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    If I have a friend that owns and operates a Bar and Grill in SC, and he gives me permission to be in his establishment while carry concealed, am I still breaking SC law

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    Yes

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    16-23-465

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    Hef wrote:
    16-23-465
    Does this only pertain to a bar or ALL Alcoholic Establishments (serving or selling)? What about 23-31-220/235? Does 16-23-465 "out trump" them?

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    Smurfologist wrote:
    Hef wrote:
    16-23-465
    Does this only pertain to a bar or ALL Alcoholic Establishments (serving or selling)? What about 23-31-220/235? Does 16-23-465 "out trump" them?

    2nd Amendment.......Use it.......Or, lose it!!:X
    Only law enforcement officers acting in an official capacity may carry a firearm into any establishment licensed to sell alcohol for on-premise consumption. SC law does differentiate between restaurants and bars/nightclubs.

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    Hef wrote:
    Smurfologist wrote:
    Hef wrote:
    16-23-465
    Does this only pertain to a bar or ALL Alcoholic Establishments (serving or selling)? What about 23-31-220/235? Does 16-23-465 "out trump" them?

    2nd Amendment.......Use it.......Or, lose it!!:X
    Only law enforcement officers acting in an official capacity may carry a firearm into any establishment licensed to sell alcohol for on-premise consumption. SC law does differentiate between restaurants and bars/nightclubs.
    Clear as a bell. Thanks!!

    2nd Amendment........Use it..........Or, lose it!!:X

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    Hef wrote:
    Smurfologist wrote:
    Hef wrote:
    16-23-465
    Does this only pertain to a bar or ALL Alcoholic Establishments (serving or selling)? What about 23-31-220/235? Does 16-23-465 "out trump" them?

    2nd Amendment.......Use it.......Or, lose it!!:X
    Only law enforcement officers acting in an official capacity may carry a firearm into any establishment licensed to sell alcohol for on-premise consumption. SC law does differentiate between restaurants and bars/nightclubs.
    Shouldn't that be does NOT differentiate

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    PT111 wrote:
    Hef wrote:
    Smurfologist wrote:
    Hef wrote:
    16-23-465
    Does this only pertain to a bar or ALL Alcoholic Establishments (serving or selling)? What about 23-31-220/235? Does 16-23-465 "out trump" them?

    2nd Amendment.......Use it.......Or, lose it!!:X
    Only law enforcement officers acting in an official capacity may carry a firearm into any establishment licensed to sell alcohol for on-premise consumption. SC law does differentiate between restaurants and bars/nightclubs.
    Shouldn't that be does NOT differentiate
    You are correct. Sorry for the typo.

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