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The Second Amendment Check Boycott List

All companies we boycott have received a 2ACheck rating of “F” for their lack of respect for the rights of gun owners.  Your experience with some of these companies will vary based on location, however, the boycott is based on the corporate policy toward responsible gun owners.

We believe guns in the hands of good people make everyone safer.  We encourage freedom loving Americans to boycott anti-gun companies until they improve their policy.  Please share this page.

We also strongly recommend everyone know the firearms laws applicable in their own state, and states they travel through.  We recommend something like the Traveler’s Guide to Firearms Laws.

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 Boycott List 2014.09.22

We are attempting to provide detailed rationale for the entries on this list.  Some, but not all have been provided.  We are working to get the rest updated ASAP.  Click on the name of a company below to learn valuable information about the company, its policy and other brands under the same corporate umbrella.

We provide you with contact information for every company on the list. We encourage you to contact them for the following reasons:

1) Verify for yourself that we have accurately described their behavior

2) Inform the company that they have lost your business

3) Encourage them to change their policy to be more respectful of the rights of gun owners if they want to earn your business.  Our long-term goal should be to try to influence them to respect our rights.  Never be rude.  Always be polite.

 

  1. A & P
  2. AMC Theatres
  3. BB&T Bank
  4. Bloomin’ Brands (Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba’s Italian Grill and others)
  5. Brinker International (Chili’s and Maggiano’s)
  6. Buffalo Wild Wings
  7. California Pizza Kitchen
  8. Carmike Cinemas
  9. CBL & Associates Properties (Shopping Malls)
  10. CBS
  11. Chuck E. Cheese’s
  12. Cinemark Theatres
  13. CNN/Time Warner
  14. Comcast/NBC Universal
  15. Costco
  16. Forest City Enterprises (Shopping Malls)
  17. General Growth Properties (Shopping Malls)
  18. Goodyear
  19. Groupon
  20. hhgregg
  21. Hooters
  22. Howard Hughes Corporation (Shopping Malls)
  23. IKEA
  24. Jack in the Box / Qdoba Mexican Grill
  25. Jo-Ann Stores
  26. Macerich (Shopping Malls)
  27. Modell’s Sporting Goods
  28. Paragon Theaters
  29. Peet’s Coffee and Tea
  30. Regal Cinemas
  31. Simon (Shopping Malls)
  32. Southern Theatres
  33. Sprouts Farmers Market
  34. Square
  35. Sterling Jewelers (Kay, Jared, Shaw & others)
  36. T.G.I. Friday’s (and all Carlson Companies)
  37. The New York Times Company
  38. Toy’s R Us / Babies R Us
  39. US Bank
  40. Value City Furniture
  41. Waffle House
  42. Walgreens
  43. Whole Foods Market

2,018 Comments

  1. Charles Hudson

    I was at T Mobile here in Albuqerque and was told thatI can not buy a phone and I must leave because I had a sidearm. Been with them for a few years and that is ending as soon as I find a new provider.

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  2. The shooter in DC was stopped by security detail that used ______. Do you think anything else could have before he unloaded all he had?

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  3. I don’t think the comments of the person in Washington State are idiotic and irrelevant. It doesn’t help to call people names who are weighing in with a respectful opinion.

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  4. To be a responsible consealed permit holder will obey the law however these aren’t ‘t laws just company request or positions.I understand and believe we as consealed weapon permit holder need to use don’t know don’t show policy.If for whatever reason want to do business at any of these places do so but don’t show they don’t know everybody happy.If something was to happen and you stopped it or prevents loss of life or harm to anyone you think you would be in trouble not hardly.I would be courteous enough if ask to leave because my weapon was accidentally exposed in the name of us the concealed permit holders.I’m not upset with these people for not wanting to carry as law abiding citizen I feel sorry for them.They are ignorant uneducated in the area of today society.They can’t help it.As time goes on more robberies and shootings, Lord fordid killings at some point when they see law abiding citizens aiding in prevention they may get a little wisdom and change there policy.

