I have a Texas LTC and recently travelled through Mississippi on a road trip. This involved an overnight stay at a hotel in y'all's state before continuing on my way in the morning. This hotel had a sign near the main entrance that said "No Firearms". After some quick research, I found the relevant state law that appears to mandate a sign with the wording "No handguns or revolvers allowed". So I think I was fine to carry my gun into my hotel room. I have done some additional research since that trip and it appears that this issue is far from clear. I also noticed a sign at another location that said "No Weapons". I wanted to make sure that my understanding is correct before my next trip so I can plan accordingly, and possibly shift my overnight stopping point to a different state (Louisiana or Alabama). Apparently, the Mississippi AG has issued an opinion that one could be arrested and charged with trespassing for carrying past a sign with different wording than stated in the statute. We actually had a similar situation in Texas, but that was before the law was changed to include specific wording for signs, so that is a bit odd to me, since it appears that y'all already have specific wording. I am also confused by what the AG meant when they said "different wording". Both the "No Firearms" and the "No Weapons" signs are not just different wordings, but actually have different meanings than the language in the statute of "no handguns or revolvers". "No firearms" would apply not only to handguns and revolvers, but also to long guns, shotguns, etc. "No weapons" would further expand this dramatically to include potentially anything that could be used as a weapon, including tools like a tire iron, a Swiss army knife, a baseball bat, or even a belt. Did the AG's opinion mean to encompass signs with different meanings when they said that signs with different wording would also prohibit carry? As I said, I think this is far from clear, but I wanted to get the thoughts of folks on this forum. Thanks in advance.