Where can I find a list of places you "can't" carry a CCW?
I am very new to conceal carry and I have been trying to find a list of building/areas where you are not allowed to carry a concealed weapon. The majority of the time I am carrying I am hunting but would like to carry more during my daily life as well.
I assume you mean "per the code of laws" in your state, and I think the replies so far have told you where the defined off limit list can be found. Other than that, if they have the proper sign prescribed by the state's code of laws, there is no need for a list--they are telling you front and center and no one is going to be compiling a list of every business that has such a restriction--tedious and changing all the time.
My suggestion would be to contact your States Office of Attorney General, or your States Legislative Representative. There are two reasons for this, one is you get it from the horses mouth, so to speak. Secondly, many states are constantly modifying their laws, and those modifications don't always show up on the internet or sites that are supposed to keep track.
Although I no longer live in Texas, as a Concealed Carry Instructor still certified there, I get updates every Sept. after a legislative session. These updates are important as they may include additional areas that are "Off-Limits", or information on formerly off-limits places that now allow carry.
One additional location you may find what you are looking for is at a Police Supply. I am talking about non-city or county owned businesses that sell supplies to Police, and Security personnel. Penal Codes for your state, in it's most current form should be available for about $40 - $50 a copy.
That list probably varies from state to state. For what ever state you need to know about find who controls the ccws (state police or who ever)and go to their web site and you should be able to find the information. In Illinois you cannot carry at all the Governor and politicians do not believe in the peoples rights. in a lot of States you cant carry in federal buildings, national parks, liquor stores, bars, schools.