A couple months ago I started this thread: https://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1152715 Today I went in to tell the manager of my local US Bank that I was going to open an account with a different local bank and close my account with their bank. Imagine my surprise when I found the 'No Guns' sign was GONE. So instead of complaining, I was able to thank the local bank manager for removing the 'no gun' signs. The manager said that they had just received the order from corporate headquarters to take the signs down. For an update to the previous thread: I had talked to my local US Bank manager in early December, informing her that if the signs stayed up past January 31, I and several of my friends would be closing our accounts with US Bank. The manager had referred me to the regional manger and given me his email address. I emailed the regional manager with the same information I had told the local manager. Apparently the regional manager had forwarded my email to US Bank corporate headquarters. A few days later I received an email from a person at corporate headquarters telling me US Bank was posting the 'No Guns' signs for 'customer safety' and informing me that all US Banks would soon be posted. I wrote back a nice email outlining the reasons why I believed the signs were not a good idea. I also told him I could not understand why, in these difficult economic times, US Bank wanted to chase customers away from the bank. US Bank never responded to that email. I had recently talked to the manager of another bank here in town and was told he didn't mind permit holders carrying in his bank. As I said earlier, this week I was going to start the process of moving my account to that bank, Thankfully, now I don't have to. If any others of you also wrote US Bank -- thank you. It worked! You CAN fight corporate headquarters.