NO WEAPONS ALLOWED!! (Updated 2011-12-08)

I am looking for businesses that have begun posting “No Weapons” in Wisconsin.  If you see a business that is posted please send an e-mail to with the name and contact information for them.  You may also inform them that posting their business with a “No Weapons Allowed” sign switches the liability of your safety from yourself to the business owner. The state law provides that businesses who allow concealed carry on their property will be immune from any liability as a result of that decision. All businesses submitted will be added to the list and posted at:, and also on FaceBook at:

  Click here to see the list —–>  Wisconsin No Weapons Postings 2011-12-08

* Remember to support those businesses that support your rights. *


The Second Amendment Isn’t Always About Protecting Yourself From Bad Humans.

Guns protect you from dangerous things and humans are not the only dangerous things out there.  I have first hand experience with this.   I’m in Arizona during the winter and Coyotes like to walk the streets looking for rabbits. If there’re only one or two scavenging iit isn’t bad.  They won’t attack a full grown man or woman.  But if they’re really hungry they will pack up and start to follow people around. A weapon can be very handy in cases like that.   Gun Control isn’t really about the guns, it’s about the control.  ~ Jeff
Just Outside Soldotna, Alaska
King season is over, and since I had a day off before silvers start, I thought I would go for a walk!  This occurred at 11:16 am this morning (Sunday), just 2/10 of a mile from my house.ON OUR ROAD while walking my dogs (ironically trying to get in shape for hunting season!) for the record.  This is in a residential area-not back in the woods.  No bow hunting. No stealth occurring.I heard a twig snap.  And looked back.  Full on charge-a huge Brownie, ears back, head low and motorin’ full speed!  Came with zero warning; no Woof, no popping of the teeth, no standing up, nothing like what you think or see on TV!  It charged from less than 20 yards and was on me in about one-second!  Totally surreal.  I just started shooting in the general direction.  And praise God that my second shot (or was it my third?) rolled him at 5 feet and he skidded to a stop 10 feet BEYOND where I was shooting from.  I actually sidestepped him and fell over backwards on the last shot.  And his momentum carried him to a stop past where I fired my first shot!It was a prehistoric old boar.  No teeth.  No fat.  Weighed between 900-1000 Lbs and took five men to DRAG it onto a tilt-bed trailer!  Big bear.   Its paw measured out at about a 9-1/2 inches!Never-ever-thought ‘it’ would happen to me!   It’s always some other Shmuck….. Right?Well, no bull.  I am still high on adrenaline.  With my gut in a knot (felt like I did 10000 crunches without stopping)!  Almost puked for an hour after.  Had the burps and couldn’t even stand up as the troopers conducted their investigation!  Totally wiped me out.  Can’t even put that feeling into words.By far the most emotion I have ever felt at once!No doubt that God was with me, as I brought my Ruger .454 Casull (and some “hot” 350 grain solids) just for the heck of it.  And managed to draw and snap shoot (pointed, never even aimed!) from the hip!  Total luck shot!All I can say is Praise God for my safety and for choosing to leave the wife and kids at home on this walk!

Now if anyone starts making noises about taking away your right to protect yourself with a gun, we need to let them know where we stand.