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When Traving through states.

Discussion in 'Legal' started by drizzico, Jan 28, 2011.

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  1. drizzico

    drizzico Member

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    I don't ever recall seeing this asked. But here goes...

    When traveling through a state that does not recognize your CCW. Where do you stop to lock it up. The last rest area before that state, the state's welcome center or do you just pull over to the side of the road near the state line and lock it up?

    Dave
     
  2. NavyLCDR

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    I usually stop in front of the "Welcome to...." sign and take before and after photos and staple them to the sign in protest of the unfriendly state's denial of 2nd amendment rights.

    The serious answer to your question would be wherever it is convenient to do so.
     
  3. kingpin008

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    Well, if it's illegal in the state you're entering, the smart thing to do would be to stop BEFORE you enter, wouldn't it? I mean, you could stop a few miles in at the welcome center, but if you happened to get pulled over on the way, the officer would have you dead to rights.
     
  4. AirForceShooter

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    I do whatever is safest.
    I'm certainly not pulling over on the side of an interstate.

    The far corner of a welcome center is my place of choice during the day. At night, it's right in front of the restroom in a paper bag.

    Made once in SC. LEO was good with it.

    AFS
     
  5. Art Eatman

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    Question answered.
     
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