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Old 01-23-2013, 02:18 PM   #11
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DOT in wyoming told me I can't (could have just been that guys view though)... I've read the firearm has to be unloaded and locked up (bs imo)... .

What he meant was the firearm must be locked in a container and ammo locked in a separate container......in order for the federal firearms owner's protection act.....
to protect you from state and local laws.
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can they really over-ride my 2nd amendment???
They can over-ride a lot of things.

The Constitution says "Congress shall make no law..."

This ain't Congress- it is your employer.

You have freedom of speech. Stand up in a company meeting, state that the manager is an idiot, that your cat could do a better job of running things, and you think he is ugly. Find out they have a right to fire you.

BTW, remember if you change the state of residence, you need to change your CDL- and you can only have ONE CDL.
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What he meant was the firearm must be locked in a container and ammo locked in a separate container......in order for the federal firearms owner's protection act.....
to protect you from state and local laws.
That was two different instances, WY DOT said no period.
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They can over-ride a lot of things.

The Constitution says "Congress shall make no law..."

This ain't Congress- it is your employer.

You have freedom of speech. Stand up in a company meeting, state that the manager is an idiot, that your cat could do a better job of running things, and you think he is ugly. Find out they have a right to fire you.

BTW, remember if you change the state of residence, you need to change your CDL- and you can only have ONE CDL.
Yes I know about 1 CDL but IF I were to take a firearm with me breaking company policy and there was an incident were I had to shoot someone God forbid, would I be up on criminal charges for not obeying my company policy?!? It's a company policy not the law. I would be OK with getting fired to protect myself but I don't want to break the law.
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