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Old 11-13-2014, 11:24 AM   #71
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There is no such thing.......state to state.......
This goes just about every where.........

So, a shotgun with a barrel at 18" and overall length at least 27" requires no permit in any state right?
Can you keep it loaded and locked in a cabinet in the MH?
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Just FYI for those that have questions about this.
http://www.fop.net/legislative/issue...8/hr218faq.pdf
Some HR-218 holders have problems. I'm from CA and 15 magazine isn't a problem. LEOs not from CA could have problem with 15 mag.
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There is no such thing.......state to state.......
This goes just about every where.........
Actually there is but it is only retired law enforcement who shoot every year and get a letter about being retired in good standing. Then you are allowed to carry in all 50 states.
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So, a shotgun with a barrel at 18" and overall length at least 27" requires no permit in any state right?
Can you keep it loaded and locked in a cabinet in the MH?
Lets go with the highlighted above........ The "Persuader" can go where pistol's cannot..........through out our Country......Due to state by state CCP laws........and permits and if they reciprocate or not.........
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To the OP... I'm not sure which state you are from, but many states have reciprocity laws with other states that allow a person with their states' concealed carry permit to be legal in other states. I live in TX and TX, for example, has reciprocity with MANY states across the nation. Not everywhere, but in many states. So while you may not consider yourself a "conceal-carry" kind of person, there are benefits to having that permit beyond the ability to carry a concealed gun on your person. It can also be helpful for making purchases, or directly to your post, in transporting firearms across states that have friendly reciprocity with your home state.

If you google "CCL reciprocity" or similar phrases, you should be able to find good information about your state.
Some states recognize the Texas permit but Texas does not recognize theirs, MN and IA being two of them. States that do not recognize the TX CHL are Illinois and eastward or the left coast.
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Another good source for information.
https://www.usconcealedcarry.com
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Read up on state laws as they are what count. They change w/o notice, so be current. My suggestion is a shotgun for protection as you are less likely in the dark to shoot a family member with a long gun than a handgun, should you somehow be attacked in your motorhome. It also makes a nice club. Concentrate on avoiding problems. Unlikely anyone is gonna break into your RV--you are gonna let them in--don't. If somebody represents themselves as police and knocks on your door, shine a light on them and call local police to verify they are who they say. When walking from say the truck pumps to pay, carry some drop money--perhaps $100 in cash even if you intend to pay by credit card. Pulling a gun you have never trained to use or are not sure you could shoot and possibly kill is a bad idea. Not to mention most citizens know nothing about what to say/not say to law enforcement when interviewed post shooting to avoid becoming the 'bad guy'. In some cases no matter what you say or don't say you will be the fat cat rich guy shooting the poor kid having mistaken him for a robber by the time court roles around--and we won't even mention civil court. Plan ahead and be prepared to fall down on the ground, foam at the mouth, feign a heart attack, whatever. Having $100 taken from your pockets (don't carry your wallet) is nothing compared to what you will have to go through should you shoot, or even shoot at a bad guy. Concentrate on non-lethal stuff, you should always have one of those long aluminum flashlights at hand in the RV, and make it a rechargeable so the batteries will be charged. Us older folks don't see as well anymore and you sure shouldn't shoot what you can't see or even recognize. Avoid sprays as they always seem to blow back. Seniors cannot hear well and by the time a man or group of men is on top of you, its too late. The language most muggers use will be unintelligible to most of us. In short, have a plan, avoid self victimization and should that fail go with a prepared plan that gives the muggers an 'out'. Something to think about.
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Put it away in the living part of your RV and forget about it. cops are not going to stop you to see if you have weapons in states. And they cannot just pull you over and search your RV for weapons without getting a search warrant. All different rules when dealing with custom officers.
Wrong. Maryland police stop vehicles looking for weapons
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So, a shotgun with a barrel at 18" and overall length at least 27" requires no permit in any state right?
Can you keep it loaded and locked in a cabinet in the MH?
Not in CA, must be in a locked container and unloaded. I didn't like it but that's what I did with my KSG. Just used a soft sided case and padlock, that's all that required, the two Kimbers I unloaded and locked in the safe.
I have OR, WA and UT permits right now, that about covers what's available for reciprocity. FL is good also. OR doesn't recognize anyone elses but I live 6 mi from the border and cross frequently so got it too.
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Mr D. calif law only requires a hand gun to be unloaded and in a locked container other than the glove box or center consul. A rifle or shot gun MUST be unloaded but does NOT have to be in a locked container. I would agree witH you that it would be better for a rifle or shotgun to be in a locked container just so as not to cause a LEO to become concerned about you having a weapon available to you but it is not the law.
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Does anyone know how tasers or 12 gauge flare guns would be treated if found in a MH?
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For Texas CHL holders, the state is the most current source of agreements with other states. If you are a CHL holder, not a bad idea to also get some liability insurance that is particular to firearm carry...as other noted, you may be cleared of a criminal act in a case of self defense, but a civil action may also result.



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Mr D. calif law only requires a hand gun to be unloaded and in a locked container other than the glove box or center consul. A rifle or shot gun MUST be unloaded but does NOT have to be in a locked container. I would agree witH you that it would be better for a rifle or shotgun to be in a locked container just so as not to cause a LEO to become concerned about you having a weapon available to you but it is not the law.
RE: the shotgun, that's not what I was told on the CalGuns website. Was told it needed to be locked up and unloaded so that's what I did with the KSG.
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Does anyone know how tasers or 12 gauge flare guns would be treated if found in a MH?
In WA at least the flare gun is considered a gun as it uses an explosive charge to propel the flare. Besides who wants a thermite flare loose in their MH?
See WA RCW 9.41 for most of our laws.
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