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    Long Gun Transport - help!

    C.T. state law states that there is no minimum age to posses a long gun, but what about having one unloaded in your car to go to the range? is there a difference between transporting and possessing?

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    Well, CT law does give minimum age of 18 to possess a rifle or shotgun. Anyway, the answer to your question is they may be transported unloaded in a vehicle, no problem alt al as long as the person transporting is not a prohibited person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brk913 View Post
    Well, CT law does give minimum age of 18 to possess a rifle or shotgun. Anyway, the answer to your question is they may be transported unloaded in a vehicle, no problem alt al as long as the person transporting is not a prohibited person.
    Thats not true. At 12 a child can hunt in CT, kinda hard to do without possessing a rifle. I believe the law is about ownership not possession.

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