- Dec 1, 2003
"safe thing to do would be to leave the Glock at home."Interesting responses so far....
I agree that CC and transportation in a vehicle are two different things. I was specifically wanting to know about having a weapon in the car. I do not plan on carrying the weapon.
I thought there was a Supreme Court ruling that said the city/state (I believe it was NY - maybe DC) couldn't deny you the right to take your pistol to the range in your car. I thought this ruling struck down any state laws against transportation. I accept that the city/state might be able to tell you how to secure your pistol (maybe in a locked box in the trunk) while in the vehicle....but I thought it was legal.
I did NOT know the Ohio transportation issue. I've driven into Cincinnati several times with my loaded Glock in my truck. Is that still law in effect?
Wife wants to drive through New England. It sounds nice, peaceful, laid-back. I guess the safe thing to do would be to leave the Glock at home.
Yes, unless some affirmative action criminal decides to carjack you.