This actually will make me quit going here. Honestly I didn't go my last trip (few weeks ago) to Vegas but I usually pop in a couple times and hit their sportsbook who usually has slightly better lines it seems than other places at times. That usually leads to a little Pai Gow as well.
That being said as a former State Trooper, I always carry a gun discretely with my CC permit etc. It is legal to carry a gun in casinos in Nevada open or concealed, Unless every public entrance is marked no firearms. I don't recall seeing this my last time there but it wont matter now. They have no legal authority to secretly scan you and notify LVPD because it is not illegal. Just my 2 cents
nevadacarry dot org has the details
So, I was there briefly in October. I came in the main entrance, and wandered around the casino floor a bit before going upstairs to an event.
I didn't see any evidence of these scanners (nothing obvious on the wall), and no one bothered me. Anyone know if these were ever actually installed?
For the record, yes, I make a habit of carrying a firearm. It's a personal choice I made a decade ago.
You don't have a right to endanger my life simply because you're a gun nut.
Personal Insult. I'll give you a pass this time, but given this Warning, the next one will be a fairly long ban.
I disagree that it's an insult, but I am barely ever here anyway so it's not a problem, do whatever you'd like to do.
If you really are carrying a gun into public places like this, I for one want the casino to catch you at the door, and hopefully they permanently ban you. You don't have a right to endanger my life simply because you're a gun nut.
This place has been sleeping for a long time. Please, let us not try to wake them up.
However the police or security or military do have the right to endanger your life and carry weapons correct? What is to stop some law enforcement type to go off the rails and start a rampage?
I hope we have a gun nut here because I'm going off of old memories. But I believe if you concealed carry onto a gun restricted property, all they can do is kick you off their property, unless there are specific laws against it (like federal property).