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Old 07-26-2016, 05:30 PM   #81
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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. 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.
I travel to PA once a year for 3 days to visit my brother. I do travel 77 to 79 to 60. According to post 77 I could go through MD with the weapon locked under the rear seat. Why bother with paying tolls or possibly needing fuel there?
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And when I carry a weapon it's because a cop is too heavy to lug around..........

I love the Police. But when seconds matter, the police are only minutes away.
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Old 07-26-2016, 05:55 PM   #83
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Thank you. I had it twice on the RV/Car Carry Doc and didn't change it on the Idaho page. I knew what the new law was but didn't get it in the right places. Thank you for pointing out my error. It will be around the 1st before that shows up.

Thank you again and happy RVing. I just have a small pop up that I use for long weekends from late April to mid Oct on the Allegheny River in PA. Retirement means I can go and come as I please now.
Cool. Glad to help.
I have a popup too, retired and working my way through every forest campground in MT, ID, WY and UT.
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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.

National Gun Registry what is that? That is what the NRA fights against and as far as I know there is none. At least Florida residents aren't subject to it. I know some states have registration requirements but a National Gun Registry.. But I degrees from OP question.. I doubt anyone is going to search your RV unless you did something stupid or really wrong so you have to decide to you leave your gun at home or have protection?
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Old 07-26-2016, 06:37 PM   #85
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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

The biggest problem with this forum is people who DONT have a clue having to put in their two cents worth
Sherman... can you please point me to your source that claims a national gun registry exists?
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About Maryland. They do read plates. They do have their system tied into the national system that many states use so police can check if a carry permit is valid or not. They cross reference when they run a plate but mainly a drivers license. They don't stop you just because you have a permit. All they have to do is have a reason. Light out etc. Then everyone drives over the speed limit and the police don't care. That gives them the opportunity to stop anyone they want.

The Virginia Legislature last year tried to pass a law that they would not share their permit info on the system with Maryland. They didn't try that if there was nothing to it. They only wanted to block Maryland.
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About Maryland. They do read plates. They do have their system tied into the national system that many states use so police can check if a carry permit is valid or not. They cross reference when they run a plate but mainly a drivers license. They don't stop you just because you have a permit. All they have to do is have a reason. Light out etc. Then everyone drives over the speed limit and the police don't care. That gives them the opportunity to stop anyone they want.

The Virginia Legislature last year tried to pass a law that they would not share their permit info on the system with Maryland. They didn't try that if there was nothing to it. They only wanted to block Maryland.
Thank you Gary....So would I be correct in stating that if you never had a carry permit for a handgun..or owned a long gun/shotgun instead....the MD police would have no way of knowing you had a gun? Only those who took the trouble to get trained and certified for a carry license would be subject to a search? What a bizarre "state" of affars!
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About Maryland. They do read plates. They do have their system tied into the national system that many states use so police can check if a carry permit is valid or not. They cross reference when they run a plate but mainly a drivers license. They don't stop you just because you have a permit. All they have to do is have a reason. Light out etc. Then everyone drives over the speed limit and the police don't care. That gives them the opportunity to stop anyone they want.

The Virginia Legislature last year tried to pass a law that they would not share their permit info on the system with Maryland. They didn't try that if there was nothing to it. They only wanted to block Maryland.
I've been licensed for over 20 years. Purchased many guns. Driven through MD too many times and I'm that guy driving 15 mph over the speed limit. Never been stopped.

Even if they stop you, and you have an out of state license to carry, that does not give them probable cause to search your car or RV.

I'm not from the show me state, but show me case law saying that flies.
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As an NRA certified firearms instructor, I would very much like to hear more about this "National Firearms Registry" that I have never heard of. I want to make sure I don't give any of my students the wrong info.
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I've been licensed for over 20 years. Purchased many guns. Driven through MD too many times and I'm that guy driving 15 mph over the speed limit. Never been stopped.

Even if they stop you, and you have an out of state license to carry, that does not give them probable cause to search your car or RV.

I'm not from the show me state, but show me case law saying that flies.
They do not necessarily need Probable Cause. They can just ask for consent. Do it all the time. They may ask you, you may not think anything of it.. Then the bracelets go on when they find an unregistered bullet... But I am not in the tin foil hat group... So I would not be concerned of this.
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