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Recommendation: Avoid Dollar Generals in the Toledo area

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I was at the local Dollar General today, which is the 5th or 6th time I've had my firearm with me in this store. When I went to pay, the lady at the register informed me in a very snide tone, that they had a sign, and I couldn't bring that in there. I said ok, and that I would look for the sign upon leaving and I won't bring it anymore (mostly because I won't be bringing myself there anymore).

She continued on very pissily about how they have a sign, and that they have a Class D Permit, because they sell liquor and beer (and at one point saying "I can't believe I have to deal with this"). I informed her that a Class D permit has no legal grounds to prevent me carrying. She went on for a little bit, and I told her I would look for the sign.

So I'm leaving after paying, and I stop to look for the sign. I'm looking for a conspicuous magic sign, and see nothing. She sees me looking and says that it's behind me. So I look behind me, again looking for a magic sign, until I spot it: It is a sign stating the establishment has a Class D license, for the dispensing of liquor, and that possession of a firearm MAY be a felony (the keyword here is dispensing, which they don't (and the fact the law states

"Licensed Class D liquor permit premises if you are consuming beer orintoxicating liquor or are under the inuence. If you are not consuming, you may carry unless there is a conspicuous sign prohibiting carry. Possession of a concealed firearm is allowed in a retail store with a D-6 or D-8 permit as long as the concealed carry licenseholder is not consuming liquor. Class D permits are generally issued to an establishment that sells alcohol for consumption on the premises.
In any event, do not consume beer or intoxicatingliquor before carrying a concealed handgun into a licensed premises."))
 

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I hear you Noel. I don't frequent that establishment nor will i in the future. I bet she'd be glad to see you there armed if some knot-head had a knife to her throat to rob her? How did she know you were carrying?
 
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I hear you Noel. I don't frequent that establishment nor will i in the future. I bet she'd be glad to see you there armed if some knot-head had a knife to her throat to rob her? How did she know you were carrying?
I OC. I don't have my CCW yet.
 

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I understand. Most of our liberal american friends naturally assume if you OC your a nut or a criminal. They just believe everything our "super-leftist media" tells them. Alot of these folks need to spend a few weeks in the Youngstown area with murders, robberys, car jackings and home invasions a common occurance. One needs to be armed!!!!