But state laws can be stricter than federal. Here in Illinois must be in container, in trunk, unloaded, taken apart and a FOID CARD. But that's the communist state of IL. . Stay away from IL. LOL.SHOOTER13 said:Bottom line is this...Federal law supercedes State law.
Interstate Transportation Act / Uniform Firearms Act covers the transportation of... cased and unloaded / ammo separate from firearm container /
weapon placed in trunk or as far from driver as possible... from place of origin to destination in all 48 continuous states.
(You can google that...)
Please tell me you are exaggerating the laws somewhat? That sure seems over the top!But state laws can be stricter than federal. Here in Illinois must be in container, in trunk, unloaded, taken apart and a FOID CARD. But that's the communist state of IL. . Stay away from IL. LOL.
Was close enough. Slight exaggeration. . Here you go : http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sour...ncDqAg&usg=AFQjCNG3f-3o8SU0yfiRF9zw6pxKrcrOBAjimmyalbrecht said:Really...define taken apart lol. Slide off? Detail strip? haha Take the trigger out!
Laws are continually shifting when it comes to which states reciprocate your own state laws. Sites like this should help you keep abreast of it. I advise you to re-check reciprocacy each time you are to carry across the line.I'm going on a business trip in about a month to Atlanta gonna be driving.. I live in Texas and I carry all day every day here just wondering if Anyone knew about carrying in other states.. It's just a short 4 day trip.