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Posted by TOMB4440 on May 12, 2003 at 09:50:01:
In Reply to: NAKER --Question about checking the cuts. posted by smorefun on May 09, 2003 at 08:16:18:
:I'd have to agree about the Border Patrol. The only hassle I've had is near Bracketville. Usually if they're on the road they'll pull over and talk to you and don't even flinch when you tell them what you're doing. I had one offer advice on locations!
Here's a Question for you. If you are traveling, which is defined as spending the night away from your home and you have crossed numerous county lines to get to your destination, you have the right to have in your posession a firearm for protection. If you are walking the shoulders and checking the cuts at night in a strange place and your vehicle is out of sight, if you have a backpack or fanny pack you can put the firearm in there unloaded for protection purposes for any drunks or crazies that you may come across. God forbid I ever have to use it but it is security to know I have it. Have any of you had any experience with this or know if they will haul you to jail for possesing a firearm. If you show your proof that you are not from the location and that you are traveling, and that you are collecting legaly, will they let you go. I do not like the idea of walking in the middle of the night, in a strange place alone without protection. At least if I am cruising I can have the firearm in my truck in the console and not on my person and I have the option to speed up and drive on if I encounter any trouble.