So, looks like I'll be visiting Vegas in April. Looking at handgunlaw.us, any other helpful info appreciated. What I think that says: No carry in the terminals of airports, assuming that includes non-secure areas? Planning on visiting Grand Canyon, so any helicopter rides, would have to leave in the car it looks like. Signs have no legal weight, only prohibited in public buildings like schools, govt buildings, including police, and such Casinos are fine, they may ask you to leave if you're discovered, and you must then leave. No drinking while carrying, restaurants that serve like Red Lobster, etc ok. Bars not ok. Is it a 51% rule like Michigan? Didn't see anything about backup guns. Knives ok < 3". Last time I looked the county Las Vegas was in had more restrictions, and I don't think MI permit was valid there, you had to apply to them to get permit. That seems to not be the case, state pre-emption has taken precedence now, MI permit is good statewide in NV now. Anything I missed or have wrong? Open carry an option? Not planning on it, but if the wind blows up my shirt, is it like FL where you can be in trouble because open carry is illegal? Randy Wanna kill these ads? We can help!