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Old 09-17-2011, 08:43 PM   #1
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All the years as a LEO i never worried about this scenario but... Say a person has their CCP and they r transporting their loaded AR15 to a range or a friends house ETC. Are they commiting a crime?



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Old 09-17-2011, 09:35 PM   #2
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Nope! At least not in my state. My CCW covers ALL legal handguns, rifles and shotguns. Loaded or empty, open carry or concealed, in or out of a vehicle, etc....

My loaded AR-15 lives in my truck or car trunk year round.

I'm sure other states have their own rules but we are get'in downright civilized round here!



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Nope! At least not in my state. My CCW covers ALL legal handguns, rifles and shotguns. Loaded or empty, open carry or concealed, in or out of a vehicle, etc....

My loaded AR-15 lives in my truck or car trunk year round.

I'm sure other states have their own rules but we are get'in downright civilized round here!
In oklahoma the application has a check box on wat u r gonna carry.. Dilinger " i know i spelled it wrong", semi auto,or revolver, but it doesnt specify anything about rifles or shotguns.. It may b in the book somewhere but i havent seen it
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In Tennessee, rifles and shotguns can be carried with a loaded mag but empty chamber if you have a CCW permit, if you don't they have to be completely unloaded. Actually as the law is written if you have you gun and a box of ammo on the back seat, you are breaking the law.

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There are at LEAST 50 different answers to your question. Each state has their own laws regarding transport of firearms.

Now, in many of them, your concern is not over a "concealed weapon", as a rifle is NOT a concealable weapon in law. A Virginia permit is to "Carry Concealed HANDGUN".

You may need to check your state Game and Fisheries code. And I would ask- whatindahell are you doing carrying a loaded rifle to the range? Or are you poaching????

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what c3shooter said. 50 states, 50 different answers. In MS vehicle carry is legal no matter what (with a few exclusions, like college campus, fed property, felony convictions) no permit, no problem, as long as your 18 or older. Loaded with a round in the chamber, no biggie. Even handguns at 18 or older.

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Oregon issues a CHL, "Concealed Handgun License".
Washington issues a "License to carry concealed pistol".Guess I'll leave the revolvers at home.

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There are at LEAST 50 different answers to your question. Each state has their own laws regarding transport of firearms.

Now, in many of them, your concern is not over a "concealed weapon", as a rifle is NOT a concealable weapon in law. A Virginia permit is to "Carry Concealed HANDGUN".

You may need to check your state Game and Fisheries code. And I would ask- whatindahell are you doing carrying a loaded rifle to the range? Or are you poaching????
I didnt really mean fully loaded and ready to rock. I always have my M4 in the tactical soft case and 4 loaded 30rd mags in the outer mag holders
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No, the state of Oklahoma has a box to check for the type of gun you will use in your CC class. If you use a revolver to qualify you can only carry a revolver. If you use an semi-auto (pistol) then you can carry whatever you want. Revolver, pistol or derringer.

There is no CC permit needed to transport or use a rifle. Surely as a former LE you know this! So far as I know a civilian can't carry a loaded rifle in their vehicle.

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So far as I know a civilian can't carry a loaded rifle in their vehicle.
Maybe not where your from!! Sometimes I love this backwards hole I live in!


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