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    Even with all the issues with BWW's around the area, I have never had a problem with this location. Until today. I was getting my food to go like I normally do when a nice waitress inquired about my strap. After a nice conversation (and finding out she is from Germany..which is why it's foreign to her) another worker stated that I needed to go to the bar, get my food, and leave. I asked them to bring it out since I can not step foot into the bar and we proceeded to debate the fact of whether or not it's allowed in the building. I pulled out my droid and showed him the law and his response was that it is a company policy because BWW is a "family establishment" and they have the no gun sign, but just need to put it up on the door. By this time my food was out and I told him my gun and I family friendly and it's only the criminals who need to worry.

    I know there are a million threads on this already, but has anyone asked the corporate offices about this yet?
    "I rather be judged by 12, than carried by 6."
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    Why can't you step foot in the bar? Are you under 21?

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    timf343 wrote:
    Why can't you step foot in the bar? Are you under 21?
    Last I heard there is an NRS stating that weapons are prohibited any place alcohol is being served unless it's partitioned off. It was long ago so maybe it has changed or someone had their info crossed.
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    No...... The only thing related to alcohol is NRS 202.257, which states you cannot be intoxicated with a BAC of 0.10 or greater. There's no law against being in a bar, or even drinking there.

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    OK what is a BWW and who told you, you cant go in a bar....????
    You might like to read The cool pamphlet on laws on this forum...good info.....

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    Buffalo Wild Wings, and where is that thread on the laws? Sorry new to the forums.
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    MilitaryMike wrote:
    Buffalo Wild Wings, and where is that thread on the laws? Sorry new to the forums.
    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/attachment.php?id=11189

    verrrrrry well done.....

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    doninvegas wrote:
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    Buffalo Wild Wings, and where is that thread on the laws? Sorry new to the forums.
    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/attachment.php?id=11189
    404 File not found.
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    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/attachment.php?id=11189

    it worked for me...try cut, copy and paste it ...

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    Yup, that worked. My bad.
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    Warning: Now they have a sign. Too bad it's inside the door..

    "I rather be judged by 12, than carried by 6."
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    timf343 wrote:
    No...... The only thing related to alcohol is NRS 202.257, which states you cannot be intoxicated with a BAC of 0.10 or greater. There's no law against being in a bar, or even drinking there.
    Does Nevada have a law that specifically prohibits gun carry while intoxicated?

    If so, that sounds like a really good law.

    Guns and highly intoxicated people don't mix. Not well, anyway.

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    HankT wrote:
    timf343 wrote:
    No...... The only thing related to alcohol is NRS 202.257, which states you cannot be intoxicated with a BAC of 0.10 or greater. There's no law against being in a bar, or even drinking there.
    Does Nevada have a law that specifically prohibits gun carry while intoxicated?

    If so, that sounds like a really good law.

    Guns and highly intoxicated people don't mix. Not well, anyway.
    Can't blow a .1 or higher while armed up in public. However on your property, you can do what you wish unless you get stupid.
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    MilitaryMike wrote:
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    timf343 wrote:
    No...... The only thing related to alcohol is NRS 202.257, which states you cannot be intoxicated with a BAC of 0.10 or greater. There's no law against being in a bar, or even drinking there.
    Does Nevada have a law that specifically prohibits gun carry while intoxicated?

    If so, that sounds like a really good law.

    Guns and highly intoxicated people don't mix. Not well, anyway.
    Can't blow a .1 or higher while armed up in public. However on your property, you can do what you wish unless you get stupid.
    OK. Makes sense that at home it would be (much) less restrictive.

    But in public, it's like a DUI....only it's CUI...or CGUI....

    Seems reasonable. Especially for someone who was CUI and at extremely high levels of intoxication--say at .15 or higher.

    Not much defense if someone gets caught....

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    Sorry, If you are drinking, you should not be out in public carrying. I know some gun ranges that have rules saying no alcohol within 24 hours of coming to the range.

    I know one thing, OC has slowed my drinking, therefore saving me some cash!:celebrate

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    I know some gun ranges that have rules saying no alcohol within 24 hours of coming to the range.

    Fascist Pigs, How can they just attack the Constitution and take away your right of Freedom of choice, and persuite of happiness like that…:what:


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    dchoepp wrote:
    Sorry, If you are drinking, you should not be out in public carrying. I know some gun ranges that have rules saying no alcohol within 24 hours of coming to the range.
    That's interesting. Are these gun ranges in the Carson City area or elsewhere in NV?

    How well do the customers accept the restrictions?

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    These ranges are close to Rochester, MN. I haven't seen any here in Carson that say this, however I never read the rules at the range either! I'll be checking tomorrow.

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    dchoepp wrote:
    Sorry, If you are drinking, you should not be out in public carrying. I know some gun ranges that have rules saying no alcohol within 24 hours of coming to the range.

    I know one thing, OC has slowed my drinking, therefore saving me some cash!:celebrate
    So, if I go out to eat and have a glass of wine with my meal that means, to you, that I give up the right to protect myself?

    NOT in Nevada.

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    CowboyKen wrote:
    dchoepp wrote:
    Sorry, If you are drinking, you should not be out in public carrying. I know some gun ranges that have rules saying no alcohol within 24 hours of coming to the range.

    I know one thing, OC has slowed my drinking, therefore saving me some cash!:celebrate
    So, if I go out to eat and have a glass of wine with my meal that means, to you, that I give up the right to protect myself?

    NOT in Nevada.

    Ken
    It seems you have put parameters to my very vague and generalized comment. I never said you should not protect yourself. I never mentioned "A" glass of wine. By "drinking" in definition or in context of this thread I was meaning multiple drinks or in excess.

    Personally, I think we have enough trouble with OC and gun laws that, if you wish to drink, maybe you should stay at home and do it or think about what's more important, OC or having that drink.

    Obviously if "you" are out OCing, having "a" glass of wine with your meal, and you need to protect yourself, it's not going to be a problem.

    However, if you are out "drinking" and thats about it, probably going to create some problems. The last thing the OC community needs is someone making a bad decision because they are intoxicated, which was the context of my response.

    Which ever way you want to "spin" it is up to you.

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    You are some thread hi-jacking bastards! haha. Good conversation that has come of this though. dchoepp wins with the common sense way to take this thread. Duh!
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    dchoepp wrote:
    CowboyKen wrote:
    dchoepp wrote:
    Sorry, If you are drinking, you should not be out in public carrying. I know some gun ranges that have rules saying no alcohol within 24 hours of coming to the range.

    I know one thing, OC has slowed my drinking, therefore saving me some cash!:celebrate
    So, if I go out to eat and have a glass of wine with my meal that means, to you, that I give up the right to protect myself?

    NOT in Nevada.

    Ken
    It seems you have put parameters to my very vague and generalized comment. I never said you should not protect yourself. I never mentioned "A" glass of wine. By "drinking" in definition or in context of this thread I was meaning multiple drinks or in excess.

    Personally, I think we have enough trouble with OC and gun laws that, if you wish to drink, maybe you should stay at home and do it or think about what's more important, OC or having that drink.

    Obviously if "you" are out OCing, having "a" glass of wine with your meal, and you need to protect yourself, it's not going to be a problem.

    However, if you are out "drinking" and thats about it, probably going to create some problems. The last thing the OC community needs is someone making a bad decision because they are intoxicated, which was the context of my response.

    Which ever way you want to "spin" it is up to you.
    "a glass of wine" fits perfectly into "if you are drinking."

    "if you are out drinking" is another thing.
    "Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety." Benjamin Franklin

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