Safety is the 2015 Texas Firearms Festival’s number one priority. On November 14 and 15, when ticket holders leave Best of the West Shooting Sports with the same number of holes they arrived with, when their worst after-effect is an ongoing endorphin rush (if it lasts more than four hours, call your gun dealer), we’ll consider the 2015 Festival a success. Everything else is icing on the cake. I repeat: we will not compromise our ticket holders’ safety for any reason, practical or financial. Here are some of the measures we take to safeguard our ticket holders . . .
Gate security – We’ll have security guards posted at the entrance to the 2015 Texas Firearms Festival. No one may enter the Festival without a Shooter, Non-Shooter or Exhibitor wristband. Security reserves the right to inspect any bags or packages entering or leaving the Festival. They can and will refuse admission to anyone who’s alcohol- or otherwise impaired.
Police – A team of armed, bicycle-riding Williamson County police officers will patrol the Texas Firearms Festival at all times. All Festival police are in direct radio communication with the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office central command vehicle.
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Source:: Truth About Guns