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jeffkaiser1989 10-19-2013 09:05 PM

Hollywood casino in rossford oh
 
The Hollywood casino apparently does not permit CCW/CHL holders to carry inside the casino. Just thought i would pass this along

Hairtrigger 10-19-2013 11:29 PM

somehow not suprised
Toledo is big union town..... too much thuggery

boatme98 10-19-2013 11:50 PM

I don't know but there's any casino that would allow carry. To many drunk losers to chance losing a deaier over a bad hand. ;)

MisterMcCool 10-20-2013 12:31 AM

People who lose their fortune at casinos might be tempted to commit suicide. One guy jumped from a penthouse window at the Las Vegas Luxor. Bruised himself pretty good on the balcony below. Turns out a pyramid is a pretty safe design. :p

primer1 10-20-2013 05:35 AM

I was there once, and lost enough $ to buy a new .22 lr. Being a gun nut, I'd rather have the gun than the memory of not being able to carry while losing my hard earned $.

fupuk 10-20-2013 08:37 AM

I know in Michigan its a law that you can not carry at a casino.

Argyle_Armoring 10-20-2013 01:30 PM

I don't know any casinos that allow carry inside their doors, at least not here in Oklahoma. I do believe casinos in Vegas which have a hotel attached allow it though. I might be wrong though.

ShagNasty1001 10-20-2013 01:47 PM

I'm a card dealer at a casino and it is extremely illegal to carry on property. Vegas might be different, don't know, never been but for us lowly Indian casinos, we're federal property and last I checked, guns on fed property is frowned upon

Rick1967 10-20-2013 01:56 PM

Hmm, the Indian reservation thing is interesting. I was driving through Arizona on my way to the Grand Canyon. Did not go to a casino. I checked a website run by the state of Arizona. It said that Colorado concealed weapon permits were recognized but Indian Reservations did not have to honor it. It was recommended that the carrier call the tribal police department and ask. That is what I did. They were very polite and told me I could carry. They never said anything about buildings being federal property.

ShagNasty1001 10-20-2013 02:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Rick1967
Hmm, the Indian reservation thing is interesting. I was driving through Arizona on my way to the Grand Canyon. Did not go to a casino. I checked a website run by the state of Arizona. It said that Colorado concealed weapon permits were recognized but Indian Reservations did not have to honor it. It was recommended that the carrier call the tribal police department and ask. That is what I did. They were very polite and told me I could carry. They never said anything about buildings being federal property.

Our casinos aren't on reservations, just tribal property since they're all over the state, casino wise. While we do have tribal police, they frown upon any weapons on their property. I can take a picture of the sign when I go in to work tonight if you would like


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