Should You Carry?

tmobile sign

Click here for a short News Clip from ABC 7 showing a recent T-Mobile attempted robbery and how an armed employee helped to save lives and prevent an armed robbery. But what the sign stats clearly on the store fronts window can be confusing to any law abiding citizen with a concealed handgun permit, especially after the manager makes this statement.

“I think concealed carry is a great opportunity for managers, workers, employees to protect themselves in these cases. And our employee did a great job to protect themselves and the other employee,” said Neil Tadros, store manager.

So after this incident in Chicago do you think this is just another example for carrying your firearm for protection? Do you know if this sign stops you from being able to carry if you have a Concealed Handgun License? Do you have insurance that would cover you in a citation where you might have to use your firearm in your home or outside of it for protection?

These are all simple questions that you should have the answers to for your particular states laws as a law abiding citizen. Every state is different and that sign would legally be enough to prevent you from carrying in a store in some states. Google, Yahoo, and Bing are all great ways to easily search for the answers you might be looking for. Contact us by clicking here and we may be able to help you find more detailed answers you are looking for.

If you are prepared and not paranoid you have the advantage, in that unwanted and unexpected chance you may have to use your tools at your disposal to your advantage and protect yourself and the others around you. My Gun Smart can help you focuses on the key attributes in being prepared and casting out ignorance and carelessness in such a serious situation the all law abiding citizens should help each other in the responsibility of keeping America safe for everyone.


Chicago Tribune has another recent article of a veteran who is also a law abiding citizen with a concealed handgun permit. 

John Hendricks had just a second to choice to make a responsible decision for his safety and all the others around him. To check out the full report from the Chicago Tribune’s click here.


John Hendricks


“But when I saw him rack the gun, I put two and two together,” Hendricks said. “Something’s about to go down right now, right in front of me.”