My answer to I'm visiting the USA soon. From what I read it seems like not carrying a firearm would be taking an un…
Answer by Desmond Last:
I rode my Harley across America. From Los Angles to Texas, Then onto New York From there to Canada and down to Denver. The closest I got to being frightened was when I and my Harley leaped into the air as we vaulted a New York pothole. If it was an Olympic Sport I would have won a Gold Medal.
The second time I got frightened, was when I watched the White Volvo truck in my handlebar mirror break hard, as I struggled to keep the Harley upright in pitch black over some unsigned roadworks. I imagine the truck driver had a change of underpants.
I only ever met friendly talkative polite people. OK, there were some people who seemed to make a mission out of being prats but they are everywhere, particularly in the U.K.
I am going back soon to Washington D.C, via a few other places, to take on Obama and the U.S Federal Government in a Human Rights Court Case.
I will not buy a firearm as I felt safe when I was there no matter where I went.
The Laws vary from State to State. But my advice is not to buy one. That way you will not put yourself in a position in which you think you are safe because you have a gun.