security manager's point of view
i work as a security manager in a downtown reno casino. my views on concealed carry in my place are nil if i don't see the pistol; out of site, out of mind. if i see your carrying, i will make an approach and gauge your disposition; if you've been drinking and look to be over the .10 limit for carrying concealed, you'll likely be in braclets and escorted over to the detention room to await a peace officer who can sort you out. if your in complete control of your facalties, i'll advise you to conceal it a bit better so as not to create a panic for the gun-shy tourists who abound there; if your a guest of the hotel, i'll ask you to stow the weapon in your room while your patronizing the property. it all boils down to how you interact with me, if your calm and collected and don't become thin-skinned about being singled out, then we likely won't have any problems, but if you start throwing around second amendment statements or become froggy with me while i'm speaking with you, then your likely not going to enjoy the end result. remember, i am tasked at protecting the welfare of my guests and fellow employees, and if i deem you as a threat to that happy little medium, you will be mine and my officers center of attention until such threat is nuetralized. that being said, it is nevada after all...just keep the pistol hidden and don't create a stir, don't drink and behave yourself...and don't challenge security's authority in their own home, respect us and you'll in turn be well respected...alot of the previous posts seem to want to challenge that. not too cool. just think of having a perfect stranger come into your home, where there are family members present, and what would make you uncomfortable, thanks.