I work near 56th and Georgetown and I had occasion to need to stop in the National City at 56th and Georgetown today. I was a bit surprised as I opened the door. Since the last time I had been in (likely 1.5 years ago) they had remodeled and part of that remodeling included installing a sophisticated man-trap with what looked to be bullet-proof plexi and a metal detector at the front door! I looked all around and didn't see ANY "no firearms" sign. I have carried into other NCB branches with no problems before too. So I was a bit shocked. Since I had come from work my G23 was in the trunk of my car, and I didn't trip the system. However as I was getting in line a lady came in and had enough metal in her purse to set off the system. There was a familiar department-store buzzer and the door automatically locked her into the man-trap. The lone teller glanced over at a video monitor near the teller stations, glanced at the lobby, and then mashed a button to unlock the doors and let her in. Again, as I left I look high and low for "no firearms" signs and didn't find any. I shall duck into the NCB at Heartland Crossing this weekend to see if they're going into lock-down mode too. I would hate to have to go through the hassle of moving banks and changing my auto-payments, etc. :-( Anyone seen anything like this at any other banks around town? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!