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Posted on February 22, 2012
I had my new, legally-registered Sig Sauer at home for ten days before I figured out how to take it to a nearby state to shoot it.Although I’d spent four hours in a classroom memorizing the gun laws in Washington, D.C. and then passed a written test at the police station, I was still confused about the logistics of legally transporting a gun somewhere to practice.
Read the Artical: The Washington Times
Interstate transport, Washington DC
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