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Re: Walmart

Postby Ruminus » Tue 31 Jul 2012 10:58 pm

LocknLoadGunsGear wrote: KEEP CARRYING MY FRIENDS, WEST JORDAN WALMART LOVES OC'ING STOP BY AND SEE ME LOL

When do you usually work and where would we find you?
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Re: Walmart

Postby Korben88 » Tue 31 Jul 2012 11:06 pm

Ruminus wrote:
LocknLoadGunsGear wrote: KEEP CARRYING MY FRIENDS, WEST JORDAN WALMART LOVES OC'ING STOP BY AND SEE ME LOL

When do you usually work and where would we find you?


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Re: Walmart

Postby glock fan » Wed 01 Aug 2012 12:07 am

Korben88 wrote:
Ruminus wrote:
LocknLoadGunsGear wrote: KEEP CARRYING MY FRIENDS, WEST JORDAN WALMART LOVES OC'ING STOP BY AND SEE ME LOL

When do you usually work and where would we find you?


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Make sure it's something heavy since he's gonna help you take it to your car. :ROFL:
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Re: Walmart

Postby LocknLoadGunsGear » Wed 01 Aug 2012 8:49 am

Ruminus wrote:
LocknLoadGunsGear wrote: KEEP CARRYING MY FRIENDS, WEST JORDAN WALMART LOVES OC'ING STOP BY AND SEE ME LOL

When do you usually work and where would we find you?
off today, running gun shop will be there tomorrow till next Wednesday anywhere from 9am to 10pm usually at the door on North side
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Re: Walmart

Postby LocknLoadGunsGear » Sun 19 Aug 2012 11:19 pm

If other Walmarts are giving you fits come to Jordan Landing Walmart we love it. I have been in several Walmarts throughout Utah and have never been questioned about me carrying. I guess if that day ever comes I will have to present my other license that overrides my concealed license that says I can legally carry open.
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Re: Walmart

Postby Ruminus » Sun 19 Aug 2012 11:24 pm

LocknLoadGunsGear wrote:If other Walmarts are giving you fits come to Jordan Landing Walmart we love it. I have been in several Walmarts throughout Utah and have never been questioned about me carrying. I guess if that day ever comes I will have to present my other license that overrides my concealed license that says I can legally carry open.


Ok, I'll bite, what other license would that be?
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Re: Walmart

Postby LocknLoadGunsGear » Sun 19 Aug 2012 11:47 pm

Ruminus wrote:
LocknLoadGunsGear wrote:If other Walmarts are giving you fits come to Jordan Landing Walmart we love it. I have been in several Walmarts throughout Utah and have never been questioned about me carrying. I guess if that day ever comes I will have to present my other license that overrides my concealed license that says I can legally carry open.


Ok, I'll bite, what other license would that be?
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Re: Walmart

Postby AlanM » Mon 20 Aug 2012 4:35 am

LocknLoadGunsGear wrote:As a Asset Protection Associate for Walmart and as owner of Lock N Load Guns & Gear LLC in Draper Utah I will tell you this, Walmart associates are not allowed to ask or say anything about a customer who walks in OCing. I am 100% for Open Carry or Concealed carry in any Walmart as most other associates are. If I could get by with it I would be carrying while at work too. Not a big fan of Walmarts policy AP-09 which basically means if you get a shoplifter, you help them carry it to the the car more or less. We are told that if assaulted we are to disengage, well that will be the day I get fired lol. Only working this job till Gun shop business is built up and I'm gone. KEEP CARRYING MY FRIENDS, WEST JORDAN WALMART LOVES OC'ING STOP BY AND SEE ME LOL


Is that a Utah thing or is it national, in states where OC is legal of course??
If it's national, could you, and will you, tell me the document/regulation identifier for that?
Possibly a pdf of the memo.
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Re: Walmart

