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    Talked to a Minnesota trooper and asked the same question.
    He did not know the answer.
    But thought if the magazine was loaded and kept in the rifle when stored then it "might" be.
    Minnesota allows long guns to be cased when being transported, but not loaded without a permit according to what I could find.
    Anyone from MN have any ideas?
    Do not have a MN non-resident permit and MN does not recognize Iowa's permit.
    Think I will just keep it unloaded, stored as designed and put it into a small case to be sure.

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    Heck, in Texas, I can ride through town with an AR15 slung on me on my motorcycle or walk down the sidewalk with it cocked and locked, round chambered, totally legal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by winnsman View Post
    A question that I think I know the answer to, but with all the crazy laws in different state was wondering this:

    Would a Ruger AR-7 or similar be considered a concealed weapon when the barrel and firing mechanism is stored in the stock? There is space for ammo storage in there also.

    Am thinking no, but any other thoughts?
    Here in Florida, if it is disassembled and inside a case (butstock), it is perfectly legal to carry without a CC permit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NativeTexan View Post
    Heck, in Texas, I can ride through town with an AR15 slung on me on my motorcycle or walk down the sidewalk with it cocked and locked, round chambered, totally legal.
    But, why would you want to unless it was an organized event? I’m beginning to soften up on my “by God” if OC of Guns is legal then I’m ‘agonna show em off. With the antigun folks out there, trying to keep the image of gun folk as UN offensive as possible.
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