I'll note the primacy of Property rights are a key theme in the theories behind the Constitution and Declaration. Indeed, Locke's concept of Life, Liberty, and Property was well known by the Founders (and roughly stolen by Jefferson).
Further, on private property other rights: speech, assembly, religion, etc. are held in abeyance at the sufference of the property owner. Firearm rights would be no exception to that.
The right of property owners to mandate "leave your guns at the door" is as deep as the right of gun owners to not be forced to have to use that business.
Last edited by zincwarrior; February 7, 2012 at 12:23 PM.