Mod, feel free to delete this if against the rules as I am indeed asking for discussion around when people willfully break laws. Do any of you conceal carriers ever carry through a properly marked "no guns" sign/symbol outside a business and enter anyway? Do you always do it? Never? Certain situations with precautions? I'd prefer a bit of real discussion here, not just a witty "better to be judged by 7 than carried by 6" type of cheap witty remark. I try to avoid it when possible. If it's a restaurant or grocery store similar that has a sign, I have a little locking safe under my driver's seat I'll walk back out and store my firearm in. There are higher risk times/areas I'll choose to still go. Recent example was the movie theater this past weekend with my wife. The mall has signs, but I've discoverer the Barnes and Noble is in fact not signed and has access to the mall on the inside, so I think I may be able to win a lawful argument there in Illinois so long as I always go in and out B&N. So that's what I do the few times I go to the mall (which has had 2 shootings in the last 3 years) The times I do go somewhere like the movie theater or mall, where chances of a dangerous public encounter are higher imo and I want to have my gun on me in my 5 o'clock iwb holster, I'll always make sure to have two layers on, typically a flannel, so that I'm not just trusting a t shirt to keep complete concealment and not print when ramifications of doing so could involve being charged with a crime and losing my ccw liscense, not just an awkward encounter. What do you all do with signed buildings?