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There are two things here: 1. gun safety at the range and 2. gun free zones.

Yes, gun safety at the range makes perfect sense, as does the sign that you display.

But "gun free zones" placards at businesses ... do they actually work?

I am a Red Cross blood platelet donor, I donate platelets every two weeks.

There is a sign at at the door of the donation center where I go, informing me that I cannot carry concealed arms.

I don't even know why anyone would want to carry a concealed weapon when he or she is about to donate blood or blood platelets.

Or maybe it's to warn off criminals, about to steal blood platelets?

But hey, this is California. ;)
If you're carrying concealed, Who needs to know? This whole kabuki theater was nothing more but the next increment of disarming the people.
 

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I used to be in your shoes back in the early 90’s. New Jersey was passing gun legislation left and right. Firearms Owner’s ID cards, apply for a pistol permit just to purchase a pistol. Having to keep everything locked up and separate from ammo. Concealed carry was a complete impossibility. I had enough and left. Texas and most of the country have none of that garbage. Go into a gun store, put your money down, quick Fed background check and you walk out with the gun of your choice, ammo, mags, etc.
The way it should be!
Same here in Michigan.
 
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