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Old 07-26-2016, 02:32 PM   #61
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Old 07-26-2016, 02:33 PM   #62
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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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Message sent. The information on your site would not get anyone in trouble with the law, it just did not mention that ID Residents, over 21, do not need a permit to carry concealed in the State. And also residents or non-residents, over 18, can carry concealed outside the confines of a city.

I hate that last sentence, since it could cause problems when driving and you cross over and into a city. A 20 year old could be legal and then when crossing the city border instantly become illegal (I-15 is a great example one second you are legal and a second later technically illegal as you cross into Pocatello, Blackfoot, Idaho Falls for examples)
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The carry concealed outside the city limits was originally anyone over 21, but this year they dropped it to 18 or older. Used mostly for hiking, or just walking since there are some dangerous critters roaming ID and they are not on two legs.
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Old 07-26-2016, 02:39 PM   #63
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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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Vermont has not required a permit for as long as I can remember.
The following states allow "contitutional" carry of concealed handguns, some states also allow open carry.

AK, AZ, ID (residents only for all areas, anyone over 18 for outside city limits),
KS, MA, MS, WY (residents only)
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This will probably spark up some conversation and maybe not.

What are the laws and thoughts about bringing a gun (in the camper) on trips through different states? I have a retired Police friend who said it is Ok to carry a gun in the camper as it is an extension of your home. I find this hard to believe but was wondering what the forum folks think on this subject.

Please no nasty comments.

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Big question is what would you do to provoke (probable cause) a police search of your camper? If I'm charged with a local violation if I use it to defend myself, then that is better than dying trying to not violate some obscure local law. Just my theory.
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Sorry, I live in Los Angeles.
What's a gun?

And I bet someone from out of state can come to LA and legally CC.

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What's a gun?

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I wouldn't worry bout any of this. Most of y'all don't need any fire arms anyhow your just gonna hurt your selves

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I know this is not exactly on-tpoic, but what's the experience if going through Canada to AK?
All I will say on this is contact the RCMP. You can get permits to carry a gun in to Canada. Shotguns are easy to do, long guns are a bit harder and handguns are a pain in the rear and not always approved.

Most of the handgun permits are for shooting matches at gun ranges, while there is a very long process to allow for a carry through Canada (and it is long, try about six months it must not be a prohibited weapon; restrictive is possible. Difference I'm familiar with is restricted has to have a barrel over 105mm 4.13 inches). And if stopped, it BETTER BE LOCKED UP IN AN APPROVED CONTAINER!!!!!!!!

BUT DO NOT ARRIVE AT THE BORDER IN YOUR MOTOR HOME WITH A HANDGUN WITHOUT THE CORRECT PAPERS.

http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/cfp-pcaf/f...s/5491-eng.pdf
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So if I have a gun registered and drive into the state of Maryland, I will be stopped if seen by a cop?
They use the fact that you have a pistol permit in another state as probable cause that you are carrying illegally in their state.
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Download an app for your phone called LegalHeat. It will give you the up to date information for every state. You may need to adjust your travel route, depending on what you find in the app. It also has the legal Transport Rules. Great App!
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