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Old 03-02-2014, 06:24 PM   #11
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licquor stores derive more than 51% of their revenue from the sale of alcohol. bars, clubs, and saloons derive more than 51% from the sale of alcohol. places like Appleby's, Chili's and TGIF derive less than 51% of their revenue from the sale of alcohol.

now here's and interesting one to think about. there are sum clubs in Texas that operate under BYOB rule. they sell set-ups, but no alcohol. you can bring in your own bottle of licquor or beer or whatever. now unless i'm mistaken, they also don't have to have a licquor license either, but i'm not 100% sure about that, because they are not selling alcohol. now these places are where people are consuming alcohol, but it's not deriving it's revenue from the sale of alcohol, so technically carry here would be legal.

now i simply put this out there for discussion and opinions and something to ponder over.
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That is big talk coming from a guy that lives in a state where open carry is illegal.
Look who's talking. Last time I checked, Colorado had a problem with anti gun Libs making laws in their state.
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That is big talk coming from a guy that lives in a state where open carry is illegal.
LMAO! good one!
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Look who's talking. Last time I checked, Colorado had a problem with anti gun Libs making laws in their state.
oooo...that's even better!

i have upped your status to "texas ranger!"
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The sign does not say Federal offense- says Felony.

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Now play nice, or we will cut Alaska into 3 parts, and make Texas the 4th largest state....


HAW! nice...see we can have our fun. no hurt feelings here.

and i'll take being insulted in texas over living in Virginia any day!
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felony, federal offense....so easy for use law abiding citizens to not notice the difference, but thanks for the info!

now i have some in my family far more versed in the legal system, through personal experience...not law degrees.
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That is big talk coming from a guy that lives in a state where open carry is illegal.
do you know i can buy a 100 round drum magazine?

of course, i won't....but still....

thanks all for the info! sorry for the "duh" question.
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Hawk, I will (grudgingly) admit to having VERY fond memories of Denton Tx- and a place that was then called Texas Women's University- or as we called it- "The Happy Hunting Ground"!

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"On premises consumption" is the key wording in Texas law.

Therefore, liquor stores are legal to carry into. Oklahoma has almost the exact same wording in their laws. When I was living there I carried into the liquor store all the time and the owner knew it. We talked guns all the time, he let me know (and see) his under counter anti-bad-guy tool, and heck, I even bought a case of beer once with a box of 380's.

As far as the 30.06 signs at establishments that are not federally listed or derive 51% of their business from alcohol.... NEVER EVER SEEN ONE!!! Of course living in Austin I don't doubt you have seen them.
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