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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Travelers Guide to Firearms Law




I used to keep one copy in the trunk of my car, one in my suitcase, and one in my reference library.  For some reason, they have all been misplaced.   In any case, those are outdated and it is high time for me to buy a few copies of the latest version.  You may want to consider doing the same.  With or without a carry permit, just crossing a state line can change how you can legally possess a gun in your vehicle.

Happy motoring!




1 comment:

Pumice said...

This is a useful link. Thanks for the info.

Grace and peace.