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Buffalo Wild Wings – They ban guns in all company owned stores.  There may be some exceptions in the case of franchised locations, however, we believe that having a corporate policy of disarming law-abiding citizens disqualifies them from receiving our business.

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Buffalo Wild Wings spokeswoman Angie Andresen:

“We’re a brand that is all about having fun with friends. Beginning in 2009, our company-owned restaurants, along with some franchised locations, began asking guests not to bring guns into Buffalo Wild Wings. That business practice has never been a comment on social or political issues. Our position isn’t new, and it hasn’t changed in years. We’re wings, beer and sports. Our focus is always to provide a great experience for all our guests on game day — and every day.”

Contact them:

http://www.buffalowildwings.com/contact-us/

5500 Wayzata Blvd., Ste. 1600

Minneapolis MN, 55416

(952) 593-9943

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  1. Has there been a legal precedent for violating their rule..is it even a chargeable offense? I’ve gone into these in Buffalo NY to meet friends & I had my piece on me. I’m certainly not going to put it in the saddlebag of my Harley because some chicken wing-seller hasn’t read the amendments.

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  2. So when some crazy fool comes in and shoots the place up your telling me that your wait staff if going to throw himself in front of a bullet for me, not likely, I’ll continue to eat at your establishments and carry concealed.

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  3. Although a ‘NO GUNS’ policy irritates me, it is a two-way street. The business does not want guns on the premises, and the gun owner can choose to take his or her business elsewhere. It isn’t about a lack of trust of lawful gun owners. Don’t take it personally. They are not punishing the lawful gun owner for his choice to carry. It is about the beer guzzling troglodyte at the end table who drinks himself ‘brave’ and then picks a fight with a gun carrier … “Well LOOK at this idiot! He carries a GUN! I’ll bet you think that gun makes you a MAN, eh?!” I have encountered obnoxious drunk A-holes many times. You CANNOT reason with an intoxicated JERK who needs to convince himself (once again) that he is the toughest SOB in the room. It isn’t the presence of the gun that is a threat. It is the manifestation of a piss poor attitude that surfaces in some people when they drink. I carry, both open and concealed, and I will NOT go into a place that serves alcohol, because I know that it is packed with guys guzzling down mugs of “Instant A-Hole” who will soon be LOOKING for a fight. I respect their decision to ban guns from their private business, and I choose not to patronize them for their decision.

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    • That is one of the best points I’ve read yet Joe. I’ve always been the “F” BWW if they don’t let law abiding carriers to bring in their firearms but I’ve also been at odds with the fact there are establishments that do allow AND serve you alcohol. What these establishments and patrons alike COULD DO, is compromise by allowing you to carry in, but you are not served alcohol. Like having a designated driver.

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  4. Here’s the thing, in Nevada, a CCW licensed handgun owner can enter their store anyway. The only time they can be forced to leave is if personal see the gun. Then they can ask them to leave. Until that time it is still legal to carry concealed. No law is broken.

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  5. Since ive started carrying in virginia Buffalo wild wings is the only place i have found to have a no gun sign. But isnt it true that posted signs in virginia hold no power?

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    • Yes this is true, until they verbally ask u to leave and if u refuse u are only guilty of trespassing. This does not go for places like schools or courthouses where it is unlawful to carry.

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  6. I have read most of the post. Remember if you’re is a location that bands the carry of firearms and you’re involved in a justified shooting if the location choose to file charges they can. The charge would be criminal trespassing with a firearm. Just food for thought. Just don’t go in. Boycott them. Gary, retired cop.

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  7. Any and all businesses have the “right” to ask patrons not bring firearms onto their property.. With that said.. I refuse to give them my business, and that’s my right. Since my home state decided open carry was legal, I’ve seen the signs go up on many doors.. It seems that as long as people didn’t actually know who was armed, everyone was fine with it. Outta sight – outta mind, I guess.

