NY State vacation and CCW from PA

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    Question NY State vacation and CCW from PA

    I want to get all my ducks in a row before vacationing in the Adirondacks this Fall. Not going -- while an option -- is not going to happen. Leaving my gun home is not so great another option but may be necessary if not allowed in NY.

    So from PA,
    1.) can I bring my CCW into the People's Republic of NY,
    2.) if so, how is it to be transported in my car, and
    3.) also if so, assuming it's okay with the owner of the cabin in which I will be staying, is it lawful for me to carry concealed on his property?
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    Has the idea of 'free room & board' ever been appealing to you?

    I would not take a weapon to NY unless I was going through at 70 mph...with the weapon unloaded and in a locked case...inside a trunk...and hidden from view...with an FBI escort...

    Otherwise, I'd drive around that State...

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    no handguns in new york, without a ny permit. no non res permits.
    sorry but we are represented by the likes of schumer/clinton.

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    As a NON resident of NY , this is the only handgun you can
    possess while in that state.





    Why not go to Somerset Co PA. instead?

    http://www.pavisnet.com/somerset/index.html

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    Not legal in NY
    However, you could bring an unloaded long gun in your car and have it loaded in your cabin (assuming it's private property), and be legal.
    But as AKsrule said, might be better just to stay somewhere a little more gun-friendly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Has the idea of 'free room & board' ever been appealing to you?!

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    Mmmm....I was pretty slow on the uptake, but being being someone's sweetheart along with the free room and board is not worth the carry!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKsrule View Post
    As a NON resident of NY , this is the only handgun you can
    possess while in that state.





    Why not go to Somerset Co PA. instead?

    http://www.pavisnet.com/somerset/index.html

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    Thanks, AK, already been to Somerset on 9/12/01 and weeks following. Picked up a couple of The Summit Diner mugs as my memento after days of picking through the rubble. We go to the Adirondacks to relax, fish, swim, hike, and such. Dogs allowed, so at least we have an early warning system. If any similar places were in PA for nearly the same costs, dogs permitted, I show NY the back-end of my gas-guzzling SUV!
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    I lived for 35 years as a cowering in western NY.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremiah View Post
    Not legal in NY
    However, you could bring an unloaded long gun in your car and have it loaded in your cabin (assuming it's private property), and be legal.
    But as AKsrule said, might be better just to stay somewhere a little more gun-friendly.
    This is incorrect. You cannot possess a handgun in NYS (even in your vehicle) without a NYS permit. It doesn't matter if it is loaded or not. I am an LEO in NY and if I stopped someone with a valid pistol permit from another state, that had a firearm in their vehicle, I would let them go about their business. Obviously they went through the trouble to legally obtain a firearm. But that is just me. There are MANY NY LEOs that would lock you up in a heart beat.
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    Sounds pretty bad in NY... No wonder New Yorkers are cranky....


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    Nope do not do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY27 View Post
    This is incorrect. You cannot possess a handgun in NYS (even in your vehicle) without a NYS permit. It doesn't matter if it is loaded or not. I am an LEO in NY and if I stopped someone with a valid pistol permit from another state, that had a firearm in their vehicle, I would let them go about their business. Obviously they went through the trouble to legally obtain a firearm. But that is just me. There are MANY NY LEOs that would lock you up in a heart beat.
    NY27, I said it was not legal to bring a handgun, but suggested a long gun as a legal alternative.
    I appreciate your common sense approach on out of staters with permits, though I'm sure they do even more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY27 View Post
    I would let them go about their business. Obviously they went through the trouble to legally obtain a firearm. But that is just me. There are MANY NY LEOs that would lock you up in a heart beat.
    NY27, may I arrange an escort?

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    How do out-of-state pistol competitors handle bringing their weapons into NY?

    How would that be dissimilar?
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    I was going to bring up the option of competing in a shooting competition while he was there. You are allowed to transport a handgun into the state for that purpose. I would be sure and have a receipt and registration for the event.
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