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Old 04-13-2019, 08:38 AM   #1
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so since we are going full time and our first trip will be 6400 miles and 24 states what is the rules for handguns.
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Old 04-13-2019, 08:39 AM   #2
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Do you have a CCW ???
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Every state is different

You will need to research each state.
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A DOJ approved gun safe/vault is a good start.
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NRA sells a nice book on the laws of the 50 states. Some states have reciprocity with others; some don't. A very interesting question that I don't think has been addressed by the courts yet is whether a motorhome has the same constitutional protections that a stick and brick home has. If answered yes that would solve a lot of this.
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Here’s a link to a stickie from the top of the page here in General Discussions. It may help.
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so since we are going full time and our first trip will be 6400 miles and 24 states what is the rules for handguns.
I stay away from those campgrounds
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NRA sells a nice book on the laws of the 50 states. Some states have reciprocity with others; some don't. A very interesting question that I don't think has been addressed by the courts yet is whether a motorhome has the same constitutional protections that a stick and brick home has. If answered yes that would solve a lot of this.
If underway you're considered a vehicle, when stopped AND hooked up to utilities you're considered a home. That is pretty much what has come out oc court cases so far.
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ok so federal law says as long as the gun is unloaded cased up and ammo is separate while driving it can be in any state if you stop for more then a night it is under that states law.

some states will allow the owner to abide by the rv's registered states laws.

you must have a federal permit to carry loaded and concealed in all 50 states
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you must have a federal permit to carry loaded and concealed in all 50 states
That is false.

There are a hand full of states that allow conceal carry without a permit.

Wyoming is one such state.
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Check out this website if you have a CCW from your home state or non-resident from another state - https://www.usacarry.com/concealed_c...city_maps.html

I also have a Safe/lockbox bolted in the RV

Also, I purchased this book that I keep in the RV.
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That is false.

There are a hand full of states that allow conceal carry without a permit.

Wyoming is one such state.
15 states have constitutional carry so far.
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If you are passing through New Jersey be advised that possession of hollow point ammunition is illegal .
That is unless kept in your home or being transported from point of purchase to your home or to a range.
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That is false.

There are a hand full of states that allow conceal carry without a permit.

Wyoming is one such state.
Missouri you can open carry no permit of any kind !
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