Based on "non-gun" related critiques of the food, service, staff, and "ambiance", this minor incident is likely just one more nail in the coffin so to speak. It seems that a gun in that establishment is the very least of management's worries.
While the sign makes no rational sense, the owner does have the right to post it. Let's all rise above the situation. We shouldn't wish anything bad happen there because of the sign. Rather, those of you in the area should visit the competition (often.) One step at a time.
If one looks as RKBA as also a civil right, then no - he does not have the right to post that any more than saying "No Irish"
Based on the instruction given to me by my CCW instructor who is a retired US Marshall and helped write SC handgun laws and advises district attorneys on how to interpret those laws.
YOU CAN LEGALLY IGNORE HIS SIGN...
Yes you can, but why? Why would you want to enter a business that doesn't want you to be able to protect yourself? Why would you want to enter a business with a sign out front that says "Victim disarmament zone, criminals please enter here"? Why would you want to give your money to a business that does not respect your civil rights?Based on the instruction given to me by my CCW instructor who is a retired US Marshall and helped write SC handgun laws and advises district attorneys on how to interpret those laws.
YOU CAN LEGALLY IGNORE HIS SIGN
Blah, blah, blah, blah blah...
And Yelp is deleting them; probably the restaurant has someone reporting them, and the anti's are reporting the bad reviews. I got email notices for mine that they apparently did not conform to the TOS, were suspicious because of when they were posted, and I would not be allowed to post any more about that bar.Kopis said:People are loading that place up with reviews! (and mostly negative)