No. What (d) means is that carrying a cased, unloaded firearm, separate from ammo, while on foot (notice there is no mention of a vehicle) in public (**or perhaps on public transit??) is permissible. HOWEVER, it still specifies that you must not be ineligible for a permit. You are ineligible for a permit, therefore you may not carry under the exceptions described in either paragraph (d) or (e).
Originally Posted by braveheart483
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