joshmmm wrote:It is legal for them to display that sign as the RCW on it refers to only those places of an establishement that are off limits to persons under 21 as determined by the state liquor control board.So yesterday afternoon (Sunday) I stopped by one of the casinos I haven't been to in a while. This is the Drift on Inn Roadhouse casino on highway 99 at approximately 173rd in Shoreline.
This particular casino is 18 and over with a very small bar area that is restricted to 21+.
Posted on the outside door is a Washington state no firearms sign. (the one bars are, I think, required to post). This sign was also posted inside. Additionally, on the same front door a sign reads that 18 year olds are welcome. Obviously it is not against the law to have a weapon inside the casino area as it is not 21+.
Is it legal to display the official Washington state law saying it is a violation of law to bring a gun in?
ps. I carried anyway (of course--since it is legal). I always choose to carry concealed in casinos anyway as the seating is not very conducive to good retention and being able to watch your surroundings.