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    Hey guys, my best friend will be travelling through North Dakota with her dad's small caliber firearm to her home in there. What is your states laws regarding this?

    Thanks
    I yell "PIKACHU" before I tase someone.

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    In North Dakota, a person may carry a handgun between the hours of one hour before sunrise and one hour after sunset if it is unloaded and in plain view or secured, and between the hours of one hour after sunset and one hour before sunrise if the handgun is unloaded and secured. N.D. Cent. Code § 62.1-03-01(1). "Secured" means:

    Closed into a trunk or non-passenger part of a vehicle;

    Placed into a closed and secure carrying device;

    Rendered inoperative by use of a trigger, hammer, cylinder, slide, or barrel-locking device that renders the firearm incapable of firing until the device is unlocked and removed; or

    So disassembled or disabled as to be rendered incapable of firing.

    Section 62.1-01-01(11).

    The restrictions do not apply to a person who is:

    A concealed weapons licensee;

    On his or her land, residence or place of business;

    Lawfully engaged in target shooting;

    In the field and engaging in the lawful pursuit of hunting or trapping, except when in a motor vehicle;

    Carrying a handgun, unloaded and in a secure wrapper, to or from the place of purchase to his or her home, business or a place or repair;

    An on-duty security guard or investigator authorized by the attorney general;

    Engaged in manufacturing, repairing, or dealing in handguns or the agent or representative of such a person carrying a handgun in the usual or ordinary course of business; or

    A common carrier, but only when carrying the handgun as part of the cargo in the usual cargo carrying portion of the vehicle.


    If you read through all this jibberish it basically says make sure it is unloaded, cased and is at the further most back compartment of your vehicle. (IE trunk, back hatch etc.)
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