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    When traveling, do state gun laws apply uniformly on Indian Reservations?

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    Good question. Some freeways and interstates do cut through reservations. My guess is that you would fall under that states regulations. If you are visiting a particular tribe, check with them.
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    No there has been a lot on subject

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    About 800 tribes, and they may all be different. They will most likely take your weapon, and make you come to the tribal council to get it back, if you are lucky. Check:
    http://www.handgunlaw.us/documents/tribal_law_ccw.pdf
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    Most tribe laws very tribe to tribe. I think Najavo law coincides with state laws, which a lot of Native land IS Navajo. FWIW.
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    Welcome to the forum.

    Tribal lands may or may not follow state law, it depends on the tribe. Highway travel isn't a problem, as long as you are on the road driving. If you stop for any reason, at that point you fall under tribal law and are subject to arrest and prosecution if you are breaking their law.
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