Carrying concealed no matter where you go is nothing new for a lot of people. However, for newcomers to the concealed carry practice, navigating the constantly changing and evolving state and federal laws can be a nightmare to keep up with. While doing your own research is perfectly fine, having a nice, compact, and concise guide for the dos and don’ts of carrying concealed in various states can be extremely helpful, especially for those who like to travel a lot. In fact, TFBTV’s James Reeves has been quoted as saying that queries on interstate travel with firearms (and into casinos) are one of his most frequently asked questions by U.S. Law Shield members. So if you’re curious, U.S. Law Shield has some great State-Specific Travel Guides that will give readers tips and facts as they pertain to gun laws in the state they are traveling into.
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Traveling with a Gun: U.S. LawShield’s State-Specific Travel Guides
U.S. LawShield members can take the guesswork out of traveling with a firearm by contacting their Independent Program Attorney at the toll-free number on the back of their membership card. State-specific travel guides are accessible to everyone on the U.S. LawShield website to help folks prepare for upcoming travel at resources.uslawshield.com/travel-guide. “Remember, not knowing the law is not a valid defense,” stated Evans.
Traveling with a firearm is oftentimes a daunting task and most of us just want to be able to carry a concealed firearm with us to protect ourselves and our families in unfamiliar places. That is why knowing the ins and outs of the places you’re going to is extremely important lest you run afoul of the local laws and regulations. Often times there can be subtle differences even between neighboring states in regards to the types of ammunition, magazine capacity or features that your particular firearm has that may make it illegal to carry into that state. If you’re interested in learning more about U.S. LawShield’s Travel Guides you can visit http://uslawshield.com/travel/ to check out and read every single travel guide they’ve put out completely free of charge (print copies are sold for $9.95). More comprehensive state guides are also sold via U.S. LawShield’s online store.