No Inconcealable Or Concealable Weapons Allowed

Unconcealable isn’t a word as far as I know, but it still gets its point across. Very proactive of them to cover all their bases with 2 signs. :P

Hat Tip: Mark K


13 responses to “No Inconcealable Or Concealable Weapons Allowed”

  1. […] << Quote of the day | Home Covering all your bases Why be anti-gun with a sign when you can do it with two? posted @ 6/11/2010 3:51:40 […]

  2. Todd S. Avatar

    At least they aren’t unconsistant :)

    1. Admin (Mike) Avatar
      Admin (Mike)


  3. Funny. A simple sign that said, “No Weapons Allowed” wouldn’t suffice? I wonder if they have separate “No Smoking” signs for cigarettes and cigars, just so no one thinks that a no smoking sign only applies to cigarettes.

    1. Admin (Mike) Avatar
      Admin (Mike)

      heh like the classic “no hamburgers and drinks in paper cups with straws” sign representing no food or drink.

  4. Looks like I can’t drive the T-55 to town anymore. Darn

  5. I want one of those no unconcealable signs.

  6. That is actually pretty funny.

  7. Zachg56 Avatar

    To Adam

    Never says anything about a M-2 Bradley or M1A2 Abrams


  8. Snowdog Avatar

    Add my business not allowed, but that’s just me. It is funny though.

  9. Hahaha, that’s pretty good. Unconcealable is a word…I think.

    1. Admin (Mike) Avatar
      Admin (Mike)

      It doesn’t show up as a word in the couple online dictionaries I checked. They all suggest that you mean Inconcealable.

  10. And no one has said it yet
    I do not think that word means what you think it means…