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  5. What difference does it make if I have 5 30 round magazines or 15 10 round magazines. your point is silly and moot. People that want to do harm to you will, those that don’t won’t. If they can’t get a gun, then they will use a knife, a car, a rock ETC. I have numerous 30 round and a few 40 round magazines, all filled and ready to go, to the range. They make larger capacity but there to heavy. I do not like to wast my time out there reloading. I have no intention to harm anyone. I enjoy shooting, and hate golf. I live in Las Vegas and we have a multi million dollar range here, with a fabulous restaurant. Makes for an enjoyable day, Just as some people like to spend time on a golf corse. Question, how many people have been killed by a nine iron?

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  6. ICarry allthetime

    I go to Costco all the time and I do not see it posted at the doors. If it is not allowed in the state of Illinois and must be posted on the doors.

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  7. I don’t know where your getting your stats. from but no 90% of Americans do not want more Gun control! Most want less restrictions, and more enforcement of the laws already on the books. Look at Chicago highest and most restrictive gun laws in the Country, and the highest murder rate in the country! The laws there are not enforced, and gangs are running rampart……….

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    • We cant increase our restrictions, Of course people will still get guns but if you look at the stats most people that do the killings are mentally ill, or are either in gangs . The rate of mass shootings is increasing year by year. This is something that needs to be addressed. We need better background checks and should ban certain guns. we should only limit it to hunting and “protection”.

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  8. Concealed carry is a privilege really? I did not see that limit in the Constitution

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    • You might want to check a little thing called the Bill of Rights. The 2nd Amendment is my permit.

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      • The second amendment was meant for the civil war so that the citizens could have guns to protect themselves from the govt. Its an outdated amendment that should get some revising. If you dont know when the civil war was, it happened from 1861-1865 and idk about you but this amendment is over 150 years old. It is outdated and we need to look at it more stringently.

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  9. Yes my state (Nevada) is also a state where you can open carry without a license. To carry concealed you need a permit. To get the permit you need to attend 8 Hrs. of class and qualify in a shooting range so you know your firearm. The people that open carry and carry with a permit Concealed, are very low on crime sats.

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  10. Sorry to see this happening again. Isn’t the point here to have some discussion, legitimate and intelligent discussion?

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  11. Where do these delusional people come from and where do they get the ideas that republicans are the party of doom and gloom. The republicans have done more to help people and the economy than the dems. have done. If the democratic party was elected (Hillary) the constitution would has been disabled and tossed aside starting with the second, then the first and so on. By the end of four years with Hillary half the country would be in concentration camps. This was started with the muslim potus elected eight years ago. The two party system has been a change of power every eight years forever, check history!
    I hope Trump follows through on all of his campaign promises! Then this country will be great again….

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  12. I feel of it is a public gathering place, which includes shopping areas, you shouldn’t be restricted on your rights. You can add Tmobile to your list BTW.

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    • What did T-Mobile do? I’ve not heard of them doing anything.
      BTW…what you saw may have been an independent retailer, rather than an actual T-Mobile store.

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  13. Pierre (not Wayne La)

    NRA – thanks so much for this list of where I SHOULD shop. These companies are not anti-gun – just rational as to what one should have and that doesn’t mean an arsenal with assault weapons. I miss the old NRA or the 50′s and 60′s that wasn’t an organization of the lunatic fringe.

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    • You sure seem to be a complete moron. No-one is going shopping in these stores with “a complete arsenal” as you put it. Supports of 2A are mainly family members who want to exercise the right to carry a self defense handgun on their person and we choose not to shop or spend our money in these “Target Rich Environments” which is all that they are to criminals. Guarantee you’ll be one of the first to cry and piss yourself when shit hits the fan in one of these places by a criminal and there is no-one there to save you from it by stopping the armed criminal with a well trained and well placed 2 to the chest and 1 to the head.

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  14. Oh, thanks! I will make a point of shopping at these stores, where I can be safe from gun-obsessed cowards.

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    • Yeah…feel safe since carjackers, burglars and robbers leave their guns at home in these stores too. Oh wait, they know that no one will have a gun to defend themselves, why would they go in there anyway…dumbass…

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  15. What about Levi’s? This list seems a bit dated

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  16. The store has the right to refuse service and request you to leave if you violate there policy. The public has the same right not to patronize that store with the sign or anti gun policy…

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  17. How do we get a store added. Target sports a gun store in Sheridan indiana, will not allow you to carry loaded firearms. I even asked if they could change policy and sign to say keep loaded weapons in holster. Response was they are armed and ready to protect its customers, we don’t need armed

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  18. The image says as of 2014, shouldn’t it be updated?

