By Bob Owens
I respect the right of private businesses to determine whether or not they want to have customers carry firearms on their premises. A sign posted on the door of an establishment telling me that they don’t want my firearm inside their establishment lets me know that they don’t want my business, or the business of more than 100 million other Americans.
Where I get irritated is when companies try to play cute, as Cracker Barrel has, with a hidden anti-gun policy that only came to light as they publicly humiliated a man in Dalton, Georgia, who had a revolver on his hip.
Cracker Barrel, welcome to my NFE* list.
A Dalton man says he was asked to leave a Cracker Barrel restaurant when managers spotted him carrying a handgun. He says there was no sign posted stating guns are not allowed on the property. Now he wants answers about why he was asked to leave.
Shane Franks says he went to the Cracker Barrel in Dalton to purchase Mother’s Day cards. He says two managers escorted him out because he was carrying a gun, a gun he believes he had every right to take with him into the building.
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Source:: Bearing Arms