- Dec 20, 2018
I think it might be the other way around. Gun in the trunk or the back of an SUV, ammo in the glove box. But as long as they're separated.Haven't heard of the updated regs. But as far as I remember ammo and gun have to be separated. Ie; ammo in trunk, gun locked in front seat. Glove box etc
Not sure if bb/pellet is same
Are you getting ready to protect yourself from MTB on the Cluck?@pequa1 Was wondering what you know about the regs for shooting/carrying/transporting a BB/Pellet pistol here in Suffolk county
If I'm rocking a ghillie suit in the low light on the south side of the prop I have a 100 -110' rangeI have no idea how I missed seeing this. Avenger is correct. Transporting a BB or pellet pistol is probably not a problem. But shooting it ? Hah ! Unless you are in your basement or live in the middle of "the back 40". you will probably run afoul of the "no discharge of a firearm (which the idiots in Albany and SE NY claim a BB gun to be) within 500 feet of an occupied dwelling. Although I haven't in a while, I can use my basement for a 33' range into a steel angled trap for pellets.
Well said.Newyorkistan IS messed up. Keep voting blue and it will get so much better🤣