Sounds good Jon, hopefully we'll get several of us to commit. Rabid SA-XD and Schofield as well as any other lurkers out there. I am up for anything... Shooting, BBQ, dinner, hiking, maybe even fishing... Might want to keep in mind the questionable restaurant rule that Baradium and I were discussing..
(d) In a prosecution under (a)(2) of this section, it is
(1) an affirmative defense that
(A) [Repealed, Sec. 7 ch 62 SLA 2003].
(B) the loaded firearm was a concealed handgun as defined in AS 18.65.790; and
(C) the possession occurred at a place designated as a restaurant for the purposes of AS 04.16.049and the defendant did not consume intoxicating liquor at the place;
We may need an opinion from the Attorney General or something but it really seems to me that where alcohol is served for on-premises consumption, the firearm must be unloaded or concealed. Just something to keep in mind as we decide what to do..