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South Carolina: Greenville signs give gun owners "friendly" welcome

Thursday, May 26, 2011

We've all seen the signs: "No Concealed Weapons Allowed Here". Greenville gun instructor Mark Bilicki has seen them plenty of times, and it gets him talking. "We've actually tried to get people to remove the symbol," he says. Bilicki has now developed a sign of his own, one that welcomes concealed weapon carriers. "The concept of this thing is to go completely the other way," he says. "When we see it, we know it's the thumbs up. These places are gun friendly."

Read Original at: WSPA (S.C.)

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