Illinois Firearms Prohibited Sign - F7916, No Firearms Allowed Signs

Pursuant to 430 ILCS 66/65
7 × 5″
Material Overlaminate Mounting Holes Sku Quantity/Price
1–2 3–4 5–9 10–19 20–39 40+
.040″ Rust-Free Aluminum None Four 7/32″ holes (one in each corner) F7916-B2C $10.70 $10.40 $9.90 $9.40 $7.70 $6.70
4.65 Mil Double-Sided Adhesive Polyester Label N/A N/A F7916-B2E $14.75 $12.75 $11.95 $10.85 $9.85 $8.75
2 Mil Face-Adhesive Peel and Stick Polyester Label N/A N/A F7916-B2F $9.75 $8.25 $7.95 $7.45 $6.95 $6.25
3.5 Mil Peel and Stick Vinyl Label N/A N/A F7916-B2L $4.75 $4.15 $3.65 $3.45 $3.25 $3.00
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Illinois Concealed Carry Act Sign Details & Regulations

On July 9, 2013 Public Act 098-0063, commonly known as the Illinois Concealed Carry Act became law. The law provides very strict rules and requirements for those looking to carry firearms with them in public places, and also provides a way for organizations and property owners to prohibit anyone from carrying on their property or into their place of business.

Click this link to learn more about (430 ILCS 66/) Firearm Concealed Carry Act.

According to Section 65: (a-10) of the Concealed Carry Law:

• The owner of private real property of any type may prohibit the carrying of concealed firearms on the property under his or her control. The owner must post a sign in accordance with subsection (d) of this Section indicating that firearms are prohibited on the property, unless the property is a private residence.

Section 65: (d) provides the specifics as to the placement and dimensions of the sign that must be displayed in order to prohibit the carrying of firearms into their facility or onto their property:

• Signs stating that the carrying of firearms is prohibited shall be clearly and conspicuously posted at the entrance of a building, premises, or real property specified in this Section as a prohibited area, unless the building or premises is a private residence. Signs shall be of a uniform design as established by the Department and shall be 4 inches by 6 inches in size. The Department shall adopt rules for standardized signs to be used under this subsection.

On October 11, 2013 the Illinois State Police released the following design specifications:

• The sign is required to have a white background; no text (except the reference to the Illinois Code 430 ILCS 66/65) or marking within the one-inch area surrounding the graphic design; a depiction of a handgun in black ink with a circle around and diagonal slash across the firearm in red ink; and that the circle be 4 inches in diameter. The sign in its entirety will measure 4 inches x 6 inches. Additionally, the sign must have black borders surrounding the "no firearms" symbol measuring 4 inches from top to bottom and 6 inches from left to right.

The following exceptions to these specifications of the approved sign exist:

  1. Owners of properties that fall within one of the Act’s “prohibited areas”—including preschools, secondary schools, universities, and public and private hospitals—can post signs that are larger than four inches by six inches in size. However, a larger sign must include an image of the Illinois State Police’s approved four inch by six inch sign.
  2. Owners of properties that fall within one of the Act’s prohibited areas can post larger signs with additional language. However, larger signs with additional language must include an image of the approved four inch by six inch sign.

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Note: Sign material was made larger to be able to accommodate the approved sign design requirements of 6 x 4".

Sign design contains all the approved and required elements: white background, red prohibition symbol, black gun image and the only text allowed "Pursuant to 430 ILCS 66/65"
Design also contains our standard Brimar logo, phone number and part number.

Illinois No Gun Label

Our Illinois Guns Prohibited Sign is available in 4 different materials:

