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Michigan CPL Bar Question

Discussion in 'Legal' started by radiotom, Nov 5, 2012.

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  1. radiotom

    radiotom Member

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    OK in Michigan one of the pistol free zones is bars/taverns. You can go in a restaurant that has a bar. But, can you actually sit in the bar portion of the restaurant?

    I'm having trouble finding any information on this...thanks.
     
  2. HOWARD J

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  3. F-111 John

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    Michigan's law regarding concealed carry in bars/taverns:

    The law is silent as to where in the resturaunt you can sit. I agree with Howard J. about the DO NOT DRINK WHILE CARRYING. The .02 law is close to one beer for most people, and not worth the consequences. but if you just want to sit at the bar of your local Appleby's sipping a Coke while watching the game, go for it.
     
  4. Clipper

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    Long as you're not drinking, you can enter a bar as long as you OC WITH a CPL. They may ask you to leave, and you must comply, but a lot of bars, especially in northern MI, will not do so. There are lots of small bars that do a side food business in those small towns, and I have no idea (since I'm from mid-michigan) where the majority of their income comes from, so I just play it safe and OC... Of course, I OC almost everywhere anyway. The only time I CC, really, is when I'm wearing a coat...
     
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