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Old 11-06-2010, 07:37 PM   #15
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if you cross state lines with your gun, BIG TROUBLE.
Depends,
There is a list of states that allow Concealed carry reciprecal agreements. Open carry is much easier. There are some states that don't want you to have a pistol unless it was purchased in thier state.
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Old 11-06-2010, 07:40 PM   #16
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I am interested to know how many Airstreamers carry a gun for security while travelling in their units ? Long gun or pistol?

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I open carried a FNH 5.7 today as I was out on my ranch and it is hunting season. Big orange vest as well. When I went into the hardware store I was still wearing the weapon. No one batted an eyelash. I do have a Concealed weapons permit in Montana with lots of training. Way past what is required.
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concealed weapons permit only good for the state you live in, some cases countys and citys have a different take on them, useless. leave your guns at home. carry a big stick.
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My wife & I both have CCW's and both carry. We are both well trained and confident. My wife is the better shot.....Tim
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concealed weapons permit only good for the state you live in, some cases countys and citys have a different take on them, useless. leave your guns at home.
your statement is incorrect.
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45 ... 46 ... whatever gets the job done.
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Yep, and if you are going into another State just check the laws.
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i stick with what i said, permits are only good for the state that you live in and some towns and citys laws on permits are useless......
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concealed weapons permit only good for the state you live in...
Not necessarily, many states have reciprocity for other states' permits. There is a click-able map and discussion here: Concealed Carry Permit Reciprocity Maps.

After clicking on several states, I was unable to locate any that either California or New York accept, even states that accept theirs. Worth researching their laws if planning to travel there.

I'm not advocating carrying or not. It's a personal decision with many ramifications. Just providing the info. By the way, North Carolina's is widely accepted.

I also think that the big stick is a good idea. I've needed to poke or pry a lot more things than I've needed to shoot. The stick is a much better multitasker.
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Just curious...I have not posted for a while...but this was first on the list.

How many of you who carry a gun have EVER had to use it. And truly and honestly how many of you are travelling in that much fear that you must carry a gun?

PS when you travel to Canada - leave your guns at home!!!

Happy shooting everyone.... I'm a female who travels alone for 1000's of miles and never ever felt the need to carry a gun - what will be will be! If you have that much fear of life why put yourself out there in the BIG BAD WORLD!!!
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We keep a .38 next to the bed (unless we're headed into Canada, in which case it stays home). It's not my first choice, however; fire extinguisher or wasp (or bear) spray is probably more effective in close quarters. Firing off a few rounds inside a tin can will not only deafen you but will also deaden any further reactions on your part. There's a very good reason we wear ear protectors on the range, and that's in a fairly-open space.
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If I remember correctly there is a Federal provision for carrying a gun through any state during travel. I don't remember exactly where to find the precise wording from it, and I'm not sure how it applies to travel trailers, but I don't think any state can legally prevent you from traveling through it with a gun.
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Just curious...I have not posted for a while...but this was first on the list.

How many of you who carry a gun have EVER had to use it. And truly and honestly how many of you are travelling in that much fear that you must carry a gun?

PS when you travel to Canada - leave your guns at home!!!

Happy shooting everyone.... I'm a female who travels alone for 1000's of miles and never ever felt the need to carry a gun - what will be will be! If you have that much fear of life why put yourself out there in the BIG BAD WORLD!!!
Being prepared is not necessarily being fearful.

If people waited until after they NEEDED a gun to start carrying, well, they're probably no longer with us...
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Some of you are talking about concealed handguns, which are very regulated in many states, but I don't believe there is any law preventing one from keeping a shotgun or rifle in a trailer or crossing a state line with it if properly carried. It is not a "concealed" weapon if it is in the trailer. In most places I would probably feel safe without one, but I have camped in remote areas and would definately feel unsafe without one. My rule is this, if I have a reason to have one in my house, I will have one in my trailer when camping.
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