C45P312 wrote:That would make sense for locations were you are legally allowed to have a pistol in your "home" without further restrictions. However, from what I know, in NY (not even NYC) you need a license to possess a hangun in your home.lets say you stop in NYC at a hotel. That hotel is considered your "home" for that one day. You are allowed to have your weapon in the room, b/c you feel unsafe leaving it in your car etc...
Federal §926A. Interstate transportation of firearms, doesn't help you, as you aren't legal to have the handgun in your hotel legally.
So I can't see what would make it legal to have a handgun in your hotel NYC.
Anyone see something I am missing?