Wandering Grandpa is right. In a store or restaurant it is civil trespass. They have to sue you and prove you damaged them. However, as soon as they ask you to leave you leave, otherwise that becomes criminal treapass. And the gun is sort of irrelevant.. you were asked to leave.
Now, on a state cpz like a government office, that is instant criminal.
I am happy as shit about this. Pisses me off I cant store my gun in my car at work which is a school. And it really sucks when i am leaving from work on a bike trip.
Technically, if they want to, they can charge you with criminal trespassing but I agree they would typically just tell you to leave as long as you aren't being a dick and they aren't die hard anti-gun tree huggers. I agree about the bar thing...nothing good down that road
I'll be going to both. I hope Norwalk keeps their Wednesday night program and then D42 runs on Tuesday or Thursday night -- that leaves both days open for better weather if the other track doesn't pan out. It'll be pricing dependent as well - Norwalk's $9 Wednesday nights and $1 pound of ice cream are a pretty good deal.
To my knowledge, the worst a "posted" establishment can do is ask you to leave, or call the Sheriff's Dept. to ask you to leave. Work is a different situation, as are P.D. buildings, federal buildings and such.
And for what it's worth, even though CCW is legal in bars, I don't. Alcohol + guns...not a good mix in my head.