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by RVN War Dawg
Sun Mar 13, 2011 7:12 pm
Forum: Site Announcements, Questions & Suggestions
Topic: Travel to Canada w/ handgun
Replies: 46
Views: 5766

Re: Travel to Canada w/ handgun

Rebel wrote:
RVN War Dawg wrote:Securing the weapon in a safety deposit box in the US makes sense. If you carry an automatic strip it down to parts and bag them in several plastic bags. A quick squirt of lube will prevent rust. Gun parts are not longer a weapon. Traveling the US requires research into the state laws. The CHL laws are different. Ignorance is no excuse.

That is not true, the serialized part of a gun(frame most the time), is a firearm no matter what. Yes it may not be able to fire, but it is a firearm. Try just taking a frame on an airplane and see what happens when you tell them it's not a gun.
I am not talking about shipping or flying that way. I am talking about storing in a bank in a non CCL state. Where I don't want to walk into with a firearm.
by RVN War Dawg
Tue Mar 08, 2011 12:54 pm
Forum: Site Announcements, Questions & Suggestions
Topic: Travel to Canada w/ handgun
Replies: 46
Views: 5766

Re: Travel to Canada w/ handgun

Securing the weapon in a safety deposit box in the US makes sense. If you carry an automatic strip it down to parts and bag them in several plastic bags. A quick squirt of lube will prevent rust. Gun parts are not longer a weapon. Traveling the US requires research into the state laws. The CHL laws are different. Ignorance is no excuse.

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