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Old 07-08-2013, 11:38 PM   #1
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Im going on a family trip to Oregon from Arizona via Kalifornistan. I feel naked without my revolver, but im not 100% on laws in occupied America. How would I have to stow my gun to stay legal in Kali? Locked in the trunk? I read somewhere something to the effect of it can be out in the open and legal but im not sure. Any help would be great. Also would like to know about Oregon's carry laws too. Any help would be great. Thanks and have a good one!



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Old 07-09-2013, 01:46 AM   #2
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This site might give you the information you are looking for:

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Im going on a family trip to Oregon from Arizona via Kalifornistan. I feel naked without my revolver, but im not 100% on laws in occupied America. How would I have to stow my gun to stay legal in Kali? Locked in the trunk? I read somewhere something to the effect of it can be out in the open and legal but im not sure. Any help would be great. Also would like to know about Oregon's carry laws too. Any help would be great. Thanks and have a good one!
I live in the communist state of CA. I cannot speak of oregon. If driving thru california the firearm must be seperate from the ammo(in front) and the firearm in a locked container(trunk counts). I know you said revolver but if any semi autos are making the trip make sure all mags are empty as well. Have a good trip!
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Im going on a family trip to Oregon from Arizona via Kalifornistan. I feel naked without my revolver, but im not 100% on laws in occupied America. How would I have to stow my gun to stay legal in Kali? Locked in the trunk? I read somewhere something to the effect of it can be out in the open and legal but im not sure. Any help would be great. Also would like to know about Oregon's carry laws too. Any help would be great. Thanks and have a good one!
it more since you have AZ plates.

I imagine that if you get pulled over the cops will scrutinize you a bit more with firearms in mind. Keep you nose clean, don't speed quite as much as the Californicators do and you ought to be fine. Oh, and keep the guns in the trunk, unloaded. Like I do.
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it more since you have AZ plates.

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Too bad im not taking my personal vehicle ( its a family road trip, and im the only one in the family that likes my car), i fly a 3'x5' Gadsden "don't tread on me flag" from the back just about every day. Cops here could care less, but I can't imagine what they'd wanna do to me in Kalifornistan hahaha.
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They would prob put up road blocks and illegal searches!

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Too bad im not taking my personal vehicle ( its a family road trip, and im the only one in the family that likes my car), i fly a 3'x5' Gadsden "don't tread on me flag" from the back just about every day. Cops here could care less, but I can't imagine what they'd wanna do to me in Kalifornistan hahaha.
Dep[ends on the route you take. If you are going up highway 5 you won't have any trouble. Your kind populate the Central Valley, and north of California liberals are few and far between.


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