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    Green Bay area taverns ponder concealed carry ban - Some Bars may allow weapons

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    isnt there a law on consuming while carrying? not that anyone would know until you had police contact, but still. OH boy, I can see some messy things comin up, but great for the security industry
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    Quote Originally Posted by WisconsinPI View Post
    isnt there a law on consuming while carrying? not that anyone would know until you had police contact, but still. OH boy, I can see some messy things comin up, but great for the security industry
    YES, in act 35 it's perfectly legal to ccw in a tavern but NO drinking alcohol >> 0 BAC ... so bars will make a killing on Soda sales $1.00 or more on something that cost them .05 cents from the soda gun...Soda is pure profit, they make more on Soda than they do on alcohol sales...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GLOCK21GB View Post
    YES, in act 35 it's perfectly legal to ccw in a tavern but NO drinking alcohol >> 0 BAC ... so bars will make a killing on Soda sales $1.00 or more on something that cost them .05 cents from the soda gun...Soda is pure profit, they make more on Soda than they do on alcohol sales...
    ...not to mention, not having to clean as many "chunks" out of the urinals
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    Quote Originally Posted by WisconsinPI View Post
    isnt there a law on consuming while carrying? not that anyone would know until you had police contact, but still. OH boy, I can see some messy things comin up, but great for the security industry
    Depends.

    If I oc with permission, I can drink. If I oc or cc without permission (using my permit) I can't.

    No matter what, there is the 'materially impaired while having a gun' law.

    Having a beer or two is legal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul@paul-fisher.com View Post
    Having a beer or two is legal.
    Standard drinks have the same amounts of alcohol, ~0.6 floz alcohol in 12 floz beer, 5 floz wine and 1.5 floz 80 proof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herr Heckler Koch View Post
    Standard drinks have the same amounts of alcohol, ~0.6 floz alcohol in 12 floz beer, 5 floz wine and 1.5 floz 80 proof.
    Thanks?

    OK, a beer or two, a shot or two, a glass of wine or two.

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    "Only concealed carry permit holders are allowed to carry weapons into bars or taverns."

    Lie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mlutz View Post
    "Only concealed carry permit holders are allowed to carry weapons into bars or taverns."

    Lie.
    Not really, right? You need special permission from the property owner to enter in OC mode. So it's not really "allowed" by default.

    I could be wrong.... it's happened before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trip20 View Post
    Not really, right? You need special permission from the property owner to enter in OC mode. So it's not really "allowed" by default.

    I could be wrong.... it's happened before.
    If you have a permit, you can carry openly or concealed in a place that serves alcohol, or as you said, if you get permission from the owner/manger, you can carry openly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by protias View Post
    If you have a permit, you can carry openly or concealed in a place that serves alcohol, or as you said, if you get permission from the owner/manger, you can carry openly.
    Ok I think I get it now. If you have a permit you can concealed or open carry with out permission provided the establishment is not posted.

    If you do not have a permit you can open carry only with permission.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trip20 View Post
    Ok I think I get it now. If you have a permit you can concealed or open carry with out permission provided the establishment is not posted.

    If you do not have a permit you can open carry only with permission.
    Correct. One more caveat though, even if you have a permit, you can still get permission to carry in there. That way, if a police officer cannot demand to see ID, plus you are far less likely to get kicked out since you have permission to be there in the first place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by protias View Post
    Correct. One more caveat though, even if you have a permit, you can still get permission to carry in there. That way, if a police officer cannot demand to see ID, plus you are far less likely to get kicked out since you have permission to be there in the first place.
    If you get permission, I would make sure to leave your permit in the car and make sure to OC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GLOCK21GB View Post
    YES, in act 35 it's perfectly legal to ccw in a tavern but NO drinking alcohol >> 0 BAC ... so bars will make a killing on Soda sales $1.00 or more on something that cost them .05 cents from the soda gun...Soda is pure profit, they make more on Soda than they do on alcohol sales...
    I have bartended at a few bars and only a very few brands of fountain pop were used and they were only used for mixed drinks. When someone orders that soda and the got an aluminum can.

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