Transporting through NY

This is a discussion on Transporting through NY within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Im planning on going from NH to WV for my sons graduation . I have a NH ccw and a PA non res ccw, which ...

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    Transporting through NY

    Im planning on going from NH to WV for my sons graduation . I have a NH ccw and a PA non res ccw, which WV accepts. Can I transport through NY with my gun in a locked case behind the rear seat of my pickup. Unloaded and with the ammo in the glove box. Thanx for any help .

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    federal law says yes...i do not believe you can stop and stay in ny legally while transporting though...just passing through...

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    "In vehicles without a trunk, the unloaded firearm shall be in a locked container other than the glove compartment or console."

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    I plan on only passing through NY for about an hour on my way and the gun will be locked unloaded in a small gun safe behind the rear seat of my pickup. I was just worried cuz on one site it said NY was the only state that doesnt allow transport unless your a licensed resident.

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    Federal laws allow you to pass through a state as long as the weapon is locked up in a box and unloaded. State law can not over ride Federal laws....right?
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    Thanx Rock and Glock some good info there will be extra carefull. 55 saves lives namely my own thanx again

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    Thanx to all the responders new to this and you guys are allways helpfull

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    IIRC, the ammo also has to be "locked up" separately.

    I would NOT leave it in the glove box. I would put it in another locked container, behind the seat and not within your reach.

    Out of sight, out of mind!! Call it extra insurance of a successful trip w/o having to explain anything to anyone with a badge.

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