Red Robin

This is a discussion on Red Robin within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Easy Andy Red Robin here in AZ serves alcohol, which means no carry, which means McDonalds here I come! Not a problem ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy Andy View Post
    Red Robin here in AZ serves alcohol, which means no carry, which means McDonalds here I come!
    Not a problem here.
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    Idaho is one great state for carrying.
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    we have several Red Robins in our area. Only went there once.
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    Us adjusting (or checking) garments and such is one of the "tells" the professional would look for to determine if we're carrying. A lot of us have probably been "made" (or at least under suspicion) without even knowing it. I get a kick out of the "never been made" threads. Many will never even know.
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    This is from the Utah State Website: May I carry my loaded and concealed firearm into a bar or other drinking other
    establishment?
    There is nothing in state statute that prohibits permit holders from being in a bar with
    a concealed firearm. However, it is illegal to be intoxicated and in possession of a firearm. The level
    of intoxication that is considered illegal is held to the same standard as when driving a car.
    That is .08 here in Utah.
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    Nope, gotta say, the Royal Red Robin is the best burger on the planet!

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    thanks, I looked it up too.
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    I love me sum egg on my burger, good call on the "royal" Thumper
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    I love the Chili Burger but unfortunately the nearest Red Robin is 130 miles away.

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    ohio the gun would have been in the car.cant take it in if they serve beer.bunch of overthinkers around here.

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    Picard Maneuver
    I don't get it, more information please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatrioticRick View Post
    I don't get it, more information please.
    The Picard Maneuver refereed to in these threads is the act of pulling down on the shirt tail or cover garment when standing or moving in a manner that may cause the garment to expose your firearm. The name comes from the maneuver done by Capt. Picard when standing up on the helm of the Enterprise. The reason given was the costume used was short and would ride up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fireman836 View Post
    The Picard Maneuver refereed to in these threads is the act of pulling down on the shirt tail or cover garment when standing or moving in a manner that may cause the garment to expose your firearm. The name comes from the maneuver done by Capt. Picard when standing up on the helm of the Enterprise. The reason given was the costume used was short and would ride up.
    Okay I was deleteing all of the Star Trek posts in this thread because they were off topic, and then we have this gem.

    If this was posted first instead of some warp speed maneuver all off the post could have stayed.
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    The first place I used my new OOS CC was at a Red Robin just over the line in CT.

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    My wife worked at Red Robin for a couple years. . .she calls it "The Dirty Bird."

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