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My family: Glock 19, SW Sigma 40VE, Ruger SP101(.357), GSG-5k pistol (MP5 clone)(.22LR), Makarov .380
I'll pass. I personally think this little "war" between GunFreeDiningTennessee.org and the newly formed NoGunsNoBusiness.com is ridiculous.
I don't need to sign any petition or be on some list to effect change.
I tend to vote on things like this with my money. If you don't want me and my gun, I'll be going to your next door where they want me.
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Sure, why not. It was painless and maybe it'll help send a message.
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I've never once seen a no firearms sign anywhere in Vermont but sure I'll sign...
Vermont does not issue Permit/Licenses to Carry a Concealed firearm. Vermont allows anyone
who can legally own a firearm to carry it concealed without a permit of any kind.
It's sure an annoyance to find a sign of no guns when i'm carrying, but quite frankly that is what America is about, I respect them they respect me, In order to preserve our freedom we cannot impose our way of thinking to everyone, the world would be lame.
Think of it this way, the only thing worse than not getting things our way, is getting it!
So I'll pass partner.
As much as I think "no gun" zones are ludicrous, I think property rights are being restricted even more severely than gun rights. If you want to ban guns on your private property, you have every right to do so. As long as it isn't too much of a pain, I'll just avoid your business if you make that decision. Nevertheless, I won't question your right to set the rules there.