So, I remember all the grief a certain poster gave one from Utah over casually concealing into an establishment that has an anti-gun policy but not in violation of gun laws.... It seemed to have gone on for months and many pages. And now someone whose logon was very active in that particular groups of exchanges posts this? Am I mis-remembering the name of the active participant from NC here? Curious, certainly curious!
Since you leaped, let's tell the commentary correctly shall we...
the Utah mate has signed a contract with Costco where he has acknowledged
their security policies of NO firearms OC\CC in their facilities. Acknowledged equates to agrees to those private organizational provisions to use their facilities.
The Utah mate not once, nor twice, but consistently stated he sloppily CCs
in their facilities cuz as it is a convenient to his personal benefit.
It is acknowledged during that past commentary that in Utah the gunbuster sign(s) do not have the weight of law.
let's see...NC statutes are clear on their placement of gunbuster in a conspicuously place at the entrance! NC statutes do not define conspicuously and do not carry the weight of law. trespass is worst judicial issue if the office manager wishes to pursue.
Sorry, Mr Sparky, you will find I have quietly stated over the years, without fanfare, that concealed is concealed but as I am not an attorney such commentary should be taken as gossip; additionally, it is presumed the individual reading my quiet comment is cognizant of THEIR statutes, coupled with the applicable judicial ramifications if they decide to listen to gossip.
Final, the main theme on that private property owner's rights thread you reference was the mate's consistently expressed rants and tirades in that commentary based and centered on his elitist mental sloppily CC was ok as he abrogates private property owner right to benefit his convenience.
Sorry, your post is nothing but an inference and is a out of the blue & blatant attempt to discredit this member's reputation... with a thought of why?