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      CCW in restaurants that serve alcohol

      TN now allows carry, AZ just passed a similar bill which now goes to the Gov.

      http://www.examiner.com/x-3253-Minne...cohol-and-guns

      Maybe someday NC will see the light...

      funny since a lot of the States where it is very difficult to get a concealed permit (may issue) allow carry in restaurants.

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      Interesting, I wonder how many restaurants that are posting no weapons. I really was not aware that my state allowed it being they don't want you in a liqueur store with a weapon.

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      Quote Originally Posted by DevilsJohnson View Post
      Interesting, I wonder how many restaurants that are posting no weapons.
      So far, I've only encountered one here and that was Buffalo Wild Wings. I think this is a pretty common place to have a sign from what I've heard. Needless to say, I don't go there anymore.

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      Quote Originally Posted by bruce333 View Post
      Maybe someday NC will see the light...
      That would be nice. Went to Red Robin this afternoon and had to leave the gun in the car.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Todd View Post
      That would be nice. Went to Red Robin this afternoon and had to leave the gun in the car.
      Was that the only restaurant in town?

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      Quote Originally Posted by tekhead1219 View Post
      Quote Originally Posted by Todd
      That would be nice. Went to Red Robin this afternoon and had to leave the gun in the car
      Was that the only restaurant in town?
      No, but try and find one that doesn't serve alcohol...

      Going to Cracker Barrel all the time gets old.
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      LOL @ that map with Calif on it !!!

      Try getting a CCW permit here or in any major metropolis south of Truckee.
      Try carrying open or concealed, esp in a restaurant. Not unless ya like being a walking cop's bullet trap.

      That thing's clazy!

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      Quote Originally Posted by BeefyBeefo View Post
      So far, I've only encountered one here and that was Buffalo Wild Wings. I think this is a pretty common place to have a sign from what I've heard. Needless to say, I don't go there anymore.
      I did notice the "No Weapons" sign at one of the many Buffalo Wild Wings here in Northern Kentucky last week. I stopped for a second, thinking I might have to go put my gun in the car. Not because I pay any attention to those signs. They carry little weight in Kentucky. I hesitated because we have the 51 rule here. I was trying to figure out if BW's made more money on alcohol or food. I was just picking up a take-out order anyway, so I went in, got my food and left. Made me wonder though. If it's not posted, how do you know what percent of their revenue comes from what?

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      I dunnow-- call me Commie but....

      I respect others wishes when it comes to firearms.
      Be it an eatery or a home.

      If somone expresses a wish for me not to carry on thier propperty, I don't.
      It's happened before, it'll happen again. I see it this way, I have the right to carry but, it don't trump their wishes on their property.

      I hear yer gripes and feel yer pain.
      And I HATE leaving mine in the truck.
      I'd feel a lot better if it were in my safe. Freakin' PIA.

      And I was kidding about callin' me a commie. Do it and, well....



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      Quote Originally Posted by nky1129 View Post
      . I hesitated because we have the 51 rule here.
      Help a clueless brother out .... what's the 51 rule?

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      A business that derives 51 percent or more of its income from the sale of alcohol for on-premises consumption.
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      Quote Originally Posted by clanger
      If somone expresses a wish for me not to carry on thier propperty, I don't.
      Let's not get this thread confused with the posted business thread. This is about State law that prohibits carry, not about restaurants that choose to post a sign.
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      Ah!

      Copy that....

      Thanks man.

      -k.

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      according to opencarry you can carry in to a restaurants in GA, or I have been braking the law.

      http://www.opencarry.org/restaurant.html
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      Quote Originally Posted by bruce333 View Post
      No, but try and find one that doesn't serve alcohol....
      Bingo. Any place around here worth eating at has a liquor license.

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      Guess I should keep my eyes peeled a little better. Only signs I pay any atttention to, or notice I should say, are "Open" or "Closed". I'll start paying more attention. Good post and comments Bruce. My guess is that the other states like mine just haven't thought of it yet. To busy picking our pockets and running companies out of the state I guess. I lived in Charlotte for 4 years (9 years ago) and had no idea they were so anti gun oriented. Seems a bit peculiar it being the south and all but what do I know.

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      As horrible as the laws are of what guns are allowed in Massachusetts it is nice that I can carry almost anywhere. As long as its not a school, court house, or federal building, Im good to go.

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      Our new Arizona Govenor could have simply not vetoed our 2A bills and they would have become law Sept. 30 but she is an advocate of 2A rights so signed them yesterday showing solid support.

      We on Sept. 30 will be able to carry in an establishment that serves alcohol which means restaurants or bars as long as we do not consume and have a concealed carry permit. There was a bit too much opposition to open carry but we will take care of that next year.




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      Hmmm! I thought Ohio was a majority of places that would not allow CC in restaraunts that served alcohol.

      Seems I was wrong about that - I better get busy and write my State Rep and AG and find out what's up with that!

      I probably already know the answer to that - I'm sure the way the liqour licenses are issued it was easier for them to say that places of business that have this type of liqour license you cannot carry - Guess I'm gonna have to make them do a little work for ME!

      So in Virginia if you have a CC you have to pull out your pistola to eat in a restaraunt?

      Just curious - I CC when I visit my son in VA and have not yet taken it with me to eat. Thought it was the same there as it is here in OH.

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      Quote Originally Posted by SaltyDog View Post
      So in Virginia if you have a CC you have to pull out your pistola to eat in a restaraunt?

      Just curious - I CC when I visit my son in VA and have not yet taken it with me to eat. Thought it was the same there as it is here in OH.
      yup...open carry in restaurants that serve alcohol.

      for reference, at the bottom of the page: http://www.vcdl.org/static/ccw.html
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      Quote Originally Posted by 1shot1kill View Post
      As horrible as the laws are of what guns are allowed in Massachusetts it is nice that I can carry almost anywhere. As long as its not a school, court house, or federal building, Im good to go.
      Of course, you're lucky to even have a carry license up there...you have to display pressing need to apply for one, and self defense isn't considered a valid reason.

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