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Old 07-26-2016, 01:16 PM   #51
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We would like to go to VT and ME but our safety is always 1st. Traveling through MD, NJ, NY, etc being required means that will never happen. My NC permit is honored in 34 states and will honor those with our money.
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Old 07-26-2016, 02:06 PM   #52
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I have a concealed carry permit and I live in Florida. I have visited every state in the lower 48 and I always have a gun in the RV. I only carry in the states that honor my carry permit. As far as the one comment about New York checking tags, that's a new one on me. I have traveled and stayed in a dozen different campgrounds in New York without a problem.
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Old 07-26-2016, 02:19 PM   #53
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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
Do you live in NY? I would guess not as most of this is bogus information.
Yes, if you have a long gun in the vehicle it must be unloaded. No, you don't have to he going hunting or anything else, you don't need to have any reason for it being there.
If you have a valid NYS PISTOL permit, you can have it in the vehicle and it can be loaded.
Yes NYS is rediculus, but the rules get blown way out of proportion by people that don't know them.
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Old 07-26-2016, 02:20 PM   #54
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We would like to go to VT and ME but our safety is always 1st. Traveling through MD, NJ, NY, etc being required means that will never happen. My NC permit is honored in 34 states and will honor those with our money.

Vermont is awesome.

You could always swing on up 77 through Wytheville and 79 through WV into PA without ever having to smell MD. We'll honor your permit and money here in PA. Then just a leisurely drive across PA in a northeasterly direction with some really nice state parks right on the route for an overnight stop or two. Now all you have is a low profile, almost totally rural cruise through NY for about 180 miles from Sayre PA through Binghamton into Albany/Troy and hello VT. Once your in VT your good for Maine and NH too where your permit is honored.
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Saw your post with you stating that there were technical problems with our RV/Car Carry Document.
Can you point the problem/s out to me. I want to have the best info available.
I would appreciate any help you could give us. Best way to contact me is admins@handgunlaw.us
as you don't PM here.
Thank you and Stay Safe,
Well this just got real...

Anyways, welcome, use your site all the time to get the scoop. While being in LE I am mostly exempted, I do not like to press my luck.

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Old 07-26-2016, 02:23 PM   #56
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Saw your post with you stating that there were technical problems with our RV/Car Carry Document.
Can you point the problem/s out to me. I want to have the best info available.
I would appreciate any help you could give us. Best way to contact me is admins@handgunlaw.us
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This is exactly why I said handgunlaw.us is the best source of info.

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Vermont is awesome.

You could always swing on up 77 through Wytheville and 79 through WV into PA without ever having to smell MD. We'll honor your permit and money here in PA in a northeasterly direction. Now all you have is a low profile, almost totally rural cruise through NY for about 180 miles from Sayre PA through Binghamton into Albany/Troy and hello VT. Once your in VT your good for Maine and NH too where your permit is honored.
Isn't Vermont constitutional carry now? Even better. Maybe one day all states will be like this and reciprocity will be nationwide to carry (a constitutional right) just like driving is (a privilege, NOT a right btw).

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I know this is not exactly on-tpoic, but what's the experience if going through Canada to AK?
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I know this is not exactly on-tpoic, but what's the experience if going through Canada to AK?
I had always been told it was a big no for handguns and some longs guns are ok... But a thread some time ago had some with links saying it was ok under certain circumstances, some Canadians weighted in.. Some said it was ok, others said leave them how either was not ok.. Might need to call the Canadian authorities on that one.

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