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  1. NRA and the 2nd amendment are allowing the killing of innocent Americans, over 320,000 in 10 years, and keeping the USA from joining the CIVILIZED part of the world.

    NRA and the 2nd amendment has found a way to get American citizens exterminated that are are 100 times more effective than ISIS and Al Qaeda combined.

    USA has one(1) mass shooting per day, civilized countries with strict gun laws has on an average one(1) mass shooting per decade.

    USA has 10 times as many gun related death than the average civilized country with strict gun laws.

    Only uncivilized, unintelligent, uncaring, uninformed, uneducated, un……… individuals can not make the connection between the insane number of killings and the proliferation of guns/weapons.

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    • Planned Parenthood kills more than that yearly so you have no moral standing and for that you should be ashamed and embarrassed.

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  2. Thank you for putting together a list of people, places, and companies that discriminate. It’s nice to know who condones self preservation, and I certainly like knowing who will take our patronage and use it against us.

    However, I notice you don’t have a category for a Neutral position. As with any socio-political or religious issue, a neutral position is all I really ask of the average organization or public figure.

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    • We consider “Neutral” to be a mostly friendly posture for gun rights, since they have not gone out of their way to ban guns. Most that are neutral are rated “B”.

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  3. Marcus Theaters is a WI-based nationwide company which IMO should have at least a B rating. I think they ban employee carry, but they have repeatedly confirmed that they welcome lawfully-armed customers. I carry openly and have never had a problem, which is generally a really good test of a company’s attitude.

    No problems in Hancock Fabrics either.
    And I’ve been in several JoAnn Fabrics stores, also OC, with no problem. I’m surprised you give them an F.

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  4. You need to update your criterIa table. Cites Starbuck’s as an example of A grade

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  5. I would like to see a list of companies that limt sale of items to military and law enforcement.

    “this item not for sale to civilans”

    ZT kives, glock, cerakote ect.

    willing to help with that by the way

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    • Justin,

      It’s not in our area of expertise, but if you want to do some research and show links or evidence of your findings that would be something worth sharing on our page. Shoot an email to info@2acheck.com

      Thanks!

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    • I know that in the case of glock the only item limited to law enforcement only is the .380 glock models and that is because of NFA and ATF rules not company policy

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  6. Have you contacted Carl’s Jr, Burger King, and Taco Bell? US Bank? If I did the research on my own would you use the information I’ve found or answers I receive?

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    • None of them have responded, neither has Walmart. If you do manage to get in touch with them please post your findings here. Also, can you please post the link to walmarts policy that you said is on their website? Thanks for helping our cause!

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      • I can tell you that while Walmart does sell long guns and ammo in some of their stores, employees are prohibited from having firearms anywhere on the property, including in their vehicles. I have not been confronted when open carrying in NM, an open carry state.

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  7. I did not notice anything on your list of companies about Simon Malls. They are a huge corporate development of malls. They have a NO GUNS policy which is placed at the entrances to their malls under a code of conduct policy.

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