abrian8 wrote:Email received from Dejon Shelly "Just an FY, you may not want to send these out. The owner of the original message / posting that as sent out is now in legal trouble and is on the verg of having it concealed taken away..."
My email to them..."Dear Sir or Madam,
I legally carry a concealed firearm everyday and was disappointed to read of your policy not allowing lawfully carried firearms in your store. I am saddened by the lack of Second Amendment support that I would expect from a business that sells firearms.
Your name and address has been posted to a gun friendly website in Utah telling members of your policy. As a member and a strong 2A supporter I will not visit your store and will tell all of my friends and acquaintances of that fact.
I hope that you would reconsider your policy and respect our right of self protection anywhere and everywhere we go.
These are the emails EXACTLY as sent (minus my name here) and received. Polite, professional? Did I say something I should not have said?
Anyone want to help me with a response?
abrian8 wrote:Got a reply...
"I will turn this over to the detective working on this case. I am willing to give you the detectives name if you need."
Sounds like to me the threats are going to keep coming.
I will let you know if I hear from any "detective".
Blackout wrote:All, I can say is "wow". Maybe you should ask for the detective's name and case number and see if there is any validity to an investigation.
divegeek wrote:Blackout wrote:All, I can say is "wow". Maybe you should ask for the detective's name and case number and see if there is any validity to an investigation.
I would absolutely ask for this information. In fact, I think I may send an e-mail just to provoke a reply so I can ask.
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