Changes in CCW on the strip in Las Vegas

Changes in CCW on the strip in Las Vegas

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    Changes in CCW on the strip in Las Vegas

    Does anyone know if they are really using any of the new high tech RADAR systems to find concealed handguns and knives in any of the normal casinos on the strip?

    I have a non-res Nevada CCW and I want to use it on a trip to Las Vegas.

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    Well, the articles that come up when googling the subject, are from December 2017. Just last year (2018) we visited Last Vegas staying at the Cosmopolitan, and ventured out along the strip, weaving in and out of various Casinos. I was never approached by any security personnel. I was unaware about the new tech. I was more concerned about EDC blades than my pistol. If I remember right, I think Nevada and/or Clark County have a blade limit of less than 3". I'm supposed to go back in December, so I'll be looking up Nevada/Clark County laws and ordinances again, soon.

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    I suspect that devices that limit patrons coming into a casino will see little real use.
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    "Casino carry
    It is legal to carry openly or concealed inside a casino, on the Las Vegas Strip, or at the Fremont Street Experience. Most casinos will ask you to leave or disarm if they observe you carrying firearms, but it is not a crime unless you refuse to leave or comply (only trespassing). You do not have to consent to any search."

    Just CC with a reciprocity-honored permit and do it well. You should be fine.

    If you're asked to leave, regardless of whether they give you a reason or not, do so without a fuss and move on.

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    Changes in CCW on the strip in Las Vegas

    Quote Originally Posted by rljohns View Post
    Does anyone know if they are really using any of the new high tech RADAR systems to find concealed handguns and knives in any of the normal casinos on the strip?.
    in my own experience the answer is no screening, on and off strip, none at shows i’ve entered too. if you have a ccw be discrete, legal, sober and smart, and you will be fine, none the wiser. if you plan to party leave your ccw locked up and secured. if you fly into vegas with a declared ccw in checked luggage remove and discard the red “bso” luggage tag before you depart the airport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstert View Post
    ...be discrete, legal, sober and smart and you will be fine...
    Who goes to Vegas to do that?
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    [QUOTE=jmf552;7808114]
    Quote Originally Posted by jstert View Post
    ...be discrete, legal, sober and smart and you will be fine.../QUOTE]

    Who goes to Vegas to do that?
    anyone who intends to ccw and stay out of trouble.


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