So I am getting to make my first move in the military and I elected to do a PPM move (use to be known as a DITY move) or in other words I am packing up all my stuff and moving it myself, and then the military pays me for my expenses. While going through the rules however, it says that I CANNOT move ammunition. It is on the prohibited items list. When I asked the counselor at the moving office she said it was because of the following reasons: 1) The ammo could get too hot and explode in your car (BS, they haven't watched the SAAMI videos then) 2) It is illegal to move ammo in your vehicle (I'm assuming across state lines?). However she said that if you had a concealed weapons permit (I do) then it isn't illegal to transport ammo in a vehicle, but still not allowed with the military. Has anyone ever heard of this crap and is there really any laws out there that prevent the transportation of ammo across state lines. Note: I am moving from a very free state to another free state, traveling only in free states to get to my destination. I will not be going anywhere close to one of the communist states.