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  19. thanks for the list. i will be sure to patronize these gun-free businesses!!!!!!

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    • It’s your choice. Now go away.

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    • thanks for the list. i will be sure to patronize these gun-free businesses!!!!!!

      and if you are unfortunate enough to find yourself in one of those ‘gun-free’ business’ and someone intending harm enters and commences in doing so please remember, while your hiding and crying and fumbling with your smartphone, 911 calls are responded to by men and women with…wait for it…guns. Maybe a call to your local SJW’s-R-Us will result in a safe non-gun rescue…Crayons anyone? Who doesn’t know that a criminal engaged in a violent act is immediately stopped by a good coloring session, right? Hmmm….I wonder why more police depts don’t issue crayons…..

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      • Your point has merit and I agree even though the situation you describe seems unlikely. That is if you are describing a mass shooting occuring in a store or place of business. Also most people would probably be able to escape given the attacker doesn’t have a 100 round clip or destructive device. Have you considered how many robbery criminals might be provoked to shoot if they saw someone trying to draw back on them? There is hardly a predictable outcome when it comes to regular citizens involved in a gunfight. My real point about this topic though is that hoping for a boycott on these places to change anything is probably pointless. If an establishment is not willing to enforce their “no gun” policy then I would say that is the real valid argument against them. Pressure your representatives to make them pay for your safety and have an armed guard present and metal detectors. They won’t want to pay for that. Maybe accepting more comprehensive gun control will persuade law makers to claim “no gun” businesses are unconstituional. Consider for example if we only allow people to carry inside stores who have passed specific training and mental evaluations. Remember that the argument of both sides of this issue is one of public safety. We need guns but in the right hands.

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        • 'Merican Redneck

          No such thing as a “100 round clip”. Now there are the common 50round drum magazines and less seen 100round drum magazine. Do you even have a concept of how bulky and heavy one of those is? You’re not just sneaking it into a business.

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          • 'Merican Redneck

            and even if you do, it just takes one CCW holder with a concealed pistol and 2-3 Well aimed shots to make it all go away. Might be provoked to shoot? Are you on drugs? Speaking of drugs 90% of criminals committing a gun crime are on drugs typically meth, crack, heroine, or PCP. Obviously you understand how those narcotics affect the reasoning process you talk like a ‘Double low fat mocha whipped with triple foam and caramel on top’ kind of stupid. You snowflakes are impossible to argue with because you truly know nothing but are certain you have ALL the answers. Oh and I’m what you hate.. an Irish descended, gun toting, Southern Republican redneck.

          • Thank you for your technical clarification but does it really matter what shape it comes in? Does the weapons weight make it any less destructive? Also the element of surprise is probably not needed if you have that kind of capacity. Even so I am pretty sure someone could put a “DRUM MAGAZINE” in a duffle bag or backpack and head to the mall and put it all together in the bathroom. Better yet just mount it on your truck and drive around town. Regardless of wether you are carrying it around or you have it at home the point is that no one needs such a large ammo capacity. The 2nd Amendment does not imply unlimited destructive power in our right to bare arms. So unfortunately we have to be prepared to enter into a debate about what is reasonable for a private citizen to own and/or carry.

          • So you agree that people that carry should have a permit to carry? I think this is reasonable if not required training as well so you can be effective and not make situations worse. I own several guns as well as a CPL. Don’t assume that just because I think we have responsibilities and should have reasonable limits that I am a snowflake or not republican. If you can’t make your point without insulting someone it just makes YOU look ignorant… and who cares if you are Irish? Also your arguments are by no means conclusive. A person influenced by drugs, having a mental illness or criminal background has easy access to very destructive weapons. In my state you can transfer firearms without a background check to the following: spouses, domestic partners, parents, children, siblings, grandparents, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, first cousins, aunts, and uncles. Now any of those people could be a drug using criminal with mental illness who can then freely open carry that gun as well. In case you go there, saying we don’t need better gun laws because criminals don’t follow the law is not a valid defense. That would mean we don’t need any laws at all because criminals are just going to break them.

