I'm planning a road trip to CA and I want to bring my P320 subcompact. It is ok to bring the 12 round 9mm magazine with me? Some people are telling me the magazine needs to be disassembled to bring into CA?
Yeah? Cali doesn't honor anyone's permits or issues them in most of the state.Yep, no 12 rounder, 10 round limit.
Just in case, CA doesn't honor FL CCW permits.
My FL CWFL is valid in 37 states. California AIN'T one of them. So I'll pass.That is true. 24 states (I think that's the count) honor CAs...shows the arrogance of the state.
Luckily I live in one of the more "rational" counties when it comes to carry permits.
I not planning on carrying in CA, I'm probably going to lock it up in a case a couple miles before crossing the AZ/CA border.Yeah? Cali doesn't honor anyone's permits or issues them in most of the state.
You can't have it in your car in most of the state either. You say road trip. Have you checked your route and made sure that the states you drive thru are ok as well. Some have some silly rules when it comes to guns in cars.
Unloaded in a lock box or the trunk sounds like it would be totally worthless in any type situation where you'd need it.
And when it's in the locked container, MAKE SURE it is NOT loaded - No loaded mag in the gun, and no round in the chamber.I not planning on carrying in CA, I'm probably going to lock it up in a case a couple miles before crossing the AZ/CA border.
From the link I posted above:And when it's in the locked container, MAKE SURE it is NOT loaded - No loaded mag in the gun, and no round in the chamber.
And even though it's legal, some LEO may not know that it's OK to have a loaded mag in the same locked container as the unloaded gun. Better to keep mags separate...
Remember - It's California so no logic applies here...
Mag/Ammo cannot be in same container. So you need two locked containers I guess?Laws vary depending on mode of transportation and destination. A person over the age of 18 can transport a pistol, revolver, or other firearm in a motor vehicle as long as it is unloaded and in a locked container. Ammunition must also be in a separate container and both must be stored in a part of the vehicle that isn't readily accessible, such as the trunk