This is why I ignore “no guns” signs. I carry wherever I legally can. People who have read this post: 350 Categories: Uncategorized 7 Comments EN2 SS · July 18, 2022 at 12:26 pm The meme of the doctor asking if the patient has guns at home. His/my answer is “guns at home? Hell, I’ve got mine in your office.” If there is not a Texas required sign banning weapons, I carry. Even then, you never know if I’m armed or not. There’s no law against carrying spare mags anywhere. 😉 Beans · July 18, 2022 at 1:07 pm Heh. Go all pirate and openly carry a brace of wheellock or flintlock pistols. After all, they aren’t considered ‘guns.’ Steve S · July 18, 2022 at 1:16 pm In Ohio (not there any longer) if you go in through Macy’s and their door isn’t signed and the entrance to the mall from Macy’s isn’t signed you’re good to go. Never saw the anchor stores sign their exterior doors. The Old Man · July 18, 2022 at 2:31 pm Nunya. If I haven’t shot you our yours, whydya got a problem? BTW – If y’all REALLY want an answer, I want to see transcripts of your med school classes that covered that subject. No gots? Fuck off. Divemedic · July 18, 2022 at 4:07 pm My doctor once asked me to remove my shirt so he could listen to my lungs. I was carrying a Commander in an IWB holster. He didn’t say a word. Fast Eddie · July 18, 2022 at 4:48 pm What signs? I didn’t see no signs. Jonathan · July 18, 2022 at 5:42 pm Don’t forget that is mall policy, not law – in many states, it isn’t enforceable if they don’t use the legally required signage, which I have only once seen a mall sort of do. Ironically, I used to live near a Simon Mall with a gun store in it. They had the usual tiny print rules that if you looked close included weapons but they did not have the state required language for no guns. Comments are closed.