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McDonalds posted?

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One of our local mcDonalds has a few posts on their door. I just noticed the no gun sign a couple days ago.
Is this company wide or just individual franchises are posted?
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Sort of both - it appears that when a store orders new door signage, they get the "no guns" version by default. But I think they can still get one without the "no guns" symbol since I've seen some new signs go up without it - and I've sen some stored where the "no guns" symbol has been cut out of the sign.
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I've noticed only one with a NO GUN sign. Painesville,Ohio
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They are everywhere around me here in Akron/Canton/Massillon. Now, you kinda have to be looking for them since they are in the grid of other "do this, don't do that" symbols on their doors. Very easy to miss...
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guess my days of eating inside McD's is over, lol.
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AzRanger wrote:I've noticed only one with a NO GUN sign. Painesville,Ohio

Same here, although I don't recall the location.
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JustaShooter wrote:Very easy to miss...
I haven't read a door sign at a business or restaurant in years. Ignorance is bliss. And I keep it concealed so everyone is blissfully ignorant.

With that said, give your money to local, pro-Freedom businesses instead, if able.
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Berettas4me wrote:One of our local mcDonalds has a few posts on their door. I just noticed the no gun sign a couple days ago.
Is this company wide or just individual franchises are posted?
DQ is the same way. Some are posted, some arent.
Had one down the road here posted for a long time that was owned by some joker in law enforcement. When he sold out the new owners took down the sign. Good on them.
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I’ll have to watch for those signs but I hardly ever eat at McDonald’s, I feel kind of icky after eating one of their burgers.
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As I was leaving a store the other day I noticed the no guns sign on the door. I realized that I don’t even look for them any more. Maybe I should be more cognizant but concealed is concealed. I like that I’m so comfortable carrying. I remember the old days when carrying was such a pain.
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