Firearms bullshit

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Coming or going? Supposedly not allowed to bring ammo you bought from out of state into California, but I have no idea how that translates into going shooting out of state and coming back with ammo. I doubt any other state really cares.
Whatever the circumstance I believe it is you cannot bring in more than 50 rounds for personal use
 

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Whatever the circumstance I believe it is you cannot bring in more than 50 rounds for personal use
I need to do some more research . All I've read is to keep the guns and ammo lock away and separate. Also can't keep a loaded gun in the car even if the state allows open carry til all the guns are unloaded
 

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California is the only one that does an autistic screech when you bring ammo in.

Keep everything out of reach, locked up, go the speed limit and don’t give anyone a reason to pull you over.
That's why the guns are going first , don't wanna get searched in the weight station and the trip on the guns even though they are all legal in CA
 
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Taking all the guns and ammo to the new house this weekend
You can take them. Interstate travel is Okay. For example when I drove my firearms from PA to OR they couldnt take them in Illinois cause they were all legal and locked with ammo separated. That’s how you have to do it
 
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I need to do some more research . All I've read is to keep the guns and ammo lock away and separate. Also can't keep a loaded gun in the car even if the state allows open carry til all the guns are unloaded
A provision of the federal law known as the Firearms Owners’ Protection Act, or FOPA, protects those who are transporting firearms for lawful purposes from local restrictions which would otherwise prohibit passage.

Under FOPA, notwithstanding any state or local law, a person is entitled to transport a firearm from any place where he or she may lawfully possess and carry such firearm to any other place where he or she may lawfully possess and carry it, if the firearm is unloaded and locked out of reach. In vehicles without a trunk, the unloaded firearm must be in a locked container other than the glove compartment or console. Ammunition that is either locked out of reach in the trunk or in a locked container other than the glove compartment or console is also covered.

Travelers should be aware that some state and local governments treat this federal provision as an “affirmative defense” that may only be raised after an arrest. All travelers in areas with restrictive laws would be well advised to have copies of any applicable firearm licenses or permits, as well as copies or printouts from the relevant jurisdictions’ official publications or websites documenting pertinent provisions of law (including FOPA itself) or reciprocity information. In the event of an unexpected or extended delay, travelers should make every effort not to handle any luggage containing firearms unnecessarily and to secure it in a location where they do not have ready access to it.
 
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A provision of the federal law known as the Firearms Owners’ Protection Act, or FOPA, protects those who are transporting firearms for lawful purposes from local restrictions which would otherwise prohibit passage.

Under FOPA, notwithstanding any state or local law, a person is entitled to transport a firearm from any place where he or she may lawfully possess and carry such firearm to any other place where he or she may lawfully possess and carry it, if the firearm is unloaded and locked out of reach. In vehicles without a trunk, the unloaded firearm must be in a locked container other than the glove compartment or console. Ammunition that is either locked out of reach in the trunk or in a locked container other than the glove compartment or console is also covered.

Travelers should be aware that some state and local governments treat this federal provision as an “affirmative defense” that may only be raised after an arrest. All travelers in areas with restrictive laws would be well advised to have copies of any applicable firearm licenses or permits, as well as copies or printouts from the relevant jurisdictions’ official publications or websites documenting pertinent provisions of law (including FOPA itself) or reciprocity information. In the event of an unexpected or extended delay, travelers should make every effort not to handle any luggage containing firearms unnecessarily and to secure it in a location where they do not have ready access to it.
U can only make stops for food and gas, ie u can't visit a state park or stop and visit friends along the way if ur traveling through fascist states like CA. And just because there r laws projecting ur rights doesn't mean the cops will know or care about them, I've been pulled out at gun point by a sheriffs deputy because I had my handgun sitting on my passenger floorboard in my hometown in CAlorado while he is yelling stop resisting (which I was not) and he starts siting off supposed laws that don't exists and I replied with the real law and tell him he is incorrect (all the time trying to deescalate him by being calm and complaint while he is cuffing me), his yelling into his radio for backup (which arrived by skidding in, 4 units). He told me "see these Sargent strips they don't just give them to you." "I'm an educated man, I have a collage degree." which I calmly replied so am I, what does that have to do with anything.... he must have told me 10 times to stop resisting (which at no point did I), where he pulled me over there is a fire-station I was volunteering for at the time and I made sure to not pullover until I was out front of said when he first initiated the stop. I was later told by another cop that they r trained to do the stop resisting BS so that anyone watching will testify the office told them to stop resisting. In the end I was let go and given my gun back because not only do I have a CW but CO is an open carry State (sure that will change in the future) and the deputy had no right to even stop me in the 1st place....
 
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