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Old 07-26-2016, 08:33 AM   #11
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Beware of Maryland
Maryland has cameras at the entrances to their state along the interstate highways. these cameras look for out of state plates. Once an out of state plate is detected, the owners name is found and then checked with the National gun registry. If your name is on the list, the local police are notified. Should you stop in their state for any reason and a police officer happens to see your vehicle, you will immediately be stopped and if carrying, arrested for gun possession.
That's absurd What's the probable cause for searching you?
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Steer clear of New York
Beware of Maryland
Maryland has cameras at the entrances to their state along the interstate highways. these cameras look for out of state plates. Once an out of state plate is detected, the owners name is found and then checked with the National gun registry. If your name is on the list, the local police are notified. Should you stop in their state for any reason and a police officer happens to see your vehicle, you will immediately be stopped and if carrying, arrested for gun possession.
Maryland has the strictest gun laws in the nation, New York is second, and Massachusetts is third. Several other northeast states are also anti-gun.

Illinois recognizes out of state CPL permits BUT, you must not leave your vehicle with your weapon. Your safest bet when traveling through or staying in Illinois is to unload your gun. encase it in a locked container out of reach from the drivers compartment and also lock the ammunition and magazines in separate container.

Advice, if you carry. put in a safe/ lock box for your handguns, and a separate one for your ammo and magazines.

Steer clear of Northeast USA.

As long as you stay on the Interstate Freeway system and do not get off for any reason at all, Federal laws allow you to legally transport through an illegal state as long as you are coming from a state that is legal and going to a another state that is also legal.

New York is a really big state.
So if I have a gun registered and drive into the state of Maryland, I will be stopped if seen by a cop?
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Old 07-26-2016, 08:39 AM   #13
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Of course I live out west where according to some we still fight Indians and form posses, but I always leave home with my CC permit and my two best friends Mr Smith and Mr Wesson for that rare moment. Many of my RV acquaintenances do the same and have for years and years. To my current knowlege, none of us have encountered a problem with our practice although none of us walk around with twin bandoleers on.
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Pleas stop ASSuMEing, if you do not know the laws,do not give misinformation.

Example, New York, DOES NOT allow any type of firearm in your vehicle, unless it is unloaded and uncased AND you are transporting it to a FIREARMS RANGE or to a GUN REPAIR SHOP if there is no open hunting season. if there is, you had better have a hunting license for that season and be heading to a hunting area.

here are several sites that will provide you with the necessary information and gun laws by state.

Handgunlaw.us

https://www.nraila.org/articles/2015...transportation

There are many other sites and articles on gun laws and what to do.

should you decide to carry, take the time to learn those laws, No judge will accept the " I didn't know it was Illegal",,,, it is YOUR responsibility to know the laws of each state you travel in
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That's absurd What's the probable cause for searching you?
Obviously you are still livingin the 19th century or have never entered Maryland via an interstate highway. BECAUSE there are WARNING SIGNS stating EXACTLY WHAT I SAID

The biggest problem with this forum is people who DONT have a clue having to put in their two cents worth
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Obviously you are still livingin the 19th century or have never entered Maryland via an interstate highway. BECAUSE there are WARNING SIGNS stating EXACTLY WHAT I SAID
Really? Seeing that I live about 26 miles from MD and drive into it at least half a dozen times a month (Usually on 68) I have yet to see one of those warning signs you mention or have yet to be stopped and asked if I am carrying one of my REGISTERED firearms. I have only been going there at least once a week for a couple of years, since 1989.
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The biggest problem with this forum is people who DONT have a clue having to put in their two cents worth
Well you said it.
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ShermanD stated there was a National gun registry. Can you be more specific as to what this is.
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My Kimber 1911 has been to 27 states ! Gonna buy it the patches ! Just SMH !
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Travel at your own risk, I am done with this thread, I try and offer my knowledge and I get ridiculed

BTW, this thread will be closed in the near future because of sarcasm...

well wannabee clowns. you will lhave ruined information for others once again

Hope your proud or your great accomplishment to society,,,NOT
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