Cross country trip rifle?

dusmw

Member
Don’t travel or spend your money in NY, NJ, IL, HI, or CA, these states don’t care about your 2A rights.

There are a lot of states with great places to visit many with no traffic and great people and scenery. In the Midwest carry a gun or don’t, nobody gets worked up, concealed or open carry.

By the way, quit hijacking quality threads!
 

Modeler

W1DCS
Don’t travel or spend your money in NY, NJ, IL, HI, or CA, these states don’t care about your 2A rights.

There are a lot of states with great places to visit many with no traffic and great people and scenery. In the Midwest carry a gun or don’t, nobody gets worked up, concealed or open carry.

By the way, quit hijacking quality threads!
MA is another to avoid.
 

Dalko43

Explorer
Don’t travel or spend your money in NY, NJ, IL, HI, or CA, these states don’t care about your 2A rights.

There are a lot of states with great places to visit many with no traffic and great people and scenery. In the Midwest carry a gun or don’t, nobody gets worked up, concealed or open carry.

By the way, quit hijacking quality threads!
Well your post is a good example of why these types of threads get derailed; it's full of misinformation:

A) It's ignorant on your part to suggest that you shouldn't visit certain states simply because of gun laws. A lot of states, to include NY, offer some very spectacular sights and places to visit, regardless of the legislative BS that may or may not exist. Same applies for Canada. If you're the type of person who is going to limit your travels based on where you can't bring a firearm, well I feel sorry for you because you're missing out. Also, if you stick to long guns (bolt-action, lever-action) or pump-action shotguns, you can bring firearms into pretty much any part of North America (providing that you fill out the proper paperwork). So it's a moot point.

B) There are a lot of people living in NY who actually do care about 2a rights, and in fact they're actively engaged in lawsuits to defend those rights....so maybe don't be so eager to broadstroke entire states, though I can't speak for the firearm communities in places like CA and HI.

C) Different states have different rules with regards to handguns and CCW. You should research a state's regulations before you presume its okay to bring in a CCW handgun. Don't just assume that all midwestern states are okay with you bringing in a CCW handgun...that's a good way to land in jail.
 
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