  20. If I see signage I avoid doing business there if possible.

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  21. I see your point about Chuckie Cheese, but what about Cici’s Pizza?

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  22. Boycott the stores LMFAO! I have never once needed a gun in public but maybe some of you like to put yourselves in bad situations or just fell like you need to carry one, so be it. Just remember though that it’s the stores right to refuse service and you are entering on their terms because it is private property. I mean come on, Chuck E Cheese + guns? Are we really still using the safety argument? I might feel safer if the people that carried actually had to get a certification. Ideal case everyone carries: one guy starts shooting then every cowboy pulls out their guns and then you can’t tell jihad from jackass. The way the laws are now any asshole out there can strap a gun to his waist without even knowing how to use it or how they would react in the unlikely event they need it. It is harder to get a drivers license than a gun in this country. Now there may be many of you that do know how to handle a gun but it won’t matter if you get shot by the guy that doesn’t. The 2nd amendment is not going anywhere and its time to get smarter about gun control.

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    • Christopher Easterling

      I don’t about where you live, but in order to obtain my license to carry, I had complete a class demonstrating safety and proficiency with my firearm.

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      • That is good to hear. I live in Washington State. Sadly no training is required even when I got my CPL. You might even consider this a liberal state but we can even open carry without a license. So technically I could have been given a gun from a family member and carry it around freely without even a background check. However most places in Washington there is not much need to carry a gun. I have never been in a situation that would have ever required one. I feel like I am more likely to be struck by lightning then shot by an active shooter. However I realize this is not the case for everyone. Some areas are worse and people should be able to protect themselves but they pose a greater danger to themselves and others if they are untrained.

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          • Good question Jaye, while you can open carry in WA you still need a CPL to conceal carry or have it loaded while stored in your automobile. Also personally I don’t like to advertise that I have a gun in public or bring any unneeded attention to myself. You can’t deny that a criminal would be able to target you first or blindside you and steal your exposed weapon. I believe conceal carry is the safest way to carry but that is just my opinion and another reason I got my CPL.

        • You’re an idiot. I live in Washington State and believe whole heartedly in the right to keep and bear arms. Self defense is self defense and being prepared to defend ones self does not depend on the level of crime or one person’s perception of why fire arm possessing is even needed. Look at the Pulse night club. The probably believed as you do and now there are 49 people dead because they couldn’t defend themselves. The right to defend ones self is paramount as well as being prepared. If your state allows you to carry and you are willing to do so then prepare to defend yourself by being armed. Violence happens anywhere at anytime. And you cannot base the dangers of owning a firearm on lack of paid traiNing. You wouldn’the believe how many “untrained” gun owners are out there who probably know more than you do about firearms. Mainly because a large amount of them grew up around guns with responsible parents who taught them gun Safety. You don’t need a $350 card to tell everyone you’re a trained professional, just common sense, a good relationship with firearms and a lot if practice. I never took training for my firearms. I trained myself, I studied the laws and am just as proficient as those who paid for training.
          Everyone has an opinion on a subject and thats their right, won’t deny it, but some people’s opinions are just flat out idiotic and irrelevant.

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          • You can defend yourself with other devices besides guns. I don’t think its idiotic that just because you, your friends and yes even I grew up around guns implies that no one else needs training to be able to handle one correctly. You need a driver’s license to prove you know what you are doing on public roads so why not be able to prove you know how to handle and operate a firearm if you are going to carry it around in public? Don’t assume just because someone is able to get a gun that they know how to use it. I find it disturbing that you wouldn’t want people to be educated about firearms, especially the ones that choose to carry. Unfortunately if you don’t require gun education then it probably won’t happen and the likelihood of misinformation will increase. Also your second amendment right is not without limits. So if you want to be able to have an intelligent conversation about the various laws pertaining to gun ownership you should probably try to refrain from insulting anyone with a slightley different opinion than your own. I never said one’s ability to carry a gun should be based on the crime level in their area. I said that I personally never felt the need to carry one on me because the chances are so astronomically slim that I would ever need to use it. Having one safely stored at home and in my car is enough for my piece of mind. Which is really what you are talking about, your need to feel safe, which you never truly will be. As rude and narrow minded as you are being you are not the gun owner I am worried about. It’s the person that acquired a gun but shouldn’t have been able to get one or the one that carries a gun around with no clue how to use or secure it. At a minimum we still have loop holes and inconsistencies in our background checking systems. They should be addressed. This is reasonable and in no way affects your ability to own or carry.

