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Thread: Carrying in the Adirondacks

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    Just wondering, I camp every year in the Adirondacks and was wondering about the laws regarding that. If anyone has any info regarding this, please post.

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    Laws regarding what exactly?? If you mean handgun laws, there is only one reference - NYS Penal Law 400.00. In or out of the Adirondaks is irrelevent, it's still NYS.

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    I am allowed to carry (according to NY state law) anywhere in the state except NYC, Federal buildings like post offices, schools, and state colleges. I was just wondering about state parks as in the adirondacks if they have some rule saying no handguns allowed.

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    The Adirondaks is a "forever wild" area. It is not a "park" per se and is not managed by the parks service. There are , however, recreation sites that exist within the "park boundries" that may fall into the category of state park. Remember that - permit or not - private businesses/areas have a right to post their own restrictions so you have to play it by ear.

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