Handguns must be unloaded in a case stored in the trunk, unless you have a permit to carry in your state. If you hold a permit to conceal carry in your home state, you may carry a concealed handgun in the vehicle. Indiana recognizes all other states' concealed carry permits.
Similarly, which states do not require a permit to carry a concealed weapon?
Seven states — Maine, Arizona, Kansas, Wyoming, Alaska, Vermont, and now Missouri — do not require a permit to carry a concealed handgun within their borders. But some residents of these “permitless” states opt to obtain a license anyway, often for the ability to carry their guns out of state.
Which states are guns illegal?
All 50 states allow, at some level, concealed carry, but some states are considerably more restrictive than others. California, Florida, Illinois, Texas, South Carolina and New York (as well as Washington, D.C.) are the only states to prohibit open carry of handguns in public.
What states allow you to carry a firearm?
Unrestricted states: In six states — Alaska, Arizona, Kansas, Maine, Vermont and Wyoming — no permit at all is required to carry a concealed weapon in public, according to the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence, a gun-control advocacy group.