    • There was a shooting here in Philly at a Chuck E Cheeses not too long ago. The problem is everywhere. I totally agree with every business having the right to refuse business for any reason but I don’t think it’s smart for the business (concerning It’s employees and customers) to make it nationally known there are no guns in any stores. The criminals know where to go then. I carry my gun everywhere I go unless I’m asked to leave because of it.

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      • Chuck E Cheese is the most dangerous chain in the country to eat at. Period.

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      • Haha, employees?? No one gives a damn about employees…

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      • It is my opinion that responsible trained gun owners like yourself should be allowed to carry anywhere. It’s the masses of untrained irresponsible individuals allowed to carry that worries me. If every parent in that Chuck E Cheese had a gun it would probably not have made the situation safer but probably so if a trained few were there to respond. The question to ask though is where did the shooter get his gun? He may have gotten it illegally but not having laws because criminals will break them is about the most ridiculous argument one can make.

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    • It should be harder to get a drivers license. Cars kill far more people and there are far more accidents where people and property are injured involving cars. Also driving is a privilage owning a gun is a civil right. It’s the principal that any company that wants to restrict your civil rights is not a company I want my money in.

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      • Republicans are the biggest cause of death in the United States. Guns have killed more than any terrorists or wars in our country. Republican policies cause death to women and children and will soon be causing the death of the seniors, the disabled, VETERANS, children, etc. Once they strip everyone of their health care and Social Security, you won’t have your insatiable “need” to pull the trigger. Republicans have other plans on how to cause suffering and death. By the way, there’s laws on the books and in the Bible against killing … and that’s the only thing guns are made for. I’m sure that doesn’t matter to KKKristians.

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      • Cars probably kill more people because way more people “use” cars everyday. The issue is how easy it is to kill many people with firearms vs other possible weaponizable objects such as knives or automobiles. My comparison with a drivers license it that you need to practice to use a car safely and the same is true for a gun even though no training is required to carry in many states. Guns are made to provide lethal force in a compact form. Cars are made for transportation. So comparing the two equally as weapons is highly speculative. I can’t kill a man at 100 yards sitting in my car. Driving is a privilege I agree but so is conceal carry. We should discuss these issues and constantly challenge them. It was estimated that about 90% of Americans have agreed that more strict gun control should be implemented to prevent things like people with mental health issues or possible terrorists from acquiring guns. Also closing the loopholes in the federal background checks should be something everyone agrees on. Maybe these loopholes are why these companies are nervious about allowing guns. A boycott is not going to solve the problem. Trying to help you guys out here.

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    • I don’t know what cupcake land you come from, but here in Texas we have some of the most strict gun laws of any state. And you are REQUIRED to be licsense to carry a handgun.

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      • We only need a license to conceal carry in my state. Open carry is legal. Cupcake huh? So you insult me but you still want to put a gun in my hand and let me take it everywhere? Do you feel safer with a bunch of untrained people running around with guns? What may have worked in the 1800′s may not be as relevant today. I think almost everyone should be able to own a gun but only the ones who really learn to use them should be able to take them everywhere. Why is that not a reasonable viewpoint?

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    • Stores right to refuse service. Right, unless it goes against left views.

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      • Yes but I’m a republican. I just happen to disagree with how guns are dealt with in this country and how much control the NRA has over lobbyists despite the fact that most gun owners are not members of the NRA. Compare other countries like Canada and England with stricter laws and how many deadly shootings they have. There is a cause and effect that you cannot ignore but that does not mean we need to limit our constitutional rights in any way.

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    • I see you have never tried to buy a firearm. Every time I do the store calls the FBI. Not easy to get one. As an American, law abiding citizen, we are all allowed to carry a firearm. The U. S. Constitution affirms our liberty to do so. Read it. All of it. You must accept all of it. I don’t amonish you for your right to vote or worship as you please. It’s your right. I agree with you. The stores have the right to ask us to not bring guns into there stores as I have the right to boycott them. We live in the United States of America so recognize my liberties and I’ll do the same for you. I didn’t serve our country and watch guys die for anyone to degrade the Constitution and America.

