- When prohibited by federal law.
- Inside a grade school.
- When metal detectors operated by security personnel screen every person for weapons at every entrance and provide custody services for firearms.
Effectively the Colorado 30.06/7 sign is actual, enforced, weapon screening. This seems almost stupidly obvious as the correct answer because we all agree that signs don't stop bad guys.
In contrast, Texas has street sized signs restricting guns on businesses and residential property everywhere. Prohibiting the licensed carrying of a firearm has morphed from a true safety concern into a political debate conducted in doorways with criminal liability consequences.
For a long time, I thought there was a natural tension between property rights (I can control who does what on my property) and self defense rights (I can carry tools for my own protection). I like my state, but I'm afraid Texas has twisted this up and gotten in wrong. I'm calling us out for being stupid.
Acronym 11/14/2017 12:28 PM