The stuff at the bottom is to stop people from thinking anybody can have a gun. I figure without it, people will wonder how easy it is for others to carry a gun. With the requirments at the bottom, people who are interested will read it and be educated. Others will just read the large print and say "ok."mzmtg said:All that stuff at the bottom could be left off.
No need to explain all that on the sign. If someone has questions, that's a great opportunity for a face to face discussion.
Obviously not criminals, but with others that approve of me carrying my pistol. I would like it if others would eventually look at my gun and not wonder if Iâ€™m a bad guy and what not. Saying "who would you rather shop with" is just to exemplifying the fact that the gun licensed individual is a GOOD GUY. Any other way of wording will be appreciated. Im kinda the blunt straight forward type so tact in my wording is not my specialty. Any gentle way of saying "I have a gun, Im allowed to because this is america and its my right, grow up and stop thinking guns kill people!" Thats what I say in my head... :lol:Malum Prohibitum said:With whom would you rather shop?
Well...since we're word-smithing.gizmo5 said:HOW ABOUT NOW? I changed the top one as well so the lazy guys can just click, look, and move on... LOL
Your suggestions are GREAT, I will do them when I get home tonight on my computer. Thanks again!pro2am said:Well...since we're word-smithing.gizmo5 said:HOW ABOUT NOW? I changed the top one as well so the lazy guys can just click, look, and move on... LOL
In the small print, I would replace "upstanding" with "Georgia", and lose "any person" in the second bullet point.
Criminals do indeed get fingerprinted, so the last statement isn't actually true.
I would expand the "must pass a thorough georgia..." with "Pass a thorough Georgia Bureau of Investigation and Federal Bureau of Investigation background check."
and I'm thinking that the Legal resident of United States is redundant of the fact that the first statement is "Citizen".
Even though I offer all these suggestions...I really think its a great idea and a job well done!