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  8. In Texas those door sign is not legal notification

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  9. After reading a bunch of the posts in here, it gets me how all the anti CCW seem to get some Pro 2nd Amend suporters so riled up. When I was doing my training to be able to carry, the first thing they taught and drilled into our heads is if you have a hot temperament, you don’t need a gun. Why let these people get to any of us that know its our right and “privilege” to carry a firearm whether we need it or not. I carry mine firearm everywhere I go and hope to god everyday that I never have to pull it. All I have to say to the anti 2nd Amendment people is “peace be with you”

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    • Casey Engelman

      I agree 100% well said

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    • Randall C. Bullard

      Absolutely. Carry concealed and no one knows but you. If that critical moment you prepare for while hoping and praying it never occurs takes place, only then does it become known. And to all those anti 2nd Amendment people, peace be with you, if your in danger at any point because of your stance on guns, if I’m around I’ll have your back and mine.

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  10. BTW. .is free to do what they want. However, I feel my rights and safety are more important then their company policy. That being said I carry concealed regardless. I’d rather be Judged by 12 then carried by 6. Besides, a good concealed carry can’t be seen anyways.

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  11. What’s the big deal? Seems like everyone here’s the praise the Lord and pass the ammunition type. You guys do know that you don’t have to carry any kind of weapon in public and 99.9999/100 you’ll be just fine. There’s an awful lot I was picked on when I was younger/I got a tic tac in my pants have to have a gun people posting on here.

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    • I carry for that .0001% of the time. Same reason I have a fire extinguisher at the house and in the trunk of the car.

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      • Great post Josh, the clueless won’t get it but it’s still a great response!

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      • Josh….I have not heard it explained any better.Thanks for a simple but TRUE reply.

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      • VERY well stated.

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      • Josh, many people will think that’s a sensible answer, but few people have ever been killed by a fire extinguisher. You don’t have to lock your fire extinguisher in a safe to make sure your kids don’t play with it and blow their heads off.

        You aren’t 7 times more likely to be killed by your fire extinguisher than to use it putting out a fire.

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        • People have died because they didn’t have a fire extinguisher. Also, your fire extinguisher needs to be accessable. Do you keep your fire extinguisher in your car that you intend to use for your home?

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        • Cars are more dangerous (far more deaths) than guns Nancy- I mean Mike. I will however admit there is a big difference between my fire extinguishers and my guns- fire extinguishers are not NEARLY as fun to practice with.

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        • Firearms DON’T kill people, people kill… There’re multiple reason why anyone will carry a firearm, focusing on the most common reason, SELF DEFENSE. Regardless of ( %, Polls, Research, Religion, etc.) I have never heard of nor seen a “sticky note” nor any prior (ethical) warning, detailing ETA & Date when harm will present itself.

          Therefore, my firearm remains on my person or on a magnet behind the bed head board while I sleep. The safe is “me”.

          FYI – A fire extinguisher has never killed anyone, yet I’m certain a human used the fire extinguisher as a weapon.

          In addition, I have 3 beautiful children 8, 2, and 1, which firearms are “just like a knife set in the kitchen” my 8 year old shoots accurately at 130 yards (supervised).

          Once you start hiding anything from kids you immediately start building curiosity, results vary, yet highly undesired. Responsibility & Education, is always a good start.

          NRA Counselor

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    • Please site the source of your statistics. The ncjrs stats show that a person is much more likely to be a victim of a violent crime than .0001% as you state. In fact 3 out of 10 will be victims in their lifetime. I’ll gladly exercise my right to bear arms with those odds. Please use facts for your argument, not conjecture.

      See source link below.

      https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/bjs/104274.pdf

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  12. Just visited BWW – one of my favorite places and I go there a LOT!!! However, I went to a Plano, Tx store and they have posted a NO GUN sign. So sad. We will NOT be back. If only the criminals would obey the signs and gun laws – ain’t gonna happen. Bye BWW. :-( My right to protection is important.

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  13. Why would a site post FALSE information? It appears to me that the owner of this site either has a vendetta against BWW or is just a hater and likes to stir shit.

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    • What false information are you referring to? BWW’s corporate policy has been posted in these forums. What part of their statement against guns being in their establishment do you not understand?

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      • It’s a fuckin bar you moron.not supposed to have your sidearm on you anyway.I never carry my sidearm into bars. If you dont like it dont go out,fucking crybaby

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        • Perfectly legal to carry a sidearm into bars of all kinds in Iowa. You need to know there are differences in statutes in different states. Iowa has no laws prohibiting carry in an establishment that serves alcohol.

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        • U r allowed to carry a sidearm inside a bar you moron.

