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Old 12-09-2012, 05:55 PM   #121
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Pretty sure you'd be ok with the unloaded guns in the truck cab, provided there's NO ammo in there too. IF you're also transporting ammo, put that in a secure box either in the cab (locked away) or in the truck bed.

Back when I lived in FL, it wasn't difficult to get a concealed carry license. Just needed to fit the parameters, do the forms, and then wait. I'm planning on going for mine (in NH) after the new year.

Checked up on the laws for NH... concealed carry license is $10 for residents.

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Old 12-09-2012, 07:40 PM   #122
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NH license is good in many states including VT. NOT MA, ME, or NY.

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Old 12-09-2012, 07:44 PM   #123
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IF you're also transporting ammo, put that in a secure box either in the cab (locked away) or in the truck bed.
And the loose stuff in tin cans(ammo), not sure what they are, they don't look like anything labeled in boxes... should I be worried if I bring them to a shop to look at? That it may or may not be legal? Do I get a free pass for being ignorant, probably not. I'll just transport them separately to be safe, worth the extra trip. Once again, thanks and sorry if I ask a stupid question, so much to learn, so little time left. According to my grandfather, world as we know it is coming to an end this month, a couple weeks, get ready. LOL, I highly doubt his fears were valid, and always told him, since I'm female I don't need a gun to get what I want or need.... He never liked me saying that. But, they are nice to have, you can kill something, then eat it if you're strapped for cash to get to the grocery store.
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Old 12-09-2012, 07:55 PM   #124
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Keep the ammo separate in the vehicle and you will be fine, no need for a second trip.

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Old 12-09-2012, 07:55 PM   #125
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And the loose stuff in tin cans(ammo), not sure what they are, they don't look like anything labeled in boxes... should I be worried if I bring them to a shop to look at? That it may or may not be legal? Do I get a free pass for being ignorant, probably not. I'll just transport them separately to be safe, worth the extra trip. Once again, thanks and sorry if I ask a stupid question, so much to learn, so little time left. According to my grandfather, world as we know it is coming to an end this month, a couple weeks, get ready. LOL, I highly doubt his fears were valid, and always told him, since I'm female I don't need a gun to get what I want or need.... He never liked me saying that. But, they are nice to have, you can kill something, then eat it if you're strapped for cash to get to the grocery store.
Or when the grocery stores go the way of the rest of the world (when it ends) you can go hunting. Provided, of course, you have a firearm that's suitable for the job.

IMO, everyone should at least know gun safety.
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Old 12-09-2012, 08:08 PM   #126
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I picked up a decent shape Miroku 500 side-by-side 12ga this week from a co-worker for $200. From what I'm finding online and hearing from my cousin, I stole it. Anyone know about this brand?
Miroku makes the Citori's for Browning. I believe all Browning long guns are made by Miroku or FN.
It should be a well made gun and the barrels well regulated. I believe they were made for a brief period in the 80's. Does it have choke tubes? Parts might hard to track down for it but I think that's somewhat standard for most doubles.

Should be a solid working double not a wall hanger. Have the chamber length checked if it's not stamped on the gun.
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Your right to bear arms parlays to the obligation to defend others from evil.

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Old 12-09-2012, 09:49 PM   #128
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NH license is good in many states including VT. NOT MA, ME, or NY.
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THE FOLLOWING STATES HONOR A CONCEALED HANDGUN PERMIT FROM NH

AK
AL
AR
AZ
GA
IA
ID
IN
KY
LA
MO
MS
NC
ND
PA
SD
TN
UT
VT
WY
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THE FOLLOWING STATES HONOR A NH PERMIT (ONLY IF THE PERMIT HOLDER IS A NH RESIDENT)

CO
FL
MI

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But not ME, MA or NY.

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Old 12-09-2012, 10:56 PM   #130
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I guess a car trunk or tool box on a truck would count as "securely encased"?



Thanks, yeah, made me dizzy reading it. I'm not ready to run out and take them anywhere today, but good to know. Will keep researching, thanks guys.
Since you said they were your grandfathers im assuming worl war one and two guns? maybe some comercail guns from that time frame?

I actually collect ww2 rifles and hand guns

Now for the ammo, it should be good in the trunk, just put it in a container dont let it roll around loose.
If you dont know what it is and want a gunshop to tell you take it in a container and ,please dont open it in the store, let a store worker do that. rounds in hand at a gun counter makes employees very nervous
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