Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Wisconsin Business Opportunity - - Printing "No Guns Allowed" Signs

Once Gov. Walker signs the ideologically-driven concealed carry bill, print shops will be working overtime to turn out images like this for sane property owners, I'd imagine:


Reagan's Disciple said...

They can hang it right next to their "Please Rob Me!" sign.

Anonymous said...

With this and once the Congressional re-districting is passed, looks like we are at a point where even if somehow the Dems get back control of the State Senate - so what?

The work is already done in only 6 months and it will be at least 7 years before the Dems will be in a position to reverse anything.

Oh happy day!!!


Anonymous said...

Actually, it says "no need for armed robbery"

JB said...

At RD -- just because you can't bring in your gun doesn't mean I don't have one behind the counter, now does it? Heh, heh, heh.

Reagan's Disciple said...


If the weapon is within your reach or easily accessible, you will need a permit as it would be considered a concealed weapon.

If you had a permit like you would be required, you would need to follow the rules for the same sign. Ie: you can not hang up a sign and pick and choose who obeys it.

Plus, how will you know who even has a weapon under their coat if it is concealed? Heh, heh, heh.

I would hope they would follow the law, just as you should.

PS. You will also need a Spanish version of the sign for all of the illegals.

Anonymous said...

RD: The sign Rowen displayed is universal, it didn't have any words to translate.

Reagan's Disciple said...

Sorry, I was referring to my first post.