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Old 02-11-2013, 6:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Ninety View Post
It Scares me that a LEO has not given a good response here...
Long guns (rifles, shotguns) must be unloaded when transported in a vehicle. There is no requirement for a locked container with the exception of long guns considered to be "assault weapons". Federal law requires locking containers when inside of a "gun-free school zone." The constitutionality of the federal Gun-Free School Zone Act is in question due to the U.S. v. Lopez ruling.

Assault weapons, as defined by California law, must always be transported in locked containers and may only be transported under certain circumstances.


But like others have stated... Expect some attention from it.. Get a rack that locks (edit: for traveling thru school zones) and you are G2G.
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