Rhode Island is also no friend to gun owners..Massachusetts is NOT a gun friendly state for anyone. I know a Brattleboro cop who can't even own an AR15, if that gives you any indication...
NH, VY, and Maine are three of the most gun friendly, self defense friendly states you will find in the USA. Mass and RI are two of the worst. My motorhome is my home away from home and I protect it and my family as one and that's all I'll say about that :wave:That's ALL "Indian Territory" to this Kentuckian. While forum rules forbid willful suggestions of operating outside the law, I don't KNOW those (various) laws. Might check an RV forum as your unique quiz might be more specifically addressed? There are domicile laws, weapon capacity restrictions, etc., etc. (even while on wheels). I's hate to see a member in a legal JACKPOT because I...guessed. :nono:
Doesn't apply in most northeastern states.My RV is an extension of my home. So here in my home state I maintain the same level of ordinance; P226 w 3 x 18 rnd mags and 20" Mossberg 500 x9 shot tube.
No one knows they're on board but me and the Mrs.
As for traveling through other states with firearms it's always best to check those states firearms laws before hitting the road.
I think it might be smarter to consult the laws in those states/areas before you formulate your exact plans. That way you can avoid changing your plans later.I will look into the individual state laws once we have our exact plans finished. I fully agree to NOT draw undue attention to yourself, like speeding, or the like. But things happen.
It seems if for whatever reason I have to address a cop, they run my name, they will find I have a permit in my state. Depending on the cop and/or state, that may trigger a full search of vehicle and RV. Who knows? A pump may not be as "offensive" as a handgun. Maybe.