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Emily Miller: Transporting a gun through D.C.
« on: February 29, 2012, 01:06:55 PM »
Emily Miller: Transporting a gun through D.C.
 
Posted on February 22, 2012
I had my new, legally-registered Sig Sauer at home for ten days before I figured out how to take it to a nearby state to shoot it.
Although Id spent four hours in a classroom memorizing the gun laws in Washington, D.C. and then passed a written test at the police station, I was still confused about the logistics of legally transporting a gun somewhere to practice.
 
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Re: Emily Miller: Transporting a gun through D.C.
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2012, 01:30:40 PM »
Other then the silliness with fuel and going to the potty this is alomost to the letter what we have to comply with up here if transporting a handgun.
One addition is that you have to be a member of a Gun Club that has/is approved for handgun shooters. Not all are, the one I belong to isn't. Forget about walking around with a holstered gun at the Range either.
The gun comes out of the lockabe container when on you shooting station and fgoes back into the container when you leave the station.

I can't put up with this Bull Crap soI don't bother with a hand gun and at well over 5 bucks a US gal for gas I'm not driving any further then I have to.  >:(

 


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