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      • I own several firearms. I just don’t demand that I need to take them everywhere I go. It was also very easy for me to get them in my state. I had to wait less than a week. That aside there are loopholes in the system that you cant deny. Just because your experience is different does not mean a problem does not exist. You also assume I don’t support 2nd amendment rights which is false but it’s not an amendment right to Conceal Carry. Each state however seems to have different views. I appreciate the armed services but that does not mean you are always right. You also served at the expense of the tax payer and for my freedom of speech. Try to remember that.

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  23. 1. There is Regular Gun Dealers Retailers Count is around near of:(53,000).,Around) Total. The Pawn Shop & Gun Dealers total is around near count is 8000. the total count is 61,000 F.F.L.s holder”s too! P.S They are still going down a lot. too! 10/23/2016 A.D.!

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  24. Is there a newer more up to date list of those that we should boycott?

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  25. Thank You, it was becoming a little much!

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  26. Yes is there a moderator on here to stop this crap. I’m sick of the bantering of these two.
    For the last few days I have been besieged with e-mail notifications from this site, all about the same thing, nothing! It’s just piss and moan about each other. This site is designed to have comments about the second amendment. Lets get back to that topic.If not I will cancel my subscription, I know several others have the same thoughts!

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    • We posted a gentle warning a couple of days ago and our request to keep the discussion civil was not honored. Kyew is going to be taking some time off now…

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  27. Is there anyone on here who is an admin or moderator? The veiled threat from this guy is pretty clear. I’ve been on the net forever and have never seen a situation like this. Can someone please step in and tell this guiy that he is putting me at risk? I should be able to be a member of a group for as long as I’ve neen here without having to deal with something like this. I don’t want to be rude but I also don’t intend to be bullied. In person, this guy is surely milk toast but gets his jollies insulting everyone here. Now he’s talking about my address????? Come on.

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  28. Congratulations for throwing my name up on a website. Brilliance. Dude, I’m an IT Consultamt. Unless you have no brain you know women don’t throw their names out on the internet. You’re an idiiot. I’ve already had issues thanks to your b.s. so now I’m not so worried about manners. If you persist in harrassing me it will be a problem. Let this serve as a knock it off – we aren’t playing here. Admin please, take note.

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  29. I am so excited you finally understand. I don’t think I made a post that I didn’t repeat it in. Now, the fact that you thought I was the other lady makes you kind of…not so great, but to each his own. We can all agree to disagree even heatedly without being total jerks. Again, calling people names which seems to be your m.o. doesn’t help the case and makes one look ignorant. That’s all I ever said. You can now rest easy and know this person is exactly who she said she was. All the rest of the b.s. came from your head. i’m sure everyone else figured it out the first time you asked why my name was different and I explained. It is obvious anyway.I didn’t change to my handle. Yet for days you obsessed on it, insulted me, etc while I am simply stating a one sentence opinion on the group page. Frankly, I couldn’t figure out other than for attention why you were acting this way.

    Was it worth it? For me, no. It was annoying. For you probably enjoyable. That is where we differ. I’m okay with that.though. We call it manners where I’m from. And I still like this group.

    Btw, all your dates posted where you finally come up with some reason that you’re bothering me are dated from yesterday and the day before, check date and time. I think that says it all.

    I don’t see an apology like you promised, nor do I want one. Have a nice life.

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  30. Kyew if you know how to scroll, etc. you will see that you did it to him twice. Now, again ssslllooowwwllyy…scroll to your first comment to Manx where you freak out because you think I’m hiding under some new name. Underneath and above that where your convo matches with Manx’s clearly with no interruption is the comment about the guy that I was talking to who go so ugly with the lady. My name is clearly there where I forgot to go and fix it before posting. You interjected yourself like you’re accusing this other person of. Also, if that was really what your objective was then you would have indicated that a million messages back. You never said you didn’t know my name. You clearly stated I was now going under another name which I explained to you. Over and over and over. Your attention span couldn’t possibly be that short nor could your memory be that bad. What I am becoming curious about is why you can’t see it. So, it’s pretty obvious who is pretending here. Good day.

