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    I will be in Ocean Shores mid July.. any issues OCing in that area?

    Thanks in advance.


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    Shouldn't as long as you follow the rules on where you can't carry a gun in this state. You need to have a WA CPL or one with a reciprocal agreement with WA to carry loaded in a vehicle. Otherwise stay out of bars, secure buildings and schools and you'll be fine.



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    sv_libertarian wrote:
    You need to have a WA CPL or one with a reciprocal agreement with WA to carry loaded in a vehicle. Otherwise stay out of bars, secure buildings and schools and you'll be fine.

    Thanks.. waitng on my UTAH permit in the mail.
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    I have had np here in Hoquiam and im sure you will not at the beach.
    Im 30 min from Ocean Shores.

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    sv_libertarian wrote:
    Otherwise stay out of bars.

    Is a bar and a restaurant that serves wine, beer and mixed drinks the same as a bar? (Sorry.. coming from VA).
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    As long as the restaurant has a separate area for the bar. The area should have a sign that says no one under 21. As long as you are not in the bar area your good to go.

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    ed wrote:
    sv_libertarian wrote:
    Otherwise stay out of bars.

    Is a bar and a restaurant that serves wine, beer and mixed drinks the same as a bar? (Sorry.. coming from VA).
    Washington law only probits carrying your firearm in that portion of the premisis declared off limits to persons under the age of 21 by the WSLCB.

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    dlnwoody wrote:
    As long as the restaurant has a separate area for the bar. The area should have a sign that says no one under 21. As long as you are not in the bar area your good to go.
    To clarify that statement, the sign will say "NO MINORS" in big black letters at the entrance to the over-21 area of the establishment. It will have a WA Liquor Control Board symbol and wording at the bottom, as below:


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    Just as an aside to the bar vs restaurant issue, some restaurants that serve drinks in the dining room but who have a separate bar or lounge area have been posting the entire restaurant as off limits. This is wrong. The Liquor Control Board agrees and will correct it if made aware. I've mostly heard of it on the dry side of the mountains but it could crop up anywhere, I suppose. File this under "just so you know".

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    Machoduck wrote:
    Just as an aside to the bar vs restaurant issue, some restaurants that serve drinks in the dining room but who have a separate bar or lounge area have been posting the entire restaurant as off limits. This is wrong. The Liquor Control Board agrees and will correct it if made aware. I've mostly heard of it on the dry side of the mountains but it could crop up anywhere, I suppose. File this under "just so you know".

    MD
    It has happened on the wet side too. Like you say, report it to the Enforcement Division of the State Liquor Board and they will fix the problem for you.

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    Applied this morning for my permit at Ocean Shores Police Department.
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    I guess its a good thing I did not bring my firearm as my hotel (and casnio) said I would not be able to bring it into my room and is posted at the entrance. I asked... isn't that JUST the casnio and they said it is the whole property.
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    ed wrote:
    I guess its a good thing I did not bring my firearm as my hotel (and casnio) said I would not be able to bring it into my room and is posted at the entrance. I asked... isn't that JUST the casnio and they said it is the whole property.
    That's interesting as when you rent the room it becomes your abode and you get to have a weapon. My policy with hotels and casinos is conceal while in the building and ignore their BS while in the room and out and about..

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    Doesn't matter THIS trip anyway.. but this is the place:

    www.quinaultbeachresort.com

    78 State Route 115
    Ocean Shores, WA 98569
    (360) 289-9466

    Carry On.

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    ed wrote:
    Doesn't matter THIS trip anyway.. but this is the place:

    http://www.quinaultbeachresort.com

    78 State Route 115
    Ocean Shores, WA 98569
    (360) 289-9466
    Was there this sping at the wife's Fire Commissomers convention and like I said we concealed in the public areas (we don't do Indian casinos), Guns on tables in the room and OCed when away from the hotel.

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