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          • I know there is no ban at the Terre Haute, IN and Effingham, IL locations. I open carry in Indiana while conceal carry in Illinois.

        • More than 50% of the sales at BW3′s is non alcohol; thus, this business is not a bar. If it were a bar then people under 21 year old would not be allowed to enter. I took my children there today to eat their delicious food. And yes, I was carrying my 9 mm. No one sad a word to me. By the way, I drank ice tea.

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        • It’s not a 51% so it’s a restaurant but thanks for being so classy with your language wow !!

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        • True, BWW has a bar in it, but most BWW locations have a separate 21y/o to enter area. The rest is family friendly to include minors.

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        • It’s not actually a bar….they’re a restaurant. Most of their sales come from food, not alcohol. But, it depends on the state you are in. And talk like an adult and not some arrogant thug bitch!

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        • There is NO LAW stating you cannot carry a firearm in a bar! I don’t recommend it, but if I am in having wings and PEPSI, NOBODY should think they can disarm me with a sign!

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        • Perfectly legal to carry a weapon into a bar in Ohio as long as you are not drinking. I do it all the time.

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        • I am 100% pro 2nd I do carry, I choose as a personal choice not to carry while I conduct myself in a bar like environment. I feel more bad can result mixing drinks with a firearm. same as drinking and operating cars don’t go along to well. I don’t expect the rest of the people to agree with my decision. I just hope the others who commented on this have enough smarts to know their limits.

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        • D testa, you really do need to consult with a 3rd grader before posting. Know what you’re talking about idiot.

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        • you happen to be the moron and an anti defense zealot turd.

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    • Joe – It is their constitutional right to run their business the way they want to, just as it is your constitutional right to go to another restaurant. I hope you don’t need to fly anywhere any time soon, you knucklehead!

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  14. Tom. The sign in Morristown is a fake or photoshopped. I had to go and see for myself and it does not exist.

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    • Stan. Thanks for the reply. I did not see the sign at the store. I saw what was suppose to be a photograph of the sign at the morristown location. I have NO PROBLEM with not allowing hand guns in alcohol selling establishments. My question was about the “WE do not support the second amendment. Thanks again for your reply and I hope noone misunderstood what my question was Thanks again Tom L

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    • Try Morristown New Jersey. The post I saw had a N.J. location

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    • What “Morrison” are you looking at as there are more than one.

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    • I’m currently sitting at a B dubs in Indianapolis, and I can confirm they have this sign on their front door. And I’ve got my revolver in my pocket, so I’m kind of ignoring it.

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  15. Seems like a difference to say no firearms allowed…OR like Buffalo wild wings “WE DO NOT SUPPORT THE SECOND AMMENDMENT”, as the sign in Morristown Tn says on the doors. Is there?

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  16. If the place has 51% sign out. Do not carry. The place serves beer wine and drinks………no guns in these places. It is a safety issue.

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  17. Disturbing… I’m timid to go into that place now. What happens if some fruitcake needs attention and I provide a concealed weapon to handle business? Careful, a potential lawsuit by all would be on our back. But by all means, legally carry at will and avoid this place. Lawsuit.

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    • I agree David for whatever its worth. In Iowa sign or no sign the best they can do is ask you to leave because you are breaking no law. If they ask you to leave you could be charged with trespassing if you refuse. I conceal carry mostly everywhere. The wife isn’t on board because she has spent the last 5 years listening to NPR radio and reads the Huffington Post religiously. After 45 years of marriage we hardly agree on anything political. Little did I know that while serving in Viet Nam our combat training included what to do if captured and how to hold out against brainwashing yet it has happened to my partner listening to liberal crap. I haven’t figured out how to un ring a bell. Oh, well, Mr. Sturm and Mr. Ruger have yet to argue with me on my feelings which I find comfort in. John Adams. Carrying in Iowa

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      • If I have my CCW permit and my firearm is in my purse, out of sight, and I don’t say anything is that wrong?

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        • That depends entirely on the state statute and the verbiage on the sign. In Nevada if the sine is 100% correct you would be in violation of a misdemeanor, but only if you draw it and use it to save a life.

          Then the D. A. would have to choose to prosecute you.

