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Pilgrim’s Worker Confronts Man w/Gun

In Scanner Traffic at 5:35 this afternoon, an employee of Pilgrim's Market on 4th Street in Midtown reports that he confronted a prospective customer who entered the natural foods store, wearing a gun in his waist band. The male said he had a right to bear such a firearm in such a matter under the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution. But the guy didn't want to push that right, leaving the premises in a green pickup.

Question: Do you think an individual has a right to wear and display his firearm as he did at Pilgrim's Market?




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