Target doesn't allow weapons in their stores.The beginning of a trend?
Do they say how they intend to stop carrying of concealed weapons in their stores? Metal detectors around the door frames, supplemented by (armed) in store security to enforce the ban?
Do you suppose this policy might change when they see stopped, (gun checked), customers just shrugging and leaving for other stores?
I would say there is a high priority of it. Particularly on guns not readily visible - guns they can claim they didn't see even if someone else does catch a glimpse. They'll still probably turn away somebody with a 50 cal slung over their shoulder, though
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