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Old 05-16-2011, 03:29 AM   #1
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I will be taking a trip from Alabama to Minnesota for the summer and i was told that it was illegal for minors to transport long guns across state lines is that true? Thanks guys.

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Old 05-16-2011, 03:52 AM   #2
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Default You didn't Define "Minor"

How old are you? Federal Law permits an 18 year old to legally buy and receive long guns. If you are 18 there shouldn't be a problem. If you're under 18, well that might be, but you'd need to call the Attorney's General of all of the states you'll be driving through to check the laws of each state.

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Age Restrictions On The Purchase And Possession Of Firearms

NRA-ILA :: Age Restrictions On The Purchase And Possession Of Firearms

The purchase, sale, possession and transportation of firearms in the United States are regulated by tens of thousands of federal and state laws and local ordinances. Many of these regulations impose greater restrictions upon persons below certain ages, with age cut-offs ranging from as high as 21 years of age to as young as 12.

Most federal laws regulating firearms are included in Title 18 of the U.S. Code -- the Gun Control Act (GCA, 1968) as amended by various subsequent laws, including the Firearms Owners` Protection Act (1986), the Youth Handgun Safety Act (1994), the Gun-Free School Zones Act (1996) and other laws. Details on federal firearm laws are available from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. (www.atf.treas.gov)
Federal law imposes the following restrictions aimed at younger persons:

A person must be 21 years of age to purchase a handgun or handgun ammunition, and 18 years of age to buy a rifle or shotgun or ammunition, from a retail firearm dealer. (GCA, 1968)
A person under age 18 may not possess a handgun or handgun ammunition, and it is illegal for a person to provide a handgun or handgun ammunition to a person under age 18, except for target shooting, hunting, or certain other exempted purposes. (Youth Handgun Safety Act, 1994)

It is a federal felony to provide false information (such as lying about one`s age) to a firearm dealer, to deceive the dealer into selling a firearm to a person not entitled to make the purchase. (GCA, 1968)

You may also wish to become familiar with the Firearm Owners Protection Act, a federal law that covers how to transport across state lines.

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