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  1. #21
    As I have said several times before, if its a bar you don't need to be there carrying a weapon, if its a resturant with a bar, go in have your dinner, keep your weapon CONCEALED, and above all KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT, and leave, and when you go to work the next day, tell your buddys about dinner or the Band Music or whatever but just hush about haveing the gun, agreed resturants don't get robbed to often but what if walking to your car with your wife/girlfriend and some inbread degenerate jump's you, would you not rather have your gun than not............I am not advocating doing something not leagle, but would you as least not want to be able to do something to protect your self other than maybe call 911

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    Hey Rocket: Understand your comments but-----. Suppose you leave the restaurant and meet up with your worst nightmare and now have to explain to the LEO, where you were and why you had a firearm CC, not to mention the civil suit that will surely make you very poor. I also thought that way but-----.

  4. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by HeavenLee View Post
    Interesting...well i am curious why in FL ... I a law abiding citizen issued my concealed cannot carry it wherever I need to go.
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    So if I go out drinking I either have to leave it at home or leave it in the car when i come back because I am not permited to carry it from the car to the home because I have alcohol in my system. I think it is ridiculous...

    You are an adult. You have a choice. You don't need to go out drinking.

    Send letters to all the CEO's of the liquor manufacturers and distributors and tell them you are going to boycott their products because you can't exercise your second amendment rights while using their products.

  5. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by kelcarry View Post
    Hey Rocket: Understand your comments but-----. Suppose you leave the restaurant and meet up with your worst nightmare and now have to explain to the LEO, where you were and why you had a firearm CC, not to mention the civil suit that will surely make you very poor. I also thought that way but-----.
    I understand what your saying, but if you have left the resturant and now walking to your car and said nightmere shows up and you dispatch him, I really don't thing the Leo is going to care where you just had dinner, also this is assuming that there is a state law forbidding specificly that you cannot carry in said resturant/bar, if there is no state law, and the resturant just has a sign on the door, this the resturants rule not the law, all the resturant can do is ask you to leave you are not going to get in trouble unless you refuse to leave, if there is said law, I must refer to my previous post, just hush about the gun and keep it concealed, agreed your takeing a chance in the senario you described, but I would rather have my gun than not

  6. #25
    To answer this question I live in Iowa, as of now I can carry into bars whenever and however I want CC OR OC. Check your local laws but I'm thinking since they serve food that it would be considered a food establishment, if you have any doubts sit in a different section away from the bar

  7. #26
    The restriction(s) themselves are a bit ornerous. Perhaps the authorities should treat "carry" and booze with the same requirements as they do for driving. i.e. IF an "incident" occurs with you and your weapon, you are "tested" for "carrying while intoxicated" at the same level as driving. You "fail" and your "case" is weakened accordingly in court.

    An exemption to this would be, of course, at home. Home invaders are not concerned if you have had a few in the privacy of your home when they try their "game plan". Nor should the authorities if it is a "righteous shoot".

    THAT would relieve a lot of the legal hair splitting Legislators try to write into gun restriction laws. Puts it right back on the citizen to demonstrate responsibility while "carrying". Fail to do so.... you lose your carry rights.

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  8. Move to Indiana. He have some of the best Carry laws around. the only places you can't carry is at a school (unless you're just dropping off or picking up children, then You still can) govt. Buildings, or the county or state fair for some reason. Plus we have castle doctrine stand your ground and the third party rule. I just picture Governor Daniels riding separately in his motorcade on horseback with a 30-30 in a scabbard and a cowboy hat on haha. Oh and none of those Fascist you can't carry near booze laws. Here your right is about as close to "not being infringed" as you'll get.

  9. Also I hear a lot about civil suits. Idk about everywhere but here our castle doctrine clearly outlines that you are protected from civil penalties as well as legal. Is it different elsewhere?

  10. *in other castle doctrine states that is.

  11. CCW is an all around challenge in most states and most situations. It is my right but it is also a big fat political issue that the gov'mint just can't seem to keep their hand off of. That said, Mr. Boom and I go just about everywhere together and I never even question it. I'm so comfortable being armed around the straights that I have to be careful not to swagger into an establishment that don't respect Mr. Boom's presence. Was standing in line that the PO for stamps about a month ago when I had to excuse myself right quick!

    When I visit these locations, which I try very hard to avoid....well Mr. Boom just hangs out under the drivers seat keeping an eye on a impossible to reach and ever shriveling French Fry or two.

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