Yes, but the transport restrictions for it are the same as for handguns, basically. So don't leave it in the car.And BTW you can shoot hollow point ammo at a range, or Hunting, or have in your home for home defense.
Yes you have to police your rounds carefully, one bullet falls on the floor of your vehicle out of a bulk pack and you can have a big problem if your pulled over on your morning ride to work. I keep all my ammo inside a separate ammo bag every time I go to the range. I never keep it with my gun cases or in my range gear bag. I treat that ammo bag like it's radio active while in the car.Yes, but the transport restrictions for it are the same as for handguns, basically. So don't leave it in the car.
Don't forget about .22LR hollow points in your rifle bag...
Probably eye and ear protection, just about the only requirement at every range. Some private ranges have you participate in a safety briefing prior to shooting on your first visit. Just bring your drivers license and FPID card. State WMA range also bring your hunting license.
I brought this up in another thread regarding long gun transport. The law specifically states that you must have "acquired" a FPID, not that you must carry/present it.Holy crap, i can't believe nobody mentioned that YOU DONT NEED TO CARRY YOUR FPID!