This is a discussion on Indiana Information within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; thanks everyone for the replies.
I'm definately moving out west with my Parents come the end of May, and this was one of the major ...
April 8th, 2007 01:05 PM
thanks everyone for the replies.
I'm definately moving out west with my Parents come the end of May, and this was one of the major selling points for me. Now I just have to order myself a nice leather rig to carry my USPc :)
Again, thanks for t he help.
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April 8th, 2007 01:05 PM
April 8th, 2007 01:15 PM
Mmmmm, Let's See...
I guess I'll go with IN...but AZ, even better, and no snow (at sea level).
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April 9th, 2007 11:36 PM
IN is very, very gun-friendly. Get a permit and you can carry nearly anywhere but government buildings, schools, and a few other places. There is a book called Indiana Handgun Law.
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April 10th, 2007 03:27 PM
I'm curious...what is the law concerning transporting firearms in a vehicle in Illinois? I will be travelling through the state soon, so it would be good info. I suppose I could look it up, but if you know off the top of your head, it would save me some time.
Originally Posted by blacksmithtech
April 10th, 2007 04:34 PM
How can I legally transport a firearm on my person or in my vehicle?
There is more than one way to legally transport a firearm. However, in order to be in compliance with all statutes, it is recommended all firearms be transported:
2. Enclosed in a case and,
3. By persons who have a valid FOID card.
What constitutes a legal "case" for transporting a firearm?
The Criminal Code refers to "a case, firearm carrying box, shipping box, or other container." However, the Wildlife Code is more specific, defining case as "a container specifically designed for the purpose of housing a gun or bow and arrow device which completely encloses such gun or bow and arrow device by being zipped, snapped, buckled, tied, or otherwise fastened with no portion of the gun or bow and arrow device exposed."
Unload it and put it in a case. Pretty simple.
April 10th, 2007 04:49 PM
Thanks for the post ElMonoDelMar. It does seem to be common sense, but with all the comments about how anti-gun a certain state is, it never hurts to ask!
April 10th, 2007 05:42 PM
Hey no problem. I didn't meant to sound condescending. Our gun laws here can get pretty complicated, but luckily transportation is one of the easy things to do.
Originally Posted by TorchMach1
EDIT: I should probably also add that you shouldn't voluntarily mention that you have firearms in the vehicle unless directly asked. Every cop I've talked to in this state has a different opinion on the law. Most of those opinions don't match up with the written law or the FAQ on the ISP website.
Last edited by ElMonoDelMar; April 10th, 2007 at 05:49 PM.
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