would this still be a BIG hassel

would this still be a BIG hassel

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    would this still be a BIG hassel

    Ok, I know it not a good idea to travel in Maryland with a handgun.But what about a dbbl. barrel coach shotgun broken down in 2 or 3 pieces in a small case?

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    Depends on what the statutes require for "peaceable transit." Each state is a tad different (ie, compare NJ and NY vs OR or WA). Don't know MD's requirements, myself.

    Generally speaking (most states), so long as the weapon in question isn't itself unlawful there, so long as it's broken down in a locked case with ammo locked in a separate case, with both locked cases placed in the trunk (out of the passenger cabin area), then you should be fine. Check the statutes in question first, though, to be certain.
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    This is one site i pulled from . But please pull from other sites to get the information that makes the most sense and comfortable to you . Happy Travels
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    My 2 cents: gun in locked case, ammo locked separately; gun not accessible from driver (trunk or the wayback of a SUV). This for handgun, check the link above for a long gun.

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    Generally speaking, unloaded, cased, and locked in the automobile trunk or otherwise inaccessible to the driver or any passenger. However...those anti gun states' LE have been harassing people who were not taking the most direct route, non-stop, through their state.
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    I fixed it by always bypassing Maryland. I'm sure they won't miss my tourist dollars......
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    Quote Originally Posted by vietnamvet66 View Post
    I fixed it by always bypassing Maryland. I'm sure they won't miss my tourist dollars......
    Smart man. This is my solution also. If a state is anti-gun I simply don't go there or even drive through.
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