Old 05-03-2017, 08:48 AM
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Location: south eastern PA
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You may not see eye to eye with me on this and that is ok, not the first time, but you would be incorrect. A store is not public property, it is private property and the owner gets to make the rules, like no shoes, no shirt, no service and no guns allowed inside. Now pubic property such as parks etc is a different story. There has been a court decision saying municipalities cannot prohibit a person legally allowed to carry from doing it in a park. There was a flurry of rues changes in parks to remove the prohibition where I live after that happened.

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