Home Depot - Open Gun Carry

Review by Anonymous on 2013-01-30
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GLENPOOL, OKLAHOMA -- If Home Depot does not want people to carry their guns into the stores then post it on the doors.
Comments:1 Replies - Latest reply on 2013-01-31
Posted by leet60 on 2013-01-31:
They are not required to do so. I reference a statement issued to the media by the Governor's office when the open carry law came into effect:

"Do business owners/operators need to post "No Firearms" signs to prohibit guns inside their business?

Answer: No. Oklahoma law allows private property owners to prohibit a person with a handgun license from carrying a handgun into their business. Posting the business with "NO firearms" signs is a convenient means of telling the public the owner/operator does not want firearms inside his/her business. However, the law does not require the business owner to post signs. The owner may tell people verbally that handguns are prohibited. "

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