Del Marva, meanwhile, feels that the Las Vegas shooting has brought up another security issue entirely.

“[Security] is supposed to prevent and deter what’s reasonable and foreseeable,” he tells Fox News. “The problem that’s going to exist now — and this is very important — it [that it] was not foreseeable that a guy was going to check in with 15, 25 rifles … Now it’s foreseeable.

“Now, what do you do? There’s really nothing to do … The whole casino [and] resort industry is going to change.”

MGM Resorts International was not available to comment to Fox News. Other Las Vegas resorts, including the Cosmopolitan and Treasure Island, declined to comment on security measures for Fox News.