Weapons have allowed mankind to overcome the natural world, provide for self-defense, and wage war against enemies. They have also resulted in innumerable crimes, injuries, and deaths. And weapons that are concealed, as opposed to those that are in plain sight, often result in injuries and fatalities that would not have happened had the gun been obvious.
While the right to keep and bear arms is a constitutionally protected liberty, all states limit a person's ability to carry or possess certain weapons in certain situations. Each state has its own laws that establish the types of weapons that are illegal to own or possess.
A person is entitled to use a gun for self defense in the U.S., if necessary, but laws in every state establish when a person can use force to defend himself (or another), and whether a person can use a weapon. Someone who intends to carry or keep a gun for self defense purposes should follow state laws on gun ownership and carrying concealed weapons.
The answer depends on where you live, and whether you want to carry your gun in a concealed manner or openly, loaded or unloaded. To carry a concealed gun, most states require a concealed carry permit. However, even with a permit, additional laws usually apply to guns in vehicles.
“Run to the Res” is one of the codes that people have been known to use to suggest a trip to tribal land to purchase items not available off-reservation. Fireworks are among the booty sought by such day-trippers. But, is it legal for tribes to sell fireworks when it is not legal elsewhere in a state?