2xTony wrote:So whats black friday at cabelas like? They lower their prices to msrp? Lol
Maintenance Guy wrote:... I went to the desk to declare my OC weapon. I was asked what I wanted done with it. I explained that I was only OCing.Declare your weapon? Huh? Is it store policy to make you tell the "front desk greeters" that you're armed? If it was OC then they should have noticed.
Maintenance Guy wrote:If I was going to unholster it, I needed to come back to the front of the store to have it cleared. I just thought to myself that if I needed to unholster it, there wasn't going to be time to walk back to the front. I could pretty much "clear it" on my own.Why would you need to clear your OC gun in the store? And why would you let someone else do it? When I was there, the "greeters" told me to keep it holstered. I told them that I would do that, unless I needed to use it. They understood what I meant.
Maintenance Guy wrote:... until I went to register the weapon.Um, what?
Maintenance Guy wrote:I'm sorry I said that wrong. I did not register my weapon, I asked the Government permission to buy it and I really don't think that they clear their computers every evening before going home. Therefore it is IMO "registered" to me. Thats how they found out that the weapon used to shoot a Philadelphia LEO was bought in Texas and stolen in Georgia. Like I said, Just my opinion.Actually, some folks may recall that old woman down state that was denied a couple of years ago because the DSP looked through their records and noticed that she had never purchased a firearm before. And, we all know that it wouldn't make sense for them to NOT keep data records, right?