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Santa Cruz Armory
07-24-2008, 7:47 PM
Ok, so I'm off to Nevada and I was wondering if there is anything "tricky" I should be worried about while carrying.

Are there any laws about carrying in casinos because they serve alcohol? What about clubs in general? Are there any places that off limits other than the obvious? schools, Govt. buildings, etc.

Thanks!

Pvt. Cowboy
07-24-2008, 8:02 PM
Any place with a metal detector at all entrances, courthouses, airport buildings (state law), state schools without written permission, and government buildings excepting buildings where there's merely a government office on site.

Casinos, nightclubs, bars, etc. They're OK for carry. Just cannot be legally drunk when carrying.

6172crew
07-24-2008, 8:32 PM
Any place with a metal detector at all entrances, courthouses, airport buildings (state law), state schools without written permission, and government buildings excepting buildings where there's merely a government office on site.

Casinos, nightclubs, bars, etc. They're OK for carry. Just cannot be legally drunk when carrying.

BAC of 1.0 for CCW and 0.8 for driving. As always dont brandish your heater..they have a problem with that.

P.S. Have fun!

RomanDad
07-24-2008, 9:07 PM
Does Clark County still require the PITA "Blue Cards" or whatever they were officially called?

Desert Rat
07-24-2008, 10:29 PM
As long as you are a visitor in Clark County and stay less than 60 (as I recall) consecutive days. As soon as you become a resident, Blue Cards are required.

Does Clark County still require the PITA "Blue Cards" or whatever they were officially called?

Quiet
07-25-2008, 3:11 PM
BAC of 1.0 for CCW and 0.8 for driving. As always dont brandish your heater..they have a problem with that.

P.S. Have fun!

Correction.

It's BAC of 0.10 or lower while possessing a firearm and 0.08 or lower for driving.

For an average person, a BAC of greater than 0.40 results in death.

Santa Cruz Armory
07-25-2008, 4:13 PM
Thanks guys! Looks like I'll be in good shape while carrying in Reno.:D

Casual Observer
07-25-2008, 4:25 PM
As long as you are a visitor in Clark County and stay less than 60 (as I recall) consecutive days. As soon as you become a resident, Blue Cards are required.

True. The blue card is only for residents of Clark County and anyone who stays for more than 90 days.

The usual places are off limits (schools, government buildings, post office, etc.) but as stated above, you need only keep your BAC < 0.10. Most casinos allow CCW, though like any private establishment, keep an eye out for "no weapons" signs.

6172crew
07-26-2008, 7:49 AM
Thanks guys! Looks like I'll be in good shape while carrying in Reno.:D

Foleys Irish bar on S. Virginia is a cool place to go and the Pepper Mill has a huge meal for 6 bucks after 11pm. Pho 777 on 2nd st rules as well.

Santa Cruz Armory
07-26-2008, 8:16 AM
Foleys Irish bar on S. Virginia is a cool place to go and the Pepper Mill has a huge meal for 6 bucks after 11pm. Pho 777 on 2nd st rules as well.

Man!!! I love Pho!! :D

SchooBaka
07-26-2008, 9:33 AM
Don't forget to stop by Cabella's. I hear it's an awsome store.
I'll be there next month with 150 bucks in gift certificates burning a hole in my pocket. :D

gunsmith
07-26-2008, 1:48 PM
if you need a taxi, car 38 whittlesea taxi.
tell him a "gunnut in San Francisco said hi"

The driver has a PHD in gun fu

DrunkSkunk
07-26-2008, 1:54 PM
are blue cards needed even with a nevada ccw if you are a nv resident?

Quiet
07-26-2008, 2:50 PM
are blue cards needed even with a nevada ccw if you are a nv resident?

Only if you live in Clark County.

Residents of Clark County have 72 hours to get a "blue card" for their handguns.
Non-residents of Clark County have to get a "blue card", only if they stay in Clark County for longer than 60 days.