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Vegas Trip, flying and carrying.

chazroh

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I bet airlines have different policies. Southwest is who I flew with. Seems like I remember they had insurance coverage up to a certain amount per ticket holder if you had a gun.
 

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Must have a permit for CC. Open carry is OK but casinos will probably ask you to leave. My experience with LV would suggest to me to just leave the carry gun at home (I like to drink while I'm there).
 

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Must have a permit for CC. Open carry is OK but casinos will probably ask you to leave. My experience with LV would suggest to me to just leave the carry gun at home (I like to drink while I'm there).
This is where I was at when I went to vegas a few times. There are plenty of easy marks out there to keep bad guys busy.
 

golddigger14s

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I have had nothing but good when I fly with weapons. Put the gun in a locked case even one of those Plano plastic jobs. Put ammo in an ammo box and declare it at the counter. When you get to your destination you may have to go to the baggage department to claim your bag. I think having a gun actually makes the check-in and pick-up easier.
NV recognizes our CPL.

https://www.usacarry.com/concealed_carry_permit_reciprocity_maps.html
 

bigred1

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I have had nothing but good when I fly with weapons. Put the gun in a locked case even one of those Plano plastic jobs. Put ammo in an ammo box and declare it at the counter. When you get to your destination you may have to go to the baggage department to claim your bag. I think having a gun actually makes the check-in and pick-up easier.
NV recognizes our CPL.

https://www.usacarry.com/concealed_carry_permit_reciprocity_maps.html
Could you tell me what CPL stands for? Thanks
 
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