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    A wheelchair is right handy dealing with them metal detectors. Once in a great while they want to pat you down but usually they just wave you through. I mean really, what's a derelict in a wheelchair gonna do? Hmmmmm?
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    They've got the metal detectors up for the first time this year................Summerfest and the State Fair. They didn't get my cash before, they certainly won't now. First they complain that they don't feel safe, then they complain that it takes to long to get in. They want it both ways. I hope that they have to stand in line for days. None of the vendors or set up people are checked for weapons at these venues. Was just up for the Budweiser truck and tractor pull. Didn't see any of this foolishness up nort. Someone asked my wife yesterday, if she was going to Summerfest. She told them that there's not 120,000 people she wants to hang around with.

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    I'm planning on being at the YUM Center in Louisville for an event in the near future. It's looking like being able to legally conceal carry is not going to be an option. Does anyone have any updated information on whether everyone entering the facilities must go through the metal detectors that were apparently installed a while back?

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    I normally don't go to places that are gun free or "open season" zones but I do go some places like my Doctor which has a no gun sign on the door armed and just keep it concealed....Last year we went to the Georgia Aquarium which I knew was a gun free zone and they even made me leave my new Benchmade pocket knife with security which I thought was somewhat over kill but rather than cause a big fuss I did it but when it was time to leave they claimed to not be able to find it.....That's when I pitched a BIG fit and called the head of security and a cop to get them to look again and guess what, they located it pretty quick that time....Last trip to that place for me....Except for work I carry everywhere I go because you just never know when it might go down...
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    never understood how the N freak'n R A will not allow carry at their convention.
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    Funny, here in Kali, I don't see many no guns signs---go figure?
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    I noticed that my local Target took down their signs. I can now shop there again. Apparently I wasn't the only one who didn't agree with their firearm stand. Must have hit them in the pocketbook.

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    ^^^ vote with your wallet...as I always say...
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    Here...."No Firearms" signage does not carry the force of law. So merchant postings can be and are routinely ignored.

    Yeah, I know. But I choose to shop them anyway so just save the electrons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by b4uqzme View Post
    ^^^ vote with your wallet...as I always say...
    Agree 100%....I have shopped for groceries at my my local Kroger for years and one of the reasons was that they always had a real nice selection of shooting and firearm related magazines which I enjoyed looking over and picking up copies of my favorite American Handgunner.....Last week I noticed there were no gun related magazines at all so I asked the store manager what was up and he said due to the recent Florida school shooting the area manager decided it wasn't in the companies best interest to sell gun related reading material....Well I normally spend $200.00 a week at Kroger but no more, from now on I'm going all P.C. And taking my money and business over to Publix on the Corner....
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