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ISO "No Guns" graphic

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by fatboyclone, Sep 16, 2003.

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  1. fatboyclone

    fatboyclone Member

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    there was a picture of a sign that said something like "No Weapons Allowed...Criminals This is a Defence free Zone". i've seen it here before but cant find it again.

    thanks
     
  2. Andrew Rothman

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  3. fatboyclone

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    thanks much... any others?
     
  4. TechBrute

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    I'd put up one of those signs, but they'd know it was me.
     
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    My boss would accuse me of hunting over bait.
     
  6. cool45auto

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    My employer would leave it up as a joke to the criminals!:evil:
     
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    the round one was done up by a freeper for the SAS/AIMM rally
     
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    I've had to replace several jobs over the years, but not my life.
     
  9. TechBrute

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    It doesn't require you sacrificing your life to keep a job that makes you hide your gun.

    But I see your point.

    We have the "no weapons" sign at each door because our insurance requires it. Noone's ever asked me if I'm packing, and there's no written policy on the subject.
     
  10. 4v50 Gary

    4v50 Gary Moderator Staff Member

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    That sign would have been perfect for that sheriff station that was attacked by the blue suicider.

    BTW mpayne, thanks for the link. :evil:
     
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  11. Travis McGee

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    Excellent! Maybe they could be made of super tough tyvex polymer paper, with super tenacious glue?
     
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    I've had that sign hanging in my office for a couple of years, along with some other pro-gun items. Never a problem.
     
  13. Andrew Rothman

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    I feel pretty comfortable ignoing the kneejerk sign at my office.

    • It is not posted at every door
    • There is nothing in the employee handbook
    • I carry invisibly with SmartCarry
     
  14. Jesse H

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    Awesome. Gonna stick that up next to the "no guns sign" at church.

    :evil:
     
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