new vehicle question


thedub88

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Ok. what if I'm on the way home from work, and decide to swing in and grab some ammo. Now , if I have no firearm in the vehicle, do I still have to lock up the ammo?
 

Well, not to be a wise ass, but I did post in the section marked "Massachusetts Discussion and Firearm news" :pleasantry:
 
Browsing through some Massachusetts law, I think you have to have it locked up and have a state-issued gun license to purchase. I could be wrong, but that's the way I read it.:angry:

Remind me to NEVER move to Massachusetts.:biggrin:
 
You didn't pick up a box yet!!!????:yu:
That's why I mentioned in your Other thread about having TWO boxes. One for firearm and the other for ammo/mags. :biggrin:
You should be good to go!
 
speaking of "boxes" I use the bank money bags with the key locks. they fit many places thata traditonal case wont. any thoughts?
 
Well, the Law does say, "lockable Container" but without really being specific. Just like They say, must have a "Lock" without being specific.
Hey, maybe if it came with exploding die's it would be a great idea!
 
Well, the Law does say, "lockable Container" but without really being specific. Just like They say, must have a "Lock" without being specific.
Hey, maybe if it came with exploding die's it would be a great idea!


I like using these 1. easier to handle than a case 2. even with gun they fold up well. 3. they are free at most banks :biggrin: I got mine at TD, 1 for guns 1 for ammo 1 for the extra ammo I carry..lol:sarcastic:
 

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