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Traveler’s Guide to the Firearm Laws of the Fifty States

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The book is currently in its 20th edition with over 1,000,000 copies sold since the first edition was published in 1996. Attorney J. Scott Kappas uses case law and statutory authority to render plain English advice as to how a traveler should carry firearms while visiting the many states of our great nation.

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As A Gun Owner You Are At Risk

Every Time You Cross State Lines

In America Gun Owners Risk Potential Jail Time and Fines When

They Travel with Their Guns Without Being Aware of Each State’s Laws

Here are two recent examples of people who are even now doing battle in the court room to stay out of jail and prevent being convicted of felonies that would jeopardize their ability to ever OWN a gun again.

nra-newsIn July 2015 Brian Fletcher was arrested in New Jersey for doing something he was taught to do back in his home state of North Carolina. “As co-owner of a company that repairs cell towers, Brian Fletcher and his crews were responding to an emergency call that sent them to New Jersey where half a million people were without power due to a storm. But in an instant, Brian went from helping people to getting a crash course in “Jersey justice.”

fox-news-logo“Elizabeth Elderli never leaves her Houston home unarmed. So, when the former U.S. Marine visited Manhattan’s September 11 Memorial, two guns were in her backpack when she saw a “no firearms” sign at the security checkpoint. Elderli told a police officer about the loaded 9-mm. and .380-caliber semi-automatic guns — both covered by her Texas-issued concealed weapons permit, which she believed was valid in New York. But she quickly learned that the Empire State’s gun control laws bear no resemblance to those in effect back home. Elderli was arrested in the Saturday incident, charged with felony possession of a weapon and left facing 3 ½ to 15 years in prison.”

And it isn’t just the few Anti-Gun States like New Jersey and New York that are Getting Gun Owners in Trouble. Gun Owners even find themselves against the law in states like Wyoming & Texas when they mistakenly enter “off limits” areas

Introducing the “Travelers Guide”

different state gun lawsAttorney J. Scott Kappas uses case law and statutory authority to render plain English advice as to how a traveler should carry firearms while visiting the many states of our great nation.

The book is currently in its 19th edition with over 1,000,000 copies sold since the first edition was published in 1996. Owners of recreational vehicles make up one of the book’s largest readerships. But any gun owner who travels with a firearm will find the Traveler’s Guide’s insight extremely helpful. Aside from being favorably reviewed by a host of magazine editors, the book is sold at the NRA’s famous national firearms museum and used by the National Football League and National Basketball Association as reference material for their security directors and players.

The book features an easy to follow SINGLE PAGE “cheat sheet” for each of the 50 states. Click here for a sample page of the book.

This is NOT an eBook – This is Physical Bound Book

Contains Answers to These Questions:

  • 2016bookpictureWhich states allow me to carry a “loaded” firearm in the passenger compartment of my vehicle?
  • Which states allow me to carry a concealed firearm with or without a licen
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  • Which states honor my permit to carry a concealed firearm?
  • Which states allow carry in restaurants serving alcohol?
  • Which states’ laws allow open carry of a firearm while on foot?
  • Which states prohibit the mere possession of a handgun while in a vehicle?
  • In which states is it better to carry a rifle or shotgun for personal protection?
  • Which states prevent localities from regulating firearms carry?
  • Which states require permittees to declare their status to Law Enforcement?
  • How can I legally possess firearms in National Parks and Forests?
  • Which states allow me to carry a firearm in their state parks?
  • How can I transport firearms on commercial airline, cruise ships & trains?
  • How can I transport firearms through a state that prohibits any gun possession?
  • How do I carry a firearm if I am an active duty or retired law enforcement officer?
  • How do I carry a handgun on a motorcycle?
  • Which states guarantee my right to self-defense in their statutes?
  • Which states allow vehicle carry on university and college campuses?

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6 reviews for Traveler’s Guide to the Firearm Laws of the Fifty States

  1. (verified owner):

    I have looked over the Traveler’s Guide to the Firearm Laws of the Fifty States and found it to be quite informative. It pretty much covers the ins and outs of traveling with a gun about the country. First and foremost it is a good tool to help keep you out of trouble with interstate firearm transport. It is certainly worth the few dollars it costs. Two thumbs up.

  2. :

    Excellent comprehensive treatment of a complex, rapidly changing state-specific pattern of conflicting regulations that challenge gun owners as they travel interstate.

    Gregory B. Curwen

    Attorney at Law

  3. (verified owner):

    john california february 24, 2016

    i have the current 2016 book as well as the 2012 book , because politics change in states when new parties, govenors get elected and it is a

    good idea to keep up which states are trying to take away your freedoms , the firearm guide gives you a good idea of which state will be the

    best and the worst to live in. for instance a beautiful place to visit is Hawaii but check out their politics its very very bad. we already know that

    California sucks and is anti firearm ownership, but is it really other than a lot of rules and hypocrisy with the the dros fees alone bring in a ton of money and the fees the mfg pays per gun to allow them to be sold in calif is tremendous

    so every few years purchase an updated guide and keep informed of where to live and where to travel with firearms

  4. :

    Received 3 days after ordering. Book definitely lives up to your ad. Impressed with the “freedom scale”. I went thru and hi-lited the features of each state that we normally travel through that pertain to us. i have shown and recommended the Guide to several shooting friends and will be sharing it with more.

  5. (verified owner):

    I buy this book at minimum every 2 years. Things change so fast and these guys keep up on it. I travel often enough, and I keep he book with me so that should anything come up I have proof to show that I made an effort to travel wisely. This book is well worth the money.

  6. (verified owner):

    I have a CCW permit for Ohio. Once a year we travel to Florida, stay for 4 months and then travel back to Ohio. Since I always take a handgun with me, it was important to know the CC laws of the states I travel through and also how to legally carry in those states. This book will be a big help to me to keep me within the law.

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