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Re: “The battle for open carry reaches a Searcy Walmart

one thing they are failing to mention is that the ASP officer was out of Troop D from Forest City, and had no business being in Searcy in uniform the second time. They also say that he escorted Drew Tanner from the store the second time, which they didn't on either time. Drew was not carrying when he went up there with the Email from Corporate, and was stopped by the ASP officer who was waiting at the front door for him to show up. Wal-Mart has repeatedly stated that they allow carrying in their stores, it is just a few fringe managers that seem to have a problem with it, mostly because they do not know the laws, or are unfamiliar with corporate policy. ACT 746 clearly states that it is only illegal to carry a firearm if you have intent to use the firearm in an unlawful manner against a person. Dustin McDaniel's opinion is just that, and opinion. Not a law.

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Posted by Christopher Lynn Comer on 12/13/2014 at 7:30 AM


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