I've often wondered how others deal with this. In my CCW class, the instructor advised us that we could legally ignore these signs but that we may become personally liable if we ever had to use our firearm in these CPZs. Personally, I've only run into this sign at places like the courthouse and public library here in town, and Cabell Hospital across the river. In at least the first two cases, I always assumed state and/or local authority meant I had to leave it in my trunk anyways - I'm able to lockout the trunk so that it won't open without the key, otherwise I wouldn't be comfortable doing this. As for the third, the CCW class only covered Ohio law, so I'm not confident in pushing the issue across state lines and it's not like I had much choice on where the ambulance took me (luckily I wasn't carrying this day). For the most part, I tend to go elsewhere, but I'd imagine there are times you have no choice.
Family is planning a trip to Camden Park for this weekend and I'm having a hard time finding info on places over there. My dad thinks I'm nuts for wanting to carry outside the house, go figure.
I'm also pretty socially awkward in person so I'd be less inclined to bring it up to anyone face to face, but a letter and/or email would work for me. Does anyone have any examples of letters they've sent in the past?
"A license is what you get when the government steals your rights away from you and then sells them back."
- Mark Edge