The Federal No Concealed Firearms Poster informs patrons and employees that carrying a concealed firearm is prohibited on the posted premises. The poster contains large readable text over an image of a firearm with the international “no” symbol.
Who Should Post the No Concealed Firearms Poster?
Private businesses may wish to prohibit workers or the public from carrying a concealed handgun onto the premises for liability or public safety reasons. Post the Federal No Concealed Firearms Poster at each entrance to inform individuals of your policy and deter the carrying of weapons on the premises.
Note: Some states, cities, and counties require signage to comply with specific requirements in order for a posted firearm, handgun, or weapons ban to be considered valid.
- Arizona No Firearms Allowed Poster
- Arkansas Handguns Prohibited Poster
- Minnesota Bans Guns Poster
- New Mexico No Firearms Poster
- North Carolina Concealed Handgun Poster
- Ohio No Concealed Firearms Poster
- Oklahoma Firearms Prohibited Poster
- South Carolina No Weapons Poster
- Tennessee No Firearms Poster
- Tennessee Concealed Firearms Poster
- Texas Concealed Handguns Poster
- Texas State Hospital Handgun Poster
Some states, cities, and counties may exempt certain locations from a posted weapons ban. Consult your compliance advisor to learn which posting requirements apply to your business.