Traveling Across State Lines With Ammo. (no, sending the ammo your way doesn't count.) Be able to confirm that you're transporting any firearms for lawful purposes.
As long as you follow the laws stated in the gun control act of 1968, which is enforced by the national bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives, then you should be fine. As more and more states are opting to pass laws authorizing either medical (or in the recent case of colorado) recreational marijuana use and sales, it has become increasingly common to wonder what the new legal limitations are on the product. This act is designed to protect gun owners who are transporting firearms across state lines or locally.
If you want to be extra safe, a lawyer i talked to suggested locking the ammo and guns in separate lock boxes.
Any legal issues at all with driving it across state lines in those quantities? Here's a quick rundown of the best practices when traveling across state lines with firearms: I am new gun owner(as of one week ago) and just wanted to make sure travelling between my state and nv was ok. The answer is it depends.