BTW, if your hatred behind Washington CPS was regarding that homebirthed breastfed case - it was pretty well debunked and the parents acknowledge they had multiple issues.
well I'll do OKBR for you.
First...no harm is done, the business owner does not know. Concealed means concealed. Shirt and shoes have public health foundations and are obvious. lf a business does post no guns I will happily take my business to their competitors if I can.
The objection is a moral one and I'm not interested in the business owner's morals. Or yes, I may be. I no longer shop at Hobby Lobby. I do not patronize businesses where *I am aware of their moral views on an issue and I find it objectionable.* However they do not know any of my other views and I'm not interested in their opinions on my views or morals. And I keep my gun to myself just like I keep my opinions to myself when conducting business.
Some businesses have insurance obligations that require they post no guns on their businesses and the business owner may not even support that viewpoint. And no harm is done to them as, again, it's concealed.
Last, that business is not obligated to protect me in anyway should there be a crime committed there that threatens my life. Their security guards, if they have them, are to protect the store's property, etc. They have no intention of protecting me....that is always my responsibility and mine alone.
I realize you may not agree but I hope you will consider my perspective.
An excellent female strategy is to not even complete the draw but to fire from inside the purse. However you have to practice the angles and with a semi-auto you are only likely to get one shot because the slide may foul.