Illinois No Gun Label


Illinois No Gun Label


Illinois No Gun Label


Illinois No Gun Label
Size Width Height Average
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Available Materials Mounting Holes Corner Radius Diagram
7 × 5″ 7″ 5″ ¼″ Up to 6′ 3″
  • 2 Mil Face-Adhesive Peel and Stick Polyester Label
  • 3.5 Mil Peel and Stick Vinyl Label
  • 4.65 Mil Double-Sided Adhesive Polyester Label
N/A ¼″ Diagram
  • .040″ Rust-Free Aluminum
Four 7/32″ Holes (#10 or 3/16″ screws recommended) ¼″ Diagram
The viewing distances listed in this chart reflect the maximum viewing distance for the sign under favorable viewing conditions.
Favorable viewing conditions are those which allow for a clear, unobstructed view of the message on the sign. Examples of favorable viewing conditions are a bright lighting source over the sign, clear weather conditions, and a clear line of sight with no obstructions blocking the view of the sign from certain angles and no other nearby signs creating distractions.
In unfavorable conditions, the sign is viewable at up to half the favorable distance. Unfavorable viewing conditions are those which make it difficult to read the message of the sign. Examples of this are poor lighting such as a dimly lit room, obstructions blocking the view of the sign from certain angles, poor weather conditions, and other signs posted nearby which create a distraction.
It is the responsibility of the end user to determine the correct size, viewing distance, sign positioning, and sign size for your specific hazard. According to the ANSI Z535.2 sign standard, a ratio of 25 feet of viewing distance per inch of text height, under favorable viewing conditions, should be used to determine the size of your sign. Under unfavorable viewing conditions, such as in low light or for signs with complex messages, the ratio of viewing distance to text height is 12.5 feet to 1 inch.
More Options understands that the Illinois Firearms Prohibited Sign may not be available in the size that you require. Please contact our customer service team today and we’ll be happy to work with you to produce exactly what you need. Contact us now.
Material Thickness Outdoor Durability Service Temp. Range Available
Adhesive-Backed Vinyl Outdoor grade high gloss calendared vinyl film, and coated with aggressive LEED compliant acrylic adhesive formulated to adhere to a variety of surfaces, ensuring durability in most commercial and industrial environments. Resistant to fading and mild chemicals. This material is in compliance with the standards set forth by the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Rule #1168 and the Green Seal Standard, GS-36 for commercial adhesives pertaining to Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC). Clean and dry surface before applying. Minimum application temperature is 50°F. 3.5 mils 4 to 5 Years -20° to 176° F
  • 7 × 5″
Face-Adhesive Polyester Polyester labels made with 2 mils white polyester coated with an aggressive LEED compliant permanent acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive that bonds well to glass surfaces. Non-printed area is white. Clean and dry surface before applying. Minimum application temperature is 50°F. 2 mils 4 to 5 Years -40°F to 302°F
  • 7 × 5″
Double-Sided Adhesive Polyester 2 mils thick clear polyester with a 2.65 mils thick barrier film that has a LEED compliant permanent pressure-sensitive acrylic adhesive that creates a strong bond to glass surfaces. Clean and dry surface before applying. Minimum application temperature is 50°F. 4.65 mils 4 to 5 Years -40° to 302° F
  • 7 × 5″
Rust-Free Aluminum A durable metal material that will not chip, crack, or rust, offers superior resistance to harsh weather conditions, and has good chemical resistance properties. The optimal choice for outdoor usage. 0.04″ 5 to 7 Years -40° to 212° F
  • 7 × 5″
  • None
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ATSM D956 Type Type I Type IV Type IX
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Night-Time Visibility 500' 1,000' 1,500'
   understands that the Illinois Firearms Prohibited Sign may not be available in a material that meets your requirements. Please contact our customer service team today and we’ll be happy to work with you to find the right material for your needs. Contact us now.
Using the latest digital printing processes, your Illinois Firearms Prohibited Sign is printed without set-up charges or minimums. These advanced processes also reduce set-up times, helping to get your Illinois Firearms Prohibited Sign shipped out faster the competitors. prints your text and graphics straight onto the label material without the need for lamination. Your UV ink printed text and graphics will not peel, unlike labels from companies that laminate graphics over the label material.
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Printing Methods

We choose our printing processes for each product carefully so you receive the best quality product at the lowest price with industry-leading turnaround times. Depending on your size, material, quantity, and other factors, your sign will print using one of our carefully-tested methods.

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Cross-Hatch Ink Adhesion Test’s advanced printing process undergoes a stringent cross-hatching test. This specifically tests the adhesion and resistance to separation of the inks from the sign. In testing, a sample from the printing process is scored and covered in adhesive tape. The tape is removed and the sample assessed for adhesion quality.

We use a three-stage process to test all of our printing processes. We print our signs using only the processes that pass all three stages, giving you the highest quality signage possible.

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The text is printed in HGCPIXymbols font.

The Illinois Firearms Prohibited Sign from uses these fonts because they allow the message to fit on the sign, still remain legible, and make an immediate impact when reading the sign. It also gives the sign an official look and feel, which makes the message seem more authoritative.

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