Hello. I have already been to carryconcealed.net for their pack-n-go trip planner.
My only issue is Maryland:
So, does this mean that I can carry my handgun in the car if it is not concealed? What constitutes not concealed in a vehicle?2. Maryland
This State DOES NOT Honor Your CCW Permit.
Maryland IS an Open Carry State. Fully preempted open carry permitted on foot and in vehicles with a license; localities fully preempted. Please see OpenCarry.org - A Right Unexercised is a Right Lost!.
For more information visit Maryland's State CCW Legal page
It says fully preempted open carry permitted with a license. Can someone explain what license this is referring to?
Well I just went to opencarry.org and it states that for Maryland:
So it sounds like any carry in MD requires a license that will not be issued. I am guessing this means that as I travel through MD, I need to follow the rules below concerning the Federal firearms transport rules.Open Car Carry You may NOT open carry in a car.
I will also be transporting some long guns. I read this:
In a car, I can put the guns in the trunk, unloaded. But when it comes to ammunition, where can I put it so that it is not in the trunk and not accessible by the driver or passenger? This makes no sense to me.Federal Firearms Transportation Statute
The federal firearms transportation statute basically states that you are allowed to transport a legally owned firearm through any state as long as you meet the following requirements.
1. Your weapon is kept unloaded and stored in a separate compartment not readily accessible by either the driver or passengers.
2. Any ammunition is kept separate from location of firearms and is also not readily accessible by either the driver or passengers.