Postby LocknLoadGunsGear » Mon 20 Aug 2012 9:42 am

AlanM wrote:
LocknLoadGunsGear wrote:As a Asset Protection Associate for Walmart and as owner of Lock N Load Guns & Gear LLC in Draper Utah I will tell you this, Walmart associates are not allowed to ask or say anything about a customer who walks in OCing. I am 100% for Open Carry or Concealed carry in any Walmart as most other associates are. If I could get by with it I would be carrying while at work too. Not a big fan of Walmarts policy AP-09 which basically means if you get a shoplifter, you help them carry it to the the car more or less. We are told that if assaulted we are to disengage, well that will be the day I get fired lol. Only working this job till Gun shop business is built up and I'm gone. KEEP CARRYING MY FRIENDS, WEST JORDAN WALMART LOVES OC'ING STOP BY AND SEE ME LOL


Is that a Utah thing or is it national, in states where OC is legal of course??
If it's national, could you, and will you, tell me the document/regulation identifier for that?
Possibly a pdf of the memo.
far as i know it's Walmart policy, we are very limited in what we are allowed to ask customers. If customers come in with dogs only question we can ask is if it is a Service Animal they say yes nothing more can be said. Half the time they lie to us and say it's service animal but nothing we can do.
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Re: Walmart

Postby LocknLoadGunsGear » Mon 20 Aug 2012 9:45 am

On average every person in the U.S. will spen $250,000 dollars at Walmart in a lifetime. Walmart doesn't want to do anything to upset that so we are told to overlook alot of things
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Re: Walmart

Postby Ruminus » Mon 20 Aug 2012 10:15 pm

LocknLoadGunsGear wrote:
Ruminus wrote:
LocknLoadGunsGear wrote:If other Walmarts are giving you fits come to Jordan Landing Walmart we love it. I have been in several Walmarts throughout Utah and have never been questioned about me carrying. I guess if that day ever comes I will have to present my other license that overrides my concealed license that says I can legally carry open.


Ok, I'll bite, what other license would that be?
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Ah, ok, that would do it. I thought you were going to go 2a or something along those lines, and was interested to see how you handled that.
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Re: Walmart

Postby DaKnife » Mon 20 Aug 2012 11:07 pm

far as i know it's Walmart policy, we are very limited in what we are allowed to ask customers. If customers come in with dogs only question we can ask is if it is a Service Animal they say yes nothing more can be said. Half the time they lie to us and say it's service animal but nothing we can do.
What? You don't believe me when I say the teacup poodle in my man-purse is my service animal? :lol3:


(Note: I have neither a man-purse nor a tea-cup poodle, I just had to ask the question.)
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Re: Walmart

Postby Ruminus » Mon 20 Aug 2012 11:10 pm

DaKnife wrote:
far as i know it's Walmart policy, we are very limited in what we are allowed to ask customers. If customers come in with dogs only question we can ask is if it is a Service Animal they say yes nothing more can be said. Half the time they lie to us and say it's service animal but nothing we can do.
What? You don't believe me when I say the teacup poodle in my man-purse is my service animal? :lol3:


(Note: I have neither a man-purse nor a tea-cup poodle, I just had to ask the question.)

Not that there's anything wrong with either, if you do. :lol2:

Hey, I know! If they do hassle me about OC, I'll just tell them my XD is named Horace, and he's a Croatian Lead-Spitzer, and yes, he's my service animal, so there.
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Re: Walmart

Postby DaKnife » Tue 21 Aug 2012 12:51 am

:spit:
SPOOOOOOON!!!

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Re: Walmart

Postby gravedancer » Tue 21 Aug 2012 7:01 am

DaKnife wrote:
far as i know it's Walmart policy, we are very limited in what we are allowed to ask customers. If customers come in with dogs only question we can ask is if it is a Service Animal they say yes nothing more can be said. Half the time they lie to us and say it's service animal but nothing we can do.
What? You don't believe me when I say the teacup poodle in my man-purse is my service animal? :lol3:


(Note: I have neither a man-purse nor a tea-cup poodle, I just had to ask the question.)



My Fiance has a purse dog, which actually IS a service animal. She has a letter from her therapist saying that having the dog around is a necessary part of her therapy :)
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