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This is a discussion on CCW -Transport Gun Across State Lines within the Traveling With Handguns forums, part of the Handguns category; I'm a CCW in Florida making a trip to Kentucky. What's the rules for carrying a gun across state lines ...

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    I'm a CCW in Florida making a trip to Kentucky. What's the rules for carrying a gun across state lines (GA, TN and KY)?

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    You should be ok those states have permit reciprocity
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    Keep it concealed as you normally wear it. Do not volunteer information to a police officer in any of those states that you possess a concealed handgun.

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    Valid only for the states you listed.
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    Knows the laws of the states you are going to go through. Remember that even though you have a FL CCW, if for instance you got stopped somewhere and has to deal with LEOs if you are not a resident of FL where you have a CCW from, you might get into trouble.
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    Thanks for the info and link!

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    All of the souteastern states accept a Florida resident carry permit.

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    yes, but from what I hear they all have different laws regarding what is ok and what is not. I can't seem to find the actual laws on the handgunlaw.us site. Anyone know which tab I click on?

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    You will have to google each individual state's laws if you want the actual laws. Don't just go on what you read on a forum.
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    TAKE A LOOK AT: Handgunlaw.us


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    Quote Originally Posted by ocalacarry View Post
    yes, but from what I hear they all have different laws regarding what is ok and what is not. I can't seem to find the actual laws on the handgunlaw.us site. Anyone know which tab I click on?
    On the opening page, click on the state on the map on the page and a summary of the laws will open as a pdf document.
    Element of Surprise: a mythical element that many believe has the same affect upon criminals that Kryptonite has upon Superman. Amerika: a place where the serfs are afraid of the action the police may take against them for perfectly legal behavior.

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