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Old 05-13-2013, 03:28 AM   #11
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Nevada State Law say's you can carry anywhere that is not a federal or county building, or any building that says you can't AND has metal detectors at EVERY public entrance.

You can CCW in Casinos. I do it every time.

There are no signs asking you not to, and all they can do is ask you to leave if for some reason they figure out you have one.

We have gun shows in the casino's for God's sake!!

It's called concealed for a reason and there is no law against it in this very gun friendly state.

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OMG People!!

Nevada State Law say's you can carry anywhere that is not a federal or county building, or any building that says you can't AND has metal detectors at EVERY public entrance.

You can CCW in Casinos. I do it every time.

There are no signs asking you not to, and all they can do is ask you to leave if for some reason they figure out you have one.

We have gun shows in the casino's for God's sake!!

It's called concealed for a reason and there is no law against it in this very gun friendly state.

Mud

Las Vegas, NV
OMG Mud!!!

We should maybe check to see what state he is in before you call US crazy. Here in Indiana you can't carry in a casino. If you want to be a RESPONSIBLE gun owner then why press your luck and lose your license to carry into a building that you are not supposed to in the first place.
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Having a permit to carry a concealed handgun and carrying a Glock is a contradiction.

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OMG People!!

Nevada State Law say's you can carry anywhere that is not a federal or county building, or any building that says you can't AND has metal detectors at EVERY public entrance.

You can CCW in Casinos. I do it every time.

There are no signs asking you not to, and all they can do is ask you to leave if for some reason they figure out you have one.

We have gun shows in the casino's for God's sake!!

It's called concealed for a reason and there is no law against it in this very gun friendly state.

Mud

Las Vegas, NV
Maybe you can carry in one if it's not native owned but here in Oklahoma, they all are native owned making them federal grounds therefore making them federal buildings and you cannot..
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We are not going to play "take a tour of all 57 states". The law where YOU are can be significantly different where where another person is. BTW, if property is legally designated as Tribal Lands, then the laws of the Tribe (and Federal laws) apply.

The original poster is in Florida. There is no statutory prohibition on carrying in a casino that has no posted warning, but there are limits on carry in establishments that serve alcohol.

While I have had the authority to carry a firearm for about 42 years, there are places where I know I cannot carry. Avoid them when I can, do not carry when I can't.

And as a forum, if it is not legal, we CANNOT endorse it.

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