Second Amendment Friendly/Supportive Brands and Stores

Here’s a new master list for EVERYONE to contribute to for housing all of the Second Amendment Friendly/Supportive Brands and Stores. This is a WIKI so you are all able to add to it. PLEASE remember this is a factual list, not a place for commentary.

Click EDIT below to add to the different areas.

Second Amendment Supporting Stores (carry-friendly)

*Cabelas
*Thornton’s Fuel & Convenience Stores
*Speedway Fuel & Convenience Stores
*Total Wine & More

Second Amendment Supportive Brands (carry-friendly)

Brands or Stores that NOT Supportive of the Second Amendment

  • Starbucks
  • 7-11 at 4800 N. Jones
  • All Storage
  • AMC Theatres
  • Applebee’s
  • Broad Acres Market & Entertainment Center
  • Buffalo Wild Wings
  • Boyd Gaming properties
  • California Hotel & Casino, Sam’s Town Hotel & Gambling Hall and Sun Coast
  • California Hotel & Casino
  • Cannery Casino & Hotel
  • Centennial Hills Hospital
  • Cheesecake Factory
  • Cinemark Theatres including Century Theatres
  • Chuck E. Cheese
  • Costco
  • Crystal Palace Skating Center
  • Dave & Buster’s
  • Del Taco
  • Desert Radiology
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods
  • Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican, all campuses
  • Dillen’s Family Ice Cream
  • Discovery Children’s Museum
  • Downtown Summerlin
  • Ethel M chocolate factory
  • El Super Supermarkets
  • Family Dollar stores
  • Fashion Show Mall
  • Galaxy Theaters
  • House of Blues
  • IKEA
  • Jack in the Box
  • Red Robins
  • Walmart
  • Value City furniture
  • Taco Bell, King, North Carolina
  • Sprouts
  • Target

GUN FREE Stores

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Great post @Dawn

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Agreed!! @Dawn

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Keep adding to it everyone! That’s what the wiki above is for. Just click EDIT and add the companies you know about.

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The Jack in the box in Arizona are not GUN FREE. I go into all of the time with my gun on OC. And have not ever been asked to leave. And it just may be a state or city thing. but no problems for me in Arizona so far.

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Awesome comprehensive list!

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Here is a link to another list of Anti-2A businesses. I WILL NOT fund nor support their intended cause with ONE RED CENT of mine!

https://www.ccrkba.org/antigunbusinesses

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@Dawn Are stores that only allow conceal carry considered “Not supportive”?
Because there are several on that list that allow conceal carry… with a permit. At least here in Texas. I wouldn’t step into a 7-11 without my tool.

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Here the Wal-mart I go to
Post no signs about it being “no guns” so I have always carried my gun concealed inside bc of course I have my CWP.

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Actually I thought pretty much all Walmart were allowing conceal carry and not open carry. At least that was the last I’ve heard about it. In Missouri that’s what they have said here.

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In Ohio I haven’t come across any “no firearms permitted” signs at Walmart. As a matter of fact, I’ve bent down or leaned over to get something from a bottom shelf and my shirt has hiked up and my pistol was briefly visible and, on more than one occasion, and there stands an employee. I simply explain in a calm manner that I have a permit and that I’m also a retired police officer and really don’t need a permit anyway and ask them if they would like me to show them my permit and retired officer’s card, and have never once been challenged. As a matter of fact, on two occasions, I’ve had the employee thank me for my service. I imagine every state is different as well as every Walmart within said states.

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Welcome to the family, god bless you and you are in the right place at the right time.

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If I remember correctly, Walmart banned open carry, but wouldn’t say that you can’t CC. However, if it bothered customers or staff that they could ask you to leave. That said, I haven’t seen any 30.06 or 30.07 signs at the main entrances of my local Walmarts.

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@Levi2 I agree 100%. According to Texas law no posted signs at a business means open carry is allowed (legally). And zero Walmarts I have visited have any signs regarding firearms. However they will call the police, from stories I have seen. That is not ethical. I don’t want to test them but Walmart is not following state laws. If they only want conceal carry they should post the 30.07 signs at the entrance… but they have no firearms signs.
I asked the local Walmart manager about this issue. The manager told me that if I watched the news that I would know open carry is not allowed. I told him I don’t get my rights from watching the news, I get my rights from state and federal guidelines. He just gave me “that look” and referred me to corporate… and of course I haven’t heard a peep from them.

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I haven’t heard from corporate either, and while the police can’t really do much unless you refuse to leave, I don’t think I’d risk it. I’ve talked to multiple officers on this subject, and that is what they advised.

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Well here in SC I have my CWP and there are no signs on the entrace about guns so I’ve always carried my weapon into WalFart, of course concealed. Dont the no guns sign on the entrance MUST beLegally & Lawfuly 8×11, @Dawn ?:thinking:

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Walmart in San Antonio, Texas allows conceled carry but have stopped selling firearms although I can still buy ammo at my local walmart

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Add Stevie B’s pizza in Fort Payne, AL. to friendly list.

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Thanks for posting this great info.

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