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  31. Scroll and look. I’m not doing anything for you. I’ve been a member here for quite a while. BTW you just insulted another member with your previous comment. I didn’t post it but you are so b worked up you insulted someone else. They are asking us to both knock it off and rightfully so but you’ve posted twice since. You know what my name is and my handle. So does the group owner and anyone following this stupidity.. I’ve had correspondence with the group owner privately in tbe past. I didn’t pretend to just come on here looking for a CHL. I am a member here and after making my post on the name calling you got into some sort of problem with me. Still don’t know why. I am trying to respect the group. You aren’t.

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  32. Both of you get some help! Better yet exchange e-mail addresses so the sane people on this site can take a break from your childish banting……

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  33. I have addressed this repeatedly. What is it? Can you not read? Are you not seeing my response? One is my given name. The other my handle. Do you not know what auto fill is? Geez, get some help.you have quite an imagination. If you were a family member I’d be calling a doctor.Now troll as you like to refer to people, get lost. I’m busy. I like this group. It’s beneficial and I’m not leaving nor am I planning to let you think it’s okay to be an ass. It’s not. I’m sure you’ll continue and I will continue to remind you. Being civil is good. Ask the moderator.

    Now anyone on here teaching the CHL class in the Austin area? It only took 500 messages from this guy above to get to where I wanted to be. Lol. Anyway I need price and vicinity, south, north etc.

    Thanks so much.

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  34. Kyew, I’m tired of your banting and bashing, your comments are boring and childish!

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  35. Apparently you can’t ‘read. I have already explained to you that auto-fill on chrome put my name on here instead of me taking a moment to fix it and type Manx over it as you have to. So what? Do you assume the world is flat too? Most people that exhibit this bullying type of behavior, do so because it makes them feel powerful. I think it makes them small. Just my opinion. I looked back and there are two other instances since I purchased the new tablet where I forgot to remove name and replace with Manx. It also auto-fills your email which is nice and Manx, my habdle is only four letters to type. Nice. Why do you persist in such nonsense as pretending this has some nefarious meaning? I don’t see any apology that you swore you’d give, didn’t expect it and don’t care either. If I were trying to pose as someone else as you conclude, why would I be carrying on the same conversation addressing your previous questions to me? Your assertions don’t make any sense. Breathe, think. That’s why I said you are really paranoid. Not calling you by your handle? Why would I be so polite to someone who, for no reason at all, on a group I belong to keep attacking me and calling me names? You have never explained what your beef is. I didn’t claim to be buying some things at the store. I was buying some supplies and I found it ironic that you managed to once again be unable to control yourself at the vety moment I am exercising my right to do what I want and buy some ammunition for the new gun that I purchased. The second in the last few months. The waiting period btw was abiut ten minutes both times. The one before that was from a private party and there was no check. What is my point? You have some sort of problem. It is evident by the fact that you are filled with suspicion and are quite rude. Again, there is nothing here for you to be so freaked out about. I’m a member and even Steve B. pointed out calling people names is pointless. That’s all I ‘m stating. If you don’t like it, so what? Get over it. I will remain polite and friendly to.the other members as they are to me. That’s simply how I am. If someone is acting out toward me I may take the time to call them out. I can be nasty if mecessary but it itsn’t worth my time to be ugly unless you persist in carrying out this attention seeking charade and continue to make a spectacle of yourself trying to insist you’re the all-knowing kyew.. As you saw the group moderator asked we be civil as free speech is important and they respect that, as do I. You are not the only person who exists and you need to understand that your constant eruptions and insults don’t help anybody to understand anything, because in fact you have no intention of explaining anything other than showing poor decision making and inappropriate behavior. That, however, is your choice. Keep at it if you like. If you don’t get it that I found the guy who cslled the lady a cu#$ also a bitch and wished she was married to an abusive man iignorant than you need more help than I thought. I wasn’t being ugly just truthful and it is honest. Just because some disagrees even heatedly you csn still talk to them without being a total jerk. It’s hardly moral high ground. I am a moderator, admin and spotter on many groups. We try to maintain some sense of civility when at all possible. I try to do the same as a member. Can’t you? I see Chrome now understands my handle here, I don’t have to type over my name. That should help you sleep better.

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  36. We enjoy free speech as much as you and almost never interfere with comments here. We ask in return that you keep it civil. Thanks.

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