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Fundraiser to Support Delaware Open Carry!

We've come to that time of the year when our server lease and domain name registrations are coming up for renewal. In the past, many of you have expressed your generosity in the form of donations in order to keep the site running - I'm asking for your support again this year.

Please visit our donation information page for more details and, if you enjoy this site, if you've ever attended our gatherings or, if this community has brought you some knowledge or entertainment, please give what you can to keep us going.

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 Post subject: How to Post Here
PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:19 am 
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Location: Bear, Delaware
When you happen to communicate with the various stores, malls, shopping centers, towns, cities... whatever, and you receive their official policies regarding firearms, please post your communications here.

Make the "Subject" the chain name of the store. If the store is not a chain, post a quick description of where it is, e.g. "Charlies: Route 40 in Bear."

If your communication was an email, please post the communication in its entirety. If possible, please post the headers as well. Leaving the contact information of the person with whom your communicating is preferred so if this letter is used, that person can be contacted by a representative of the store.

If you have a PDF or Word file, send it to me and I'll host it on the website and we can link to it.

Delaware Open Carry, Founder
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 Post subject: Re: How to Post Here
PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:50 am 
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In addition, if you could indicate in the subject line if the place in question is pro-OC (or pro-2nd Amendment) by putting "(Pro)" OR if the place is basically anti-gun by putting "(Anti)" in the subject line, that would be helpful. That way, someone doesn't have to actually read through the post to find out.

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Delaware Open Carry

"You have to be prepared to do the violence in order to survive the violence."


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