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    So I went in there, Clean shaven, wearing a polo shirt and shorts, I was greeted politely and asked how long they’ve been there, one of the men said 3 weeks.
    I then look at the vast amount of hand guns they have in the case, received a few text on my I phone, and the guy comes over to me with some awkward body language and asks me if I was taking pictures in his store?
    I told him no said I was looking at a text, showed him my phone and looked away. He didn’t seem to believe me. So I left.
    He then followed me out to my car and I asked what he was doing. he said
    " I’m writing down your license plate" I said okay have a nice day ill be sure to tell my friends about you.
    He said" ill tell em about you too"
    So I asked him if he would like to look at the pictures on my phone(there was no way I was outta sight in time to delete anything if I had)
    He said sure. So them I muttered something to the effect of” Just like the government, I have to prove innocent until guilty" I showed him the pictures of my sandwich I took of today (ill post pix of the sandwich later) along with the past 10 pix. He said "Well I apologize" I said thank you and left.
    WHAT A D!c6



    Guess where I wont be shopping......

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    Is it illegal to take pictures of guns in gun stores???
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    Why would he care if you were taking pictures?
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    Rule 4: Doubletap: Carrying a gun is a great idea but it should never be your primary weapon. When you do end up using it for that last minute 'oh sh*t' moment remember to double tap. Its an emergency and that's why your using it and not your cricket bat so why skimp? One bullet more in the head will go a long way to ensuring your survival.

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    Maybe he thought you were trying to sell those pictures to underage kids......?
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    Well, he sounds like a nice guy. Guess I won't be visiting his store after all.
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    Maybe he thought you were taking pictures with intentions of coming back after hours. I would have reacted the same way you did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokefun
    Maybe he thought you were taking pictures with intentions of coming back after hours. I would have reacted the same way you did.
    Isn't that what insurance is for?
    -Brandon
    Rule 4: Doubletap: Carrying a gun is a great idea but it should never be your primary weapon. When you do end up using it for that last minute 'oh sh*t' moment remember to double tap. Its an emergency and that's why your using it and not your cricket bat so why skimp? One bullet more in the head will go a long way to ensuring your survival.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roachjuice View Post
    Isn't that what insurance is for?
    I suppose it is, but if I thought someone was going to help themselves to my property I would attempt to head it off instead of letting insurance handle it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokefun

    I suppose it is, but if I thought someone was going to help themselves to my property I would attempt to head it off instead of letting insurance handle it.
    I don't think I would have reacted the same way. I would have asked "is there something you would like to look at or can I help you with something?" especially someone looking like what he described what he looked like.
    -Brandon
    Rule 4: Doubletap: Carrying a gun is a great idea but it should never be your primary weapon. When you do end up using it for that last minute 'oh sh*t' moment remember to double tap. Its an emergency and that's why your using it and not your cricket bat so why skimp? One bullet more in the head will go a long way to ensuring your survival.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roachjuice View Post
    I don't think I would have reacted the same way. I would have asked "is there something you would like to look at or can I help you with something?" especially someone looking like what he described what he looked like.
    I meant I would have reacted the same way Shot reacted, as in I would have left the establishment. I think you must have read, or maybe I was not clear in my writing, that I was taking up for the store owner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokefun

    I meant I would have reacted the same way Shot reacted, as in I would have left the establishment. I think you must have read, or maybe I was not clear in my writing, that I was taking up for the store owner.
    Oh yea. Me too lol. Sorry. Yea I would have acted the same way. I would have just left.
    -Brandon
    Rule 4: Doubletap: Carrying a gun is a great idea but it should never be your primary weapon. When you do end up using it for that last minute 'oh sh*t' moment remember to double tap. Its an emergency and that's why your using it and not your cricket bat so why skimp? One bullet more in the head will go a long way to ensuring your survival.

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    Wow I will have to stay out of that establishment. I appreciate the update. I always like visiting local gun shops just to check out what they have or even to get a look at a firearm before making a purchase.

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    Where are the sandwich pictures????
    "I said I never had much need for a pistol,..never said I didn't know how to use one!"
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    That's why you should only go to JB Books Approved Gun Stores.

    I might drop by there with a few cameras and just go ape s**t taking pictures.

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    You should go back tomorrow and take pics. Make your first pic a pic of him.

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