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Old 02-25-2013, 04:03 AM   #81
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now what i'm saying is simply my opinion, not law by any means.

IMO, guns and alcohol do not mix. even if it were legal to drink and carry, i still wouldn't. and some states you can legally carry and drink, as long as you're not intoxicated. like i said this strictly my opinion.
When I go to drink I don't carry ..but every other weekend I am the dd and since I'm sober I carry ...
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When I go to drink I don't carry ..but every other weekend I am the dd and since I'm sober I carry ...
that's good. very good approach. and being and having a DD is very responsible too.
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that's good. very good approach. and being and having a DD is very responsible too.
Well I am my sons only role model so I try to be a good one ..and as for being a dd I have been to more than one of my close friends ( brothers ) funerals and I'm not trying to lose anymore
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check your state laws. never rely upon what other say, even a LEO. they can and are wrong too.

everystate has different laws concerning carrying within a bar or club. some you can some you can't. read up on the laws in your state. know them.
Thats why i provided the source, i check the site every couple monthes just to stay up to on the laws.

As far as the drinking while carrying thing goes: I dont go to bars anymore but sometimes ill have a beer with my dinner at a resturant. Im not surrendering my right to defend myself and family just because i wanted a samuel adams with my steak.
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Once you fully decide to support the SECOND AMENDMENT 24/7, do we really have the option of public drinking? If you want to barricade yourself in your mancave and have a beer, that seems less out of place. IMHO.

I don't crave the lower state of awareness of duct taping my fingers together to play a guitar, and likewise I don't seek out the lower state of awareness by even sipping alcohol.

Nebraska: someone correct me if I am wrong, open carry is okay with legal limits of bloodstream alcohol levels, but concealed carry has zero tollarance bloodstream levels.

As both ways of carry are rights under the Second Amendment, it is interesting one has I higher standard with tuff penalties under the law.

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Once you fully decide to support the SECOND AMENDMENT 24/7, do we really have the option of public drinking? If you want to barricade yourself in your mancave and have a beer, that seems less out of place. IMHO.

I don't crave the lower state of awareness of duct taping my fingers together to play a guitar, and likewise I don't seek out the lower state of awareness by even sipping alcohol.

Nebraska: someone correct me if I am wrong, open carry is okay with legal limits of bloodstream alcohol levels, but concealed carry has zero tollarance bloodstream levels.

As both ways of carry are rights under the Second Amendment, it is interesting one has I higher standard with tuff penalties under the law.
YES I DO HAVE THAT OPTION ..when I go to get sh** faced I don't carry ,but if I go to play pool and have a few drinks I feel I have the right to protect myself ..just because my b.a.c. is above .08 dose not mean I'm drunk one beer is .08 I no how much I can handle so to you I say yes I do have the option of public drinking
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As is the case here in Indiana. No gun signs here have no legal weight. If a store owner hangs a no gun sign and its discovered youre carrying the most they can do is ask you to leave. If you dont leave then you can be charged with trespassing.

We have no law against carrying in bars and resturants that serve alcohol.

Churches are also not off limits.

We can in fact carry to a school, if dropping off or picking up our kids, but the weapon cannot leave the vehicle.

Also, our permit isnt a ccw, its a handgun permit, which allows either concealed or open carry.

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http://www.usacarry.com/indiana_concealed_carry_permit_information.html
I have family in indiana, i rather like the state, just gets too damn hot in the summer.
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I have family in indiana, i rather like the state, just gets too damn hot in the summer.
Yea it gets pretty hot here but its the humidity that's oppressive. Try 105 degrees with nearly 100% humidity.
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I know this link has been posted many times before, but here it is again:
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Yea it gets pretty hot here but its the humidity that's oppressive. Try 105 degrees with nearly 100% humidity.
I was there last june. Had a lot of fun though.
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