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  18. In Georgia they can post whatever they like on their doors but i can still legally carry regardless in their establishment. Only if they see it can they need ask me to leave. If I refuse then it is criminal trespassing. Now as a person who carries everyday, I do not advertise so they have no idea if I am carrying or not. I am not about to go anywhere without it. The signs are worthless!!!

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  19. WARNING: There is no screening for weapons or armed security within this facility. This “GUN FREE ZONE” does not guarantee that armed criminals are not actually within this within this facility. The purpose of this “GUN FREE ZONE” it to insure persons licensed to carry firearms is not within this facility. ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK.

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  20. I have NEVER been a customer and NEVER will. 2nd ammendment is very precious…

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  21. Let me help you advertise. I, along with my family and friends who are licensed to legally carry a firearm…will no longer walk through your doors.

    If anyone thinks for a moment you are safe in a “gun free zone”, then keep your phone handy to call someone with a gun when…not if things break bad. Also, make sure all of your personal affairs are in order. Happy eating idiots!!!

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  22. Thank you for bravely standing up to the gun lobby so that I may be safe in your restaurants. Planning on notifying all of my friends so that we may support your policy with our business.

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    • If you think your safe because of their policy maybe you need to do some research,and unless you have a cop with a gun in your pocket you will never be safe in a gun free zone. This is not an opinion it is fact. I will say that while carrying you can not consume alcohol but you can eat.

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    • Your a liberal idiot too! Drugs too are banned from the streets…..how’s that working out? ! Just means now some crazy idiot can come in there and go postal n kill all liberals inside n not have to worry about getting shot himself. I would personally rather protect myself then depend on someone else to do so…..because everyone always follows the law and all rules

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    • Your only safe because we are carrying at the next table. Signs don’t carry power of law.
      It’s the idea that you find comforting it’s just not reality

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    • It’s citizens like yourself that become victims. A “gun-free zone” is nothing more than a soft target for the cowards that are willing to shoot to kill, they choose these targets for maximum body count with little to no armed resistance. For your families sake I pray you never find yourselves in that situation, but if you do ever you find yourselves in a active soft target establishment, that there is someone carrying to save the lives of those foolish enough to think that a “gun-free zone” makes them safe.

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    • Hell your not Wixted. You are twisted.

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    • We just had a gun free zone restaurant robbed but the concealed weapon owner shot and killed one and held the other. No one robbed all safe and went home to their families. Guns save lives in the right hands, US Marine.

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    • You are most welcome Judy Wixted! Here at Buffalo Wild Wings, We strive for customer satisfaction. We would like to ensure you have a pleasant dining experience with us, so should an armed intruder enter the facility and threaten your family, please kindly remind them that they are in a gun free zone and explain that their action is in violation of the posted placard at the door. After that, please ensure they are aware of our current burger specials!

      In the event that the intruder ignores your reasonable request and shoots you, rest assured that your family’s next meal is on us!! We appreciate your patronage.

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  23. Is it necessary to carry a weapon into an establishment that one of the main draws is alcohol sales? I understand the 2nd amendment and I am a law abiding gun owner. I lawfully carry a weapon. However, to cry over Buffalo Wild Wings no gun policy is absurd. I don’t need people carrying weapons in a bar atmosphere who have great intentions, but might feel it necessary to draw on some drunk hitting on his girl. Or, the law abiding citizen who carries into BWW just for the wings, then accidentally has a couple beers, then a few more. That is a seriously dangerous situation.
    I carry everywhere I can legally for the most part, but I make the conscious decision to leave my guns at home when I plan on entering any establishment that serves alcohol. Just makes my life and choices easier that way.
    Oh… And if someone is going to shoot up a BWW and kill me while I eat some spicy garlic or asisn zing wings, so be it. At least I didn’t die hungry.

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    • You’re an idiot. “Accidentally drink beer”? Re-read what you posted and realize what a moron you are. You need to change that Trojan warriors helmet to a vagina.

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      • You are so right, here the business with the sighs are getting robbed, after they get robbed the sighs are now down. If you got a sign we don’t go to them so they know that it is a easy target.

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      • Speaking of morons, that’s actually a Spartan helmet. Re-read what you posted so you can feel intellectually insignificant. Turd.

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    • If you are a big enough fuckhead that you can accidentally violate your carry limitations by consuming the alcohol is the first place, then your dumb ass doesn’t need a license anyways.

