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    I will be traveling to MA this July and and stay in MA for a week. My in-law live in MA have their Class A MA license.

    MA laws stated that "You can not carry a loaded firearm of any type inside any vehicle in Massachusetts without a class A permit issued by the state of Massachusetts."

    But my NC CCW license is not accepted in NY, CT and MA. Since I am driving with my wife and kid and traveling at night time, I want to have my handgun with me for a peace of mind while traveling on vacation.

    what would you suggest me to do? bring the gun to MA and hand it over to my in-law to store it when I get there and get it back when I'm driving back?

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    leave the gun back in NC and travel without it?

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    I suggest following the applicable laws for any state you travel in. If MA laws forbids loaded weapons inside a vehicle w/o a MA issued permit, I would not be the one violating that law. Why risk an arrest & ruin your vacation? JMHO

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    when will our NC license accept by NY, CT and MA???

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    Very likely never.

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    Just from what I read here, I would carry it unloaded but able to be loaded really flipping quick.

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