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Got my concealed carry permit.

Of course not in IL though. I went ahead and ordered up a Permit from PA, which makes me legal in Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming.

Now I can legally carry when I'm working in the shitholes of Indiana.




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I was talking about this earlier today at the office.

How do you transport your weapon from State to State legally?
Say you are moving, or going hunting, or just going on vacation.... from one State to the next... if you get pulled over, what do you do after you say, "um I have a gun in my trunk".

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what do you do after you say, "um I have a gun in my trunk".
First you make sure the weapon is secure and unloaded before you tell them that.

Then, you make sure you have the proper documentation.

Otherwise, it's common. People fly with guns (checked, go under the cabin of course), and drive with them all the time.

Concealed carry is much different than just going hunting.
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I was talking about this earlier today at the office.

How do you transport your weapon from State to State legally?
Say you are moving, or going hunting, or just going on vacation.... from one State to the next... if you get pulled over, what do you do after you say, "um I have a gun in my trunk".
Varies from state to state. Example, a non-IL resident passing through IL, would have to have their firearm unloaded, locked in a case, and otherwise inaccessible from the driving area (in your trunk), per IL regulations. Pass into another state, and those conditions may change.

Some states require you to declare the presence of a firearm, others do not. It all varies.
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I was talking about this earlier today at the office.

How do you transport your weapon from State to State legally?
Say you are moving, or going hunting, or just going on vacation.... from one State to the next... if you get pulled over, what do you do after you say, "um I have a gun in my trunk".
varies from state to state. Some require you to notify the officer you're carrying, others do not. Although, it's considered a common courtesy to do so even when not required to put the officer at ease.

Know the laws where you carry!

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and otherwise inaccessible from the driving area (in your trunk),
false..

what about people like me who own pickup trucks? i can't put it in the bed IL law states that it has to be unloaded and in a case, thats it. the law does not state it has to be in the "trunk" cause trucks, hatchbacks, motorcycles, dont have 'trunks' do cops like it when you push the issue? no. but i was pulled over in my Jeep, guns in the case sitting on the passenger seat. all was good and right in the world.

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false..

what about people like me who own pickup trucks? i can't put it in the bed IL law states that it has to be unloaded and in a case, thats it. the law does not state it has to be in the "trunk" cause trucks, hatchbacks, motorcycles, dont have 'trunks' do cops like it when you push the issue? no. but i was pulled over in my Jeep, guns in the case sitting on the passenger seat. all was good and right in the world.
The point more was to store it in the most inaccessible option available. Obviously pickups and such don't have such an option, but if you're in an empty sedan, with rifle and pistol cases next to you in the passenger seat, and a cop pulls you over, there's a high probability you'll catch hell. Doesn't matter if it's necessarily legal or not, I'm commenting more from the angle of the attitudes of this state.

In a nutshell, you're best off not gambling if you wish to have a hassle free experience with an officer.
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In a nutshell, you're best off not gambling if you wish to have a hassle free experience with an officer.
i completely agree.. just saying what the law WAS. i would never wanna push the issue with some idiot cop who wants to look like a hero.

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Going off the "how do you carry" statements in this thread, the most important question is, how do you carry on a bike?

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(4) Carries or possesses in any vehicle or concealed

on or about his person except when on his land or in his own abode or fixed place of business any pistol, revolver, stun gun or taser or other firearm, except that this subsection (a) (4) does not apply to or affect transportation of weapons that meet one of the following conditions:
(i) are broken down in a non‑functioning state;

or
(ii) are not immediately accessible; or
(iii) are unloaded and enclosed in a case,

firearm carrying box, shipping box, or other container by a person who has been issued a currently valid Firearm Owner's Identification Card; or
(5) Sets a spring gun; or
(6) Possesses any device or attachment of any kind

designed, used or intended for use in silencing the report of any firearm; or
The statute clearly uses the disjunctive "or", rather than the conjunctive "and."




As far as pushing the issue, I would. Just because I'm an asshole like that and if Officer Hardass wants to make an ass of himself, I'll happily oblige.
I'd consider it a service to everyone that he stops after getting the legal beatdown he/she so richly deserves.

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Going off the "how do you carry" statements in this thread, the most important question is, how do you carry on a bike?
Concealed!

I've heard a variety of arguments for and against different carry locations... hip, small of back, crossdraw, shoulder... and how it'd either interfere with gear and/or impact the body if you go down.
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The statute clearly uses the disjunctive "or", rather than the conjunctive "and."

As far as pushing the issue, I would. Just because I'm an asshole like that and if Officer Hardass wants to make an ass of himself, I'll happily oblige.
I'd consider it a service to everyone that he stops after getting the legal beatdown he/she so richly deserves.
And if I knew the law as much as you, I'd gladly do the same, but without law school training, us squints are left in fear

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Concealed!

I've heard a variety of arguments for and against different carry locations... hip, small of back, crossdraw, shoulder... and how it'd either interfere with gear and/or impact the body if you go down.
I was more implying "legally," such as going to a range or something.

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I was more implying "legally," such as going to a range or something.
Per Rob's quotation of IL law...
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Going along with my earlier point of transporting a firearm in as inaccessible/useless of a form as possible, to minimize LEO harrassment, I'd put it unloaded into a locked case, and stick that into one of my saddlebags, while sticking my ammunition into another rangebag and sticking that in the other saddlebag. Otherwise, use a backpack.
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I was more implying "legally," such as going to a range or something.
option (i) or (iii)

When I was still out that way, I rode up to Megasports a few times. Had it in the pistol case it came with unloaded. (iii)

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Per Rob's quotation of IL law...


Going along with my earlier point of transporting a firearm in as inaccessible/useless of a form as possible, to minimize LEO harrassment, I'd put it unloaded into a locked case, and stick that into one of my saddlebags, while sticking my ammunition into another rangebag and sticking that in the other saddlebag. Otherwise, use a backpack.

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option (i) or (iii)

When I was still out that way, I rode up to Megasports a few times. Had it in the pistol case it came with unloaded. (iii)
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Concealed!

I've heard a variety of arguments for and against different carry locations... hip, small of back, crossdraw, shoulder... and how it'd either interfere with gear and/or impact the body if you go down.
There's no really good way. I just carried (when I still had a street bike) IWB @ 3:30ish like I do when not riding. If I went down, I know it'd hurt like hell and bruise the shit out of my hip. I was carrying a CRKT M16 folder when I was run over by the truck. My hip bone actually hit so hard, it deformed the handle to conform to my hip. That shit was bruised for a long time. A 10mm Glock slide isn't going to have nearly as much give.

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There's no really good way. I just carried (when I still had a street bike) IWB @ 3:30ish like I do when not riding. If I went down, I know it'd hurt like hell and bruise the shit out of my hip. I was carrying a CRKT M16 folder when I run over by the truck. My hip bone actually hit so hard, it deformed the handle to conform. That shit was bruised for a long time. A 10mm Glock slide isn't going to have nearly as much give.
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Excuse my ignorance but does IL have a permit for CC? I know it seems like common sense that if you could get a permit then you could get a license for it but it's not legal here but you know how goofy our commie state is. Says you need a permit from your state to apply which I don't have. What did you do Tony?
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Excuse my ignorance but does IL have a permit for CC? I know it seems like common sense that if you could get a permit then you could get a license for it but it's not legal here but you know how goofy our commie state is. Says you need a permit from your state to apply which I don't have. What did you do Tony?
Nope. IL is one of less than a handful of bass-ackwards states in that regard.


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