SC Businesses Which Prohibit Concealed Carry?


The Palmetto Grand in Mt Pleasant, another Regal Theater, has a correctly posted sign on the doors on one side of the ticket box yet no sign on the doors on the other other side of the ticket box. I could see where you could concievably not see the sign if you bought your tickets and went in the right side doors.

There is however a small, non-correct sign, hard to see, at the ticket box itself.

I don't carry inside when I go because I respect intent, but legally, you could probably get out of a jam with the way the signs are posted.

KK
 

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The Palmetto Grand in Mt Pleasant, another Regal Theater, has a correctly posted sign on the doors on one side of the ticket box yet no sign on the doors on the other other side of the ticket box. I could see where you could concievably not see the sign if you bought your tickets and went in the right side doors.

There is however a small, non-correct sign, hard to see, at the ticket box itself.

I don't carry inside when I go because I respect intent, but legally, you could probably get out of a jam with the way the signs are posted.

KK


Thanks, KK. I'm going to have to be more careful... and probably find another theater to frequent. Sucks. I like that theater. Thank's for the feedback!
 

enbarnes

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Palmetto Grand

The law says every entrance must be posted. I would ignore it because it may have been put there to appease the anti-gun people.
BTW, I was told that the legal sign is so ugly because it was designed by a gun-friendly legislator.
 

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