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  1. #31 Re: Be careful when you CCW 
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    It's also against the law for us ccw to carry on Indian land (casinos)
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    Jr. Member Camo's Avatar
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    I done the same thing before.
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    How does this fly in Florida? Can you conceal carry into a liquor store.

    We were at a Publix supermarket here in FL & this one had a Publix liquor store off to the side.
    Overall one bldg. but the liquor store had it's own entry way,
    you had to leave the grocery store & enter thru the front of the liquor store.
    Never thought of it until then.

    I think it's legal, they don't serve alcohol, they sell alcohol.
    I'll check it out w/ my LGS that has CCW classes.
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  5. #34 Re: Be careful when you CCW 
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    In Florida you can carry in a liquor store. You cannot carry in a bar. Grab Gutmacher's book for Florida laws. Also see

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    Sadly I hardly ever use any of them... I keep a knife and flashlight in the jeep box, but because my life revolves around work on a base and then going to a university campus M-F, I can't carry with me either place..
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  7. #36 Re: Be careful when you CCW 
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    Quote Originally Posted by weaselfire View Post
    In Florida you can carry in a liquor store. You cannot carry in a bar. Grab Gutmacher's book for Florida laws. Also see

    Yep, a liquor store is okay in Florida. It's interesting that here in Florida, if you go to a restaurant that has a bar, you have to stay out of the bar area...but can sit at a table in the dining area to eat your dinner...and consume alcohol.
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    Necrothread, but car safe solutions are always good to keep in mind.

    I just picked up a NanoVault 100 and it works as advertised. I've got the advantage of having a drawer under the passenger seat in my Honda CR-V. The NV100 fits perfectly in that drawer and there's enough of an opening to allow the cable to pass through when the drawer is closed and secured. It's almost as if Honda constructed the drawer with the NanoVault in mind. VERY convenient.

    A couple of tricks I've learned about the NV100. First, the rotten onion smell everyone complains about is still there. I can live with it, but I'm not sure if my wife can. If push comes to shove, I'll replace the felt and possibly the cable as well as I'm not sure whether the felt or the coating on the cable is the culprit.

    Second, the end of the cable with the LARGE loop should be INSIDE the vault, not outside the vault. It's actually designed to fit down over the locking plate and slide into a notch under the plate. Problem is, the NV100 is so narrow that it's nearly impossible to orient the loop the way it's supposed to be oriented and still allow the cable to pass through the notch in the side of the vault. What I ended up doing instead was turning the loop 180 degrees around, securing it under the locking plate, and then turning the cable back around inside the vault and through the notch. I lose about 6" of cable length doing that, but at least it works. And it's FAR more secure doing it that way than just putting the small loop inside the vault unsecured and trusting the ferrule to hold it in place.

    Last but not least, I keep $100 of emergency cash in the vault. I stacked the cash in two $50 stacks under the felt in the bottom of the vault and removed the felt from the top of the vault. When I do that, I can put my LCP holstered in my Nemesis inside the vault as unit, close up the vault, and everything remains secure . . . no movement whatsoever. Removing the top piece of felt might even help a little with the smell.

    UPDATE: I just got off the phone with GunVault. I registered my NV100 and told them about the odor problem I'm having. They're sending me a new NV100 free of charge and they told me I could keep the old one. They'll check the new one for smell before they send it to me. I guess you could say they got their CS issues straightened out!!!
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  9. #38 Re: Be careful when you CCW 
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge View Post
    Yea, no bars. But you can go into a restaurant here in FL that has a bar, but just have to stay out of the bar area. Ironically, I can sit in the dining area to eat and have a drink. Every state is different. We have to know the statues when we travel out of state. The concealed carry license is too important to the other legal ramifications.

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