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  1. Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    all I can offer is that you broke no FLA laws when you carried into the casino, however if you were to be discovered carrying in there you would be asked in what might be a not so nice manner to leave, failure to comply with that request would more than likely get you arrested and charged with armed trespass
    If the Casino is off Reservation then you would be correct.

    This would be incorrect on a Reservation. Reservation gun laws supersede FL State law. You can be arrested for carrying on a reservation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pafindr View Post
    If the Casino is off Reservation then you would be correct.

    This would be incorrect on a Reservation. Reservation gun laws supersede FL State law. You can be arrested for carrying on a reservation.
    thanks for your clarification, I believe that the OP asked about the casino in Tampa, AFAIK that is not on any reservation

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    Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by pafindr View Post
    If the Casino is off Reservation then you would be correct.

    This would be incorrect on a Reservation. Reservation gun laws supersede FL State law. You can be arrested for carrying on a reservation.
    thanks for your clarification, I believe that the OP asked about the casino in Tampa, AFAIK that is not on any reservation
    I would think, given FL law on gambling, that the fact the casino is there means it is tribal land.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the dark View Post
    I would think, given FL law on gambling, that the fact the casino is there means it is tribal land.
    Looks like it is. (granted reservation status)

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    then I stand corrected, I didn't know that a reservation was concocted for the casino. then all bets are off and carrying a weapon there could bring serious consequences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    all I can offer is that you broke no FLA laws when you carried into the casino, however if you were to be discovered carrying in there you would be asked in what might be a not so nice manner to leave, failure to comply with that request would more than likely get you arrested and charged with armed trespass
    Finally, somebody gets it right for Florida.

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    Cleveland Horseshoe Casino has a sign on every door stating no guns allowed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cluznar View Post
    Cleveland Horseshoe Casino has a sign on every door stating no guns allowed.
    if signs like that have the law backing them then those signs are adequate notice to keep a gun carrier off the premises however in many states signs like that have little if any law backing them up, and FLA where the OP said the casino was is one of those states where signs mean nothing. YMMV

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    Casino Carry (Tampa)

    The question now is, where can I find the tribal gun law of the Florida Indian reservation like seminol and micosuki?

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    I'm not a lawyer, but these reservation casinos should that be under federal law. I don't get these Indian treaties casinos. And why they have special laws. The 1800's is way over.
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