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    OC in an establishment that serves alcohol

    Is it true that you can OC in Wisconsin in an establishment that serves alcohol if you have permission?

    Can anyone direct me to the WI law that clarifys this?

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    941.237... Try the search function next time.

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    I forgot to add, yes it is true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TyGuy View Post
    Is it true that you can OC in Wisconsin in an establishment that serves alcohol if you have permission?

    Can anyone direct me to the WI law that clarifys this?
    TyGuy:

    www.wisconsincarry.org/legal.html has several citations of pertinent WI laws regarding carry. http://www.wisconsincarry.org/pdf/ca...onsliprev5.pdf is an actual "permission" slip a WCI member made up. If you print it duplex, the form comes out on the front (the part the oner/manager fills in) and the pertinent statute prints on the back.

    Carry On.

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    I'm trying to organize an OC dinner up in Beloit. I was thinking that Applebees might be nice, but I'd need to contact the owner/manager to get their permission.

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    You need the permission of the particular owner or manager who is issued the Ch. 125 permit.

    The possession or use of a handgun on the premises if authorized for a specific event of limited duration by the owner or manager of the premises who is issued the Class “B” or “Class B” license or permit under ch. 125 for the premises.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TyGuy View Post
    I'm trying to organize an OC dinner up in Beloit. I was thinking that Applebees might be nice, but I'd need to contact the owner/manager to get their permission.
    Let me know I'd probably be willing to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teamtnt2004 View Post
    Let me know I'd probably be willing to go.
    Me too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Huffman View Post
    You need the permission of the particular owner or manager who is issued the Ch. 125 permit.
    What is a Ch 125 permit? Is that the liquor license?

    I think the prevailing notion is that we will have it at Culvers in Beloit Saturday evening August 21st. The exact time has not been set. I think we'll eat inside and then do desert outside on the benches, so that we don't take up valuable seating space while we just sit and BS. I would like it to be a positive experience for the restaraunt, not a negative one.

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    I'd be willing to attend as well. I'm a sucker for a good meal!

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    They are corporate...you should find out what they do in states that have CCW permits. If they ban firearms in their restaurant in those states, you will be hard-pressed to get them to allow it here.

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    Culver's does not that I know serve alcohol (or fine cuisine), so advance permission is not legally required. The general consensus seems to be "ask forgiveness not permission" because a business may default thoughtlessly to 'no' and even making it a general policy. If clarification of policy on armed customers is negative then effective trespass notice is easy to argue.

    I requested clarification for my benefit and Culvers has not responded, now twenty-four hours later.
    Last edited by Doug Huffman; 08-10-2010 at 05:33 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CUOfficer View Post
    They are corporate....
    Who? Applebees or Culvers? Culvers has a franchise system so not all locations are Corporate.

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    I meant to ask for permission if we did a group at Applebees. However, it's going to be at Culvers, so I just plan on showing up.

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    I carry in Culvers all the time. No problems...

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    Becasue your special, Culvers is special or because Culvers does not serve alcohol?

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    Heh heh heh. Almost well said.

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    Culver's does not have a corporate policy on customers' firearms and has not provided guidance to their franchisees in this area.

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    I believe we'll be meeting at the Beloit Culvers at 7pm on Saturday August 21st.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TyGuy View Post
    I believe we'll be meeting at the Beloit Culvers at 7pm on Saturday August 21st.
    I put it on the calender and will try and make it. I think you should re-post this so more people will see it, the thread title gives no indication of a meet.

    Also to be sure, this is the location correct?

    Culver's of Beloit, WI
    2676 Cranston Road
    Beloit, WI 53511


    The flavor of the day will be Just Drummy, never had that.
    Last edited by Jason in WI; 08-14-2010 at 12:45 AM.

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    We have about 17 RSVPed for the event so far. 7pm Saturday August 21st at the Culvers in Beloit on Cranston

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    I'd love to make it, however, that is my wife's birthday and I would need a weapon for self defense if I took her to Culvers for her birthday.

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    Link to meet-up thread over at ICarry.org

    I'm still going to try and make it but, we got busy at the shop and I have to see what time I can get out on Saturday. I have to remember to map-quest Beloit and see how far away it is. As slow as it is and now that they have our road closed for construction, I don't mind staying late as long as we have work .
    Last edited by Jason in WI; 08-20-2010 at 03:09 AM. Reason: Added link and fixed incoherent sentence.

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    83 miles by major roads.

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    Lol Paul, and yeah I should probably have linked it over to Icarry. That's where I started the get together.

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