by a bunch of British gun-grabbing elitists, but they are tax-evading globalist corporate weasels as well...

There are a MYRIAD of reasons not to buy from chain jewelers like Jareds--they treat their employees poorly, they deal in gems and precious metals that are literally BATHED in the blood of third-world children, they are all owned by tax-evading globalists, and they are all tied in to the International Banking Cartels as well.

Their unconstitutional attitudes toward RKBA is just a sort of slimy icing on their already rotten cake of evil, greed, and corruption.

If you want to buy fine jewelry, by from a local "mom and pop" jeweler. Chances are the raw materials are still just as blood-covered, but at least the end-point sale is going to benefit your own community, rather than going into the pockets of some international eugenicist bastard...

Oh, and BTW, it is this VERY topic--and this very information that got me booted from another (un-named) 2A forum a few months ago. Hopefully, the moderators on THIS forum are a little more open to the TRUTH...
 
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since9

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Wanna know where these policies come from? Follow the money...

Jared's is owned by a BIG conglomerate based in Ohio...

Sounds like the corrupt Chicago folks who own the local anti-gun malls.

Enough said, money, et all.

Their coffers won't ever grace my funds, period, bar none. That's a Chicago saying, so get used to it.

If you want our dollars, grow a brain. Anti-2A rights isn't a brain, folks. Try harder. My father, grandfather, and his father were raised in Chicago.

Try harder.
 
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