Motor Vehicle Carry in In

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    Quote Originally Posted by paching View Post
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    Gun Bunny... If I have a permit from a State IN recognizes, I have to abide by all the IN restrictions PLUS any additional restrictions my State may have? I'm asking because I can't find that on the handgunlaw.us page for IN. I'd be grateful if you have a cite to the IN law where this is located. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfnixon View Post
    Gun Bunny... If I have a permit from a State IN recognizes, I have to abide by all the IN restrictions PLUS any additional restrictions my State may have? I'm asking because I can't find that on the handgunlaw.us page for IN. I'd be grateful if you have a cite to the IN law where this is located. Thanks.
    Here you go:

    IC 35-47-2-21
    (b) Licenses to carry handguns, issued by other states or foreign countries, will be recognized
    according to the terms thereof
    but only while the holders are not residents of Indiana.

    That "terms thereof" is what gets you. Granted, not many LEOs may know it. It's there, but with anything with the government, it's kinda hidden.

    I know it sucks, but at least we recognize everybody.

    Hope it helps.

    FAQ:

    I am a resident of another state and I have a valid handgun license issued by my
    home state. Does Indiana honor my out-of-state license?

    Yes. Indiana honors valid handgun licenses issued by other states according to the terms thereof.
    (NOTE: Residents of Indiana must have an Indiana License to Carry a Handgun to lawfully carry
    a handgun in Indiana.)

    Illinois issues a Firearms Owners Identification (FOI) card. This card relates to
    the purchasing of firearms, not a permit to routinely carry a handgun and is therefore is
    not honored as such in Indiana.

    IC 35-47-2-21
    Recognition of retail dealers' licenses and licenses to carry handguns issued by other states
    35-47-2-21 Sec. 21. (a) Retail dealers' licenses issued by other states or foreign countries will not
    be recognized in Indiana except for sales at wholesale.
    (b) Licenses to carry handguns, issued by other states or foreign countries, will be recognized
    according to the terms thereof but only while the holders are not residents of Indiana.

    I am a permit holder from another state and will be in Indiana in the future. Where and
    how can I carry my handgun in your state?

    As stated in the previous question, Indiana honors licenses issued by other states according to the
    terms thereof. In other words, if you home state requires the weapon be concealed, then the
    weapon must be concealed in Indiana. If you cannot carry on your person in your vehicle in
    your home state, then do not do so in Indiana.
    Indiana does not prohibit Indiana personal protection permit holders from carrying in an
    establishment that serves or sells alcohol.
    An Indiana personal protection permit holder may carry on their person in their vehicle. There is
    currently no statute requiring a person to notify an officer that they are a permit holder and
    carrying a weapon if they are stopped for a traffic offense; however it is recommended.
    Indiana does prohibit the carrying of firearms in the secure area of an airport, school property,
    and gaming boats. Many government buildings prohibit weapons. Look for signs and postings
    at the entrance of public parks and property. Further information on these prohibitions is in the
    FAQ question on where it is permissible to carry.
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    Since Indiana honors all other states permits your NC permit would be treated the same as an Indiana permit as long as you adhere to the laws of Indiana.

    http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/indiana.pdf

    False:, you must adhere to the laws of the state which issued your permit, unless there is something prohibited by Indiana law that is not in your state. For example if you have a concealed carry permit, you are limited to carrying concealed. If you open carry, then you will be arrested for carrying without a license.

    I'm pretty sure what you are reading means that an IN License to carry a handgun is not good in NC and can only carry in a car. Probably not on ones person.

    False: One who holds an Indiana license to carry may carry in anyway they see fit in the state of Indiana, outside the state a holder of an Indiana LTCH must adhere to the laws of the state they are in. That law is referring to the ability to transport a handgun to the range without a permit or license and is now null and void. It used to be prohibited for anyone other than a LTCH holder to carry a handgun in any way shape or form including off body except for transport from the gun store to the range. That is no longer true and now one must adhere to interstate transport laws when wishing to go to the range without a LTCH.



    That's interesting. I've never heard anything or read anything about not being able to carry at the state fair. The new Indiana State Law regarding places prohibited to carry that became effective in July of last year just includes any building with a courtroom, schools, and hospitals with a psych ward. I'd be interested in learning more about the state fair issue.


    Somewhat true, the new Indiana law is just a clarification to clear prohibitions on land that is state or city property such as parks, libraries, and bus terminals. The old law prohibiting carry in schools, casinos, the state fair and jail/court facilities is still in effect.


    If Indiana recognizes your NC carry permit, then while you are in Indiana, you are extended the same rights/responsibilities as an Indiana resident with an Indiana concealed carry permit. Many of the provisions of the laws regarding concealed carry in many states are similar, but there are differences. There are resources on the internet that summarize those rights/obligations.....by state.

    False: see first answer, you must carry the same way in our state as you would in yours with an out of state license or permit, if you have a concealed weapons permit, you must be concealed.


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    Thanks again, Gun Bunny. Very helpful.

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    Drat-I am travelling in IN next week, wanted to use my new Gumcreek under sterring wheel holster rig. Easier than sitting on my holster.
    I'd rather be lucky than good any day

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    Quote Originally Posted by kapnketel View Post
    Drat-I am travelling in IN next week, wanted to use my new Gumcreek under sterring wheel holster rig. Easier than sitting on my holster.
    Do you have a license? If so, you are good to go. Does not have to be on your hip.
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    Yes, but it is a KY CCW permit. My read of this thread is that consstitutes open carry and my permit is not good for that.
    I'd rather be lucky than good any day

    There's nothing that will change someone's moral outlook quicker than cash in large sums.

    Majority rule only works if you're also considering individual rights. Because you can't have five wolves and one sheep voting on what to have for supper.

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    Only if you get out of your vehicle open carrying. Anywhere in your vehicle should be fine, your CCW will cover you. Indiana makes no distinction where or how in someones vehicle you can carry.

    You should go to INGunOwners - Indiana Gun Owners Community to learn more.
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