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    • If you carrier concealed you put your pants on you put your gun own. USMC

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    • Your comment with it a doubt is the stupidest I have ever seen. There is no way you have s conceal carry permit and have an attitude like yours, nice try though to pretend that you are something you’re not libtard!

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  24. The gentleman making the most recent comment is accurate – in some states. Some states ban firearms where alcohol is being served. Some states treat a “no guns” posting as “law” if properly posted. Other states consider it a simple trespass and if asked to leave you should do so or face arrest. Know the law in your state before any attempt.

    The most important thing to note is – even the states that allow licensed carry, do ban carry if “under the influence”. If you “blow” over the percentage for DUI you’ll be arrested and lose your carry permit, spend some jail time and put your driver’s license (and in some states boating license) in jeopardy. So, having an adult beverage at BWW while carrying could become a nightmare!

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  25. I don’t believe and i know in Iowa that IF a Business has a no guns allowed on their doors that you can ignore it because you are perfectly LEGAL to do what you are doing. HOWEVER, IF you are asked to leave the business has the right to do so as they can refuse service to anyone. You must leave when asked to do so or you could be charged with trespassing. However, you could tell them you will wait for the POLICE to arrive and then leave peacefully and give them a tune up about gun rights, safety, etc.etc. while you wait.

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  26. I was recently asked to leave a BWW in Federal Way Washington. Washington is an Open Carry state I my pistol was holstered on my hip at the time. I have visited a large number of restaurants and other businesses while carrying and this was the first time I had been asked to leave by the management.

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  27. Roosters around central Ohio does not restrict carry, and they have much much better wings and other foods. I highly recommend Roosters if your ever in the Columbus area!

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  28. The last couple of times that my wife and I dined in BWW, I had my CHL weapon on my person. I was never asked about having a weapon nor did I give any indication that I may have a weapon on me. I saw BWW’s “sign” on the door “banning guns from the premises”. We BOTH made note of the “sticker” on the door and the proper sign inside the door, giving a “”warning of unlicensed carrying of a firearm…” so we decided if we were confronted by store personnel, we would gladly pay the tab and leave. On another note… While there on last visit, a GROUP OF 7-8 at nearby table LEFT WITHOUT PAYING!! I asked my wife “Which kind of customer do you think they would rather have in their stores – A legal gun carrier who pays the bill or big group that does the dine and dash??”

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  29. I can tell you from personal experience (speaking with the local manager) the BWW in G.J. Colorado makes no effort to restrict, let alone ban concealed carry. He explained further he has never recieved direction from Corporate to do so…

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  30. Bernadette Sweet

    If my legal weapons are not welcome my family and I won’t eat there!

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    • I did’nt think you were allowed to carry your weapon into any place that served alcohol?

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      • Ir depends on the state, Here in SC we as CWP holders are allowed to carry in places that serve alcohol but the prohibition on drinking while carrying remains in place.

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        • In Texas it’s the same so long as there isn’t a red 51 sign, meaning the establishment earns more than 51% of the income from alcohol (bar, club)

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          • That isn’t exactly true… Private property owners may exclude license holders from carrying concealed handguns on their property by providing notice as provided in Section 30.06, Texas Penal Code. If you wish to prohibit license holders from carrying concealed handguns on your property, §30.06, Texas Penal Code requires you to post specific signage. The sign must be in both English and Spanish, must include the specific language described by law, must appear in contrasting colors with block letters at least one inch in height and be displayed in a conspicuous manner clearly visible to the public. The slippery slope is where a business such as BWW posts a sign that indicates that weapons are not welcome. Although we may be, by the letter of the law, legal to carry in BWW there could be a criminal trespass charge brought if a weapon is brought on premises.

      • There is a difference between serving alcohol in a restaurant and being a bar.

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      • In Michigan if the establishment has a sign that says “Bar & Grill” you can not legally carry inside. If the sign says “Grill and Bar”, it is legal to carry inside. I.e. if food is the primary sales goal for the establishment and advertised as such…you can legally carry.

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        • I’ve never heard of that ‘law’ Ray? And I truly hope the personal wording of an owner of an establishment is not what dictates that law.
          From what I’ve read on MSP website and their wording is that if the average person would assume the gross income comes from alcohol, you aren’t supposed to carry inside, unless open carry with a CPL (as in MI we are able to open carry if you have your CPL in ‘pistol-free zones’) or you have an unrestricted license.
          So going to your local pub would be probably not the best idea, unless you’re open carrying and not drinking; going to an applebees or style place would be perfectly fine both open and concealed, again, as long as you’re not drinking.

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  31. It’s very simple, my gun and my wallet are in the same pants so if my gun can not be there neither can my money.

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  32. Come to think if it, I don’t recall ever seeing a properly displayed sign at a BWW, and I live in Minnesota, the company’s base of operation.

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  33. People….read the laws, know your rights! The sign is displayed incorrectly for one, and it needs to be in spanish as well for two for three if its concealed how would they know? If the signage is is displayed incorrectly then it means nothing.period

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    • in IL it just needs to be a postcard size placard with a gun and the red ban circle.

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      • I ignore all guns banned signs. My weapon is out of sight and no one will ever know I have it unless I have to use it to save my life or someone else’s life. I don’t go to BWW because their wings suck.

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        • Bernadette Sweet

          This means that you still support their business.

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        • So, what you’re saying is you are not a law abiding gun owner. You feel that personal property rights of others can be ignored because your right to do whatever you want is more important. Nice.

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          • What law is she breaking?

          • The business owners at best have the right not to serve people who are carrying for sure. Proper posting eliminates most issues also, but make NO mistake, we that are properly licensed are breaking no laws and at best or worst will be asked to leave. No biggie, we leave.We are NOT debating their right to ask us to leave. BUT, I am challenging their right to label me as a “law breaker” as NO laws are broken. His sign does NOT take away my right to carry, or his feelings, or his opinions.

      • You must use big postcards – it has to be 4″ x 6″ in IL and properly placed (must be conspicuously visible – so those trying to place it in the lower corner of an entrance trying to be unobtrusive about it don’t have it placed correctly)

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  34. The Buffalo Wild Wings near us does not have a “conspicuous” sign posted as required in NC. If a manager says something I will politely take my business elsewhere.

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  35. For all you that think just because there is beer and booze and guns are bad,,,, I so happen to be a dd I drive them home there for no booze ,,responsible carriers won’t drink , don’t put everyone in the same category

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    • Exactly, you don’t blame the car when people drink and drive, why the gun? If liberals could they would ban all cars from being driven to a bar because they’re dangerous

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  36. Beer and sports and guns is a cocktail for disaster
    People fight over sports like its life or death.
    It’s a safety issue, stupid people leave your gun in your truck!!!

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    • please provide citation for the last time someone was shot at a sporting event. Now I know a woman used a car to run over opposing fans a few years back- so your for banning cars? Last weekend in chicago there were 37 shootings- one of those was a guy at a party who came out the his house shooting at a group of friends who parked there car nearby- a girl in the group was struck twice. One of the men was a concealed carry- shot the attacker, saved all of their lives. Same month as sandyhook a crzed depressed teen goes into a mall crowded with christmas shoppers. 10k shoppers to be exact. He shoots 3 then freaks when a concealed carrying individual pulls but does not shoot (too many innocents no clean shot). The kid freaks, goes into a stairwell- his primitive brain went from “I am GOD! to he is gonna kill me” he shot himself. That CCW saved dozens of people.

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  37. This is incorrect. The BWW restaurants in Tuscaloosa and Birmingham allow both open and concealed carry

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    • David,

      What is incorrect? The corporate policy is to ban firearms carry in all company-owned stores. Some franchise locations may allow carry. That should be clearly spelled out in our write-up of BWW. We even provided a quote from a company spokesman: “Beginning in 2009, our company-owned restaurants, along with some franchised locations, began asking guests not to bring guns into Buffalo Wild Wings.” If it is not clear please let us know how it may be improved.

      We make our decision to boycott a company based on the corporate policy, not on the policy of franchise locations. The fact that some franchises choose not to ban guns is encouraging. However, we believe that the company as a whole has chosen to takes sides against responsible gun owners and therefore Second Amendment Check will encourage gun owners to boycott them. Naturally, you are welcome to conduct your own research and come to your own conclusions about which companies deserve your business.

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