Catch us live on BlogTalkRadio every



Tuesday & Thursday at 6pm P.S.T.




Tuesday, August 22, 2017

List of 53 gun-banning companies that don’t want your business

OFF THE WIRE
Many businesses across the country have begun banning guns on their property.

It is a free country after all. They are free to ask you to leave your gun at home, and you are free to take your business elsewhere.
Here’s a list of 53 businesses who would prefer to keep you unarmed.

https://www.facebook.com/burn.glr/posts/10212315640517713

Many of these businesses are large chains. While some local establishments may turn a blind eye, their corporate policy calls for a weapons ban. Target was one of the few to publicly announce that they would not actively enforce their own ban. In 2014 Target announced their decision to ban firearms as an attempt to placate gun reform groups like Moms Demand Action, but have refused to actually enforce the ban to prevent alienating their customer base. In public statement Target interim CEO John Mulligan wrote, “we will also respectfully request that guests not bring firearms to Target – even in communities where it is permitted by law.”
This list was established in 2014 by 2acheck.com, please share it with other responsible gun owners. The policies of these businesses are subject to change and may differ between states, particularly with  larger chains. If you know of any other businesses that should be added to this list, please leave a comment on Facebook.