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    Thanks chrode, those may come in handy soon!
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    Well, it looks like I'm a minority of one on this issue. Gotta admit, I hope you're right and that I'm wrong. Time will tell. I wasn't trying to demean the overwhelming number of law-abiding concealed carriers. If I unintentionally slighted anyone, I do apologize. By the way, I'll still look for a corner seat the next time I'm in a pub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Zebra View Post
    Well, it looks like I'm a minority of one on this issue. Gotta admit, I hope you're right and that I'm wrong. Time will tell. I wasn't trying to demean the overwhelming number of law-abiding concealed carriers. If I unintentionally slighted anyone, I do apologize. By the way, I'll still look for a corner seat the next time I'm in a pub.
    No problem, and no offense taken. I just wanted to try to point out how the anti's and the media have instilled these "Wild West" fears into us, and how it never happens the way they predict.

    Never a bad idea, though, to grab the corner seat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Zebra View Post
    ...a group of licensed-for-concealed-carry folks enter an establishment where alcohol is served. One of them is carrying. That person orders a non-alcoholic beverage. Next round, the gun is passed to the right and that person, who consumed an alcoholic drink in the first round, now orders a non-alcoholic beverage. And so on and so on...
    You really go out of your way to dream up bizarre scenarios to worry about don't you. We have legal carry where alcohol is served here in Nevada and we may drink too (.10 is the limit while armed). I have never heard anyone suggest such a bizarre activity--not even as a joke.


    BTW--a corner seat is always a prudent choice in a public location...
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    Here we go again.

    Nevada is a classic example that legal guns in bars, casinos and other establishments works. We've been shall issue since 1995. Bars, casinos, legal brothels, adult establishments and the like were never prohibited areas in Nevada. I shake my head at States that prohibit casino and bar carry. We've been doing it more than most States.

    It's all about individual responsibility. Consider the pattern of behavior. If someone has a history of being drunk and disorderly in public chances are they will fail the background check to get a CCW in most States and most likely will have a DUI or two on their record.
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    In response to the media I have seen the exact same thing happening in TN with the law they just passed allowing you to carry into an establishment as long as there is no sign posted (laws says what it must say not just no guns allowed), you dont consume alcohol, its not an age restricted establishment and they have to serve atleast 1 meal aday 5 days aweek and yet the media still claims that it is insane to mix alcohol and guns and allow anyone to carry into bars. I think I could use a single shot pea shooter and put holes in the stories left and right. also they are complaining about the law in work to carry in parks and the Memphis mayor said that if our citizens feel they need to carry in parks then we have a bigger problem then throwing more guns at it will solve. I currently live in GA and the media will subside with time on both issues for now in AZ just ignore the ignorant and enjoy the right to protect yourself and your family while at dinner at your favorite restaraunt.
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  9. I attempted to carry into an establishment last night and was informed that the new AZ law does not go into effect until Sept. 1.....does anyone know if this is true?

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    2009 Bills
    The 2009 Legislative session ran from January 12, 2009 through July 1, 2009.
    Firearms related bills that AzCDL monitored are listed below.
    The effective date of legislation, signed by the Governor, is September 30th.
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  11. Thank you for the reply. That information doesn't seem to be getting out there. None of my other CCW friends knew that.

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