There has been a discussion in here about open carry and walking into an Alsups. Used to be you could go into a store that sold alcohol for consumption off sight. The rule was, no round in the chamber, and the magazine had to be removed from the gun. Wheel pistols had to have the cylinder empty. I kept reading, all of the very strong statements NO OPEN CARRY IN A STORE THAT SELLS ALCOHOL. Now I'm scratching my head because I can no longer find the law that stated you can. WHY? Because it doesn't exist any more. It was kind of frustrating because I had to do some digging, and it comes down to one simple statement. I'll abridge it. The laws says, "DON'T" This is all you need to know. Here is the crux of the matter. The laws on guns and how you can or can't carry them can change with a simple signature and it may go unnoticed until you find yourself in trouble. I have stated several times. Ignorance of the law is not an excuse. Not knowing it will get you in trouble. So even if you believe you know the laws, it might not be a bad idea to double check. This is why I like forums like this. Even if you don't participate you can keep up on current laws. Not to mention you can find out other interesting facts and practices that do or don't work and how to keep out of trouble.