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Thread: Passing thru NM on the way to Bike Week in Arizona.

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    I just need to know about transporting in a vehicle as I'm passing thru and about open/conceal carry in restaurants that serve alcoholif we stop to eat. I have a Texas CHL.
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    No problem transporting in your vehicle. However, no open or concealed carry in any restaurants that serve alcohol. After July 1, 2010, you may carry concealed in restaurants that serve beer/wine only if you have a CHL.

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    My son is coming along in another vehicle. Is there a problem with him carrying in the car? He doesn't have CHL.
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    No problem. You do not need a CHL to carry in a car in NM. Have a good trip.

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    Thanks a lot, guy.
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    One more thing, Concealed carry WITHOUT a permit is legal. As long as the magazine is not inserted in the gun, and carrying concealed without a permit with a loaded gun, is a petty misdemeanor.



    And of course, OC is G2G outside of some government buildings, school zones, and establishments that sell alchohol for on or off site consumption.

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    What? Did I read correctly? As of July 1, of this year, we can conceal carry when eating in an establishment that serves beer or wine. When did this pass? Citation?

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    Recently. Just be sure hard liquor is not ALSO served there...ONLY beer/wine!

    In my case, when I visit ABQ, I can go to Flying Star but not The County Line.

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    (formerly of Colorado Springs, CO)

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    jhow1nm2 wrote:
    What? Did I read correctly? As of July 1, of this year, we can conceal carry when eating in an establishment that serves beer or wine. When did this pass? Citation?
    CITATION: That was Senate Bill 40 under another post. Thanks to Steve Aiken in Clovis for getting this passed.

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