In about 5 years I am going to retire. The "plan" is to do a bit of traveling with a 4x4 RV, with dirt bikes and firearms - to do some riding and shooting and maybe some hunting. I have a number of firearms that I might like to take with me that are not legal in Calif. I am aware of the fed. law protecting me if I am "passing through", but I have relatives in S. Calif. I might like to visit and then go on to other destinations. I wonder how I could store a firearm in a state - like Nevada - temporarily, such that I could come back through the