30.06 signs at M.D. Anderson?

Discussion in 'General Firearms & Ammo' started by ChicagoTex, Sep 5, 2008.

  1. ChicagoTex

    ChicagoTex Member

    Jul 24, 2008
    Allen, TX
    I'm about to have to take my Mom down to M.D. Anderson Cancer Center near Downtown Houston and was wondering if any of the Houstonites on this forum had been there and noticed if there are any 30.06 (Prohibition to carry a concealed handgun) signs on any (all) of the facilties. My experience here in the Dallas area has been that most hospitals proper have them but most doctor's offices (even ones sharing campus with the hospitals) don't. Unless I receive some definitive intel otherwise, my gut tells me I'm likely to walk up against one of these signs and have a long walk back to the car - so I'll probably just store my CCW there.
    Still, figured I'd ask.

  2. mac79912

    mac79912 Well-Known

    Mar 4, 2008
    Sorry to hear about your Mom.When I went there they had not said anything to me but this was before 9/11.You might want to call them.
  3. fm2

    fm2 Event Coordinator

    Apr 27, 2008
    Sorry to hear about your mom.

    There are so many different entrances it's hard to say for sure. I know with only a call you can get a guard to walk you to your car. See about getting some kind of monthly parking card if you can.
  4. TdDude

    TdDude Member

    Sep 24, 2008
    MD Anderson is posted. Some buildings aren't but it's part of UT and falls under it being a school/university (I think) so it's a no go. Anyway, all the buildings that you would be taking your mom to are posted.

    My first post. Welcome to the forum me.
  5. Texas1911

    Texas1911 TGT Addict

    May 29, 2017
    Austin, TX
    "If I had to choose between freedom of speech and my gun, I'd choose my gun. Then I'd say what I want because I have a gun"


  6. CowDog

    CowDog New Member

    Sep 26, 2008
    South of Iowa Park
    I hate to hear that your Mom needs their services. This is going to be an ordeal for you, too. Once in awhile, get alone, give yourself a break. I'll say good words for you and your Mom.Was down there a few years ago. I don't recall 30.06 signs, but Anderson is a hospital complex, even in the outpatient treatment areas. Much as I hate to say it, it's got to be off limits for guns. I hope I don't step on too many toes, but anyone going to Houston unarmed is a fool. Conduct yourself according to your needs and concerns.Naturally, I recommend being a law abiding citizen.cd

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