Category: Gun Laws

If you’re moving with guns, it’s important to know about state and local gun laws.

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Moving a Gun to Idaho

Idaho is recognized as one of the most lax states when it comes to firearm ownership. The state constitution explicitly prohibits the local government from regulating firearm ownership, possession, use, transportation, or carry within...

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Moving a Gun to Utah

Transporting Guns in Utah Moving to Utah means “welcome” to a very gun-friendly state. The state’s laws do not require registration of your guns. You don’t need a permit to carry openly in public,...

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Moving a Gun to Nevada

If you are going to Nevada either for a vacation or a longer stay, bringing your gun should be very easy. Nevada has some of the most lenient laws in the country and is...

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Moving A Gun North Dakota

If you are moving to North Dakota or need to transport firearms in North Dakota, you need to be aware of the state’s firearms laws. NOTE: Federal and state firearms laws can change frequently....

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Moving a Gun to Arizona

Transportation If you’re a gun owner moving to Arizona, you’re in luck. Arizona boasts some of the nation’s loosest weapon restrictions, including open-carry laws that would get you arrested in most other states. However,...

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Moving a Gun to Washington, D.C.

Transporting It is required when traveling into DC whether it is for short term or long term both your firearm and ammunition be kept separate and apart; never the two shall meet while in...

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Moving a Gun To Colorado

Transporting a Gun If you are planning a move to Colorado and own a firearm, you first should be aware about the state’s rules for transporting a gun in your car. You can travel...

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Moving a Gun to Michigan

Whether you’re moving for personal or business reasons, moving a gun to Michigan is a relatively simple task compared to other states. As long as you follow a few basic rules, you should not...