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Old 04-14-2012, 09:12 AM   #1
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I know that this is a hard question but ,,,,who out there brings a gun with them when they travel??????? I plan to have a concealed weapon permit before I start my month long trip , we will be crossing a lot of state lines.... Does anyone know of a website that has the rules for traveling with a gun?
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Old 04-14-2012, 09:18 AM   #2
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There is a book that lists the regs for each state. Be aware guns are banned in most state and federal parks.
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If I had a permit I would bring to camp if needed then I would deal with not being allowed in camp!
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Old 04-14-2012, 09:37 AM   #4
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I carry mine everywhere. I have GA & FL concealed permits which allow reciprocity with 30+ states. Donn is right about the parks. Here is a link to an interactive reciprocity map.
Concealed Carry Permit Reciprocity Maps

I wonder if I could argue that the TT is my second home and it is registered in GA?!
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Campers with guns, hmmmm...........
One of the reasons I am leery of ever going back to the US to camp.
Too many Zimmermans for my taste.
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Too many Zimmermans for my taste.
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If you are permitted to carry concealed in a particular state, then you are permitted to carry in the National Park in that state. Of course the law also states that guns are not allowed in federal buildings. This website has a lot of information, but it is your responsibility to verify these laws. Handgunlaw.us
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I carry mine everywhere when I camp. Back in the seventies a ranger stopped by my campsite and we drank coffee for an hour or more and he told me he would never camp without a gun. I asked him if it was because of bears and he said "no, it's because of the crazies out there." That was good enough for me. I even carry it hiking on the trails. You never know when a bear or a cougar could strike and the last thing I would want is for my wife or children or anyone else for that matter to be mauled or killed. We were in Colorado some years back hiking up to a fire lookout tower when we came across some rangers looking for some men that had assaulted a female hiker on the trail. 911 is not going to help you, you are on your own.
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