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Old 07-04-2011, 09:28 AM   #11
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Join the NRA and get their book on traveling with firearms.

As others have said, each state has their own laws. And you are responsible to obey them.

And make sure you have proof that you are the owner of the firearm. Even if you have a letter from a parent, as long as you are under 21.


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I have to agree with utf59, check all the laws in the different states and counties you are going to travel through. It would be a crying shame to get in to trouble because you checked the state laws and a little county had a different law that was more strict then the state law.
What is soley needed is uniformity for all states across the board. Period.


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Join the NRA and get their book on traveling with firearms.

As others have said, each state has their own laws. And you are responsible to obey them.

And make sure you have proof that you are the owner of the firearm. Even if you have a letter from a parent, as long as you are under 21.
The NRA has alot of great information for people that are willing to learn what it take to carry a firearm.
Knowledge is power. Use it wisely.
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What is soley needed is uniformity for all states across the board. Period.
Couldn't agree more!
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Amen to that and pass the ammunition!!


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