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It's all good to transport a shotgun (cased, unloaded) from NJ to a range in PA to shoot, right? I've never done it before, but may be in the near future...just want to check to make sure I'm not overlooking anything you guys may be aware of?
 

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Yep i do it every weekend from April to December.As long as they are cased and unloaded.You will either need a PA hunting license or range permit to use a public range.They started cracking down on it this past year.
 

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Private is private they will most likley charge you a tresspass fee.The licence is only for public ranges,granted at this time of year bumping into a warden is slim i would not take the risk of a fine.
 

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anybody got a link to it?...having trouble finding it, I see references to it all over the web, but not the thing itself
 

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at this time of year bumping into a warden is slim
ran into one last year and was glad. I was lost due to kids ripping downa streetsign, heran into me 5 min after I pulled off the side of the road. He was very nice and helpfull compared to some of the stories I've read.
 

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I have had good and bad run ins with them but for the most part they are pretty good.Had one help us get a bear out a few years ago that was way in out in Center county and wouldnt even let us buy him lunch.I dont blame them,people are pigs at the ranges in pa and jersey i was always taught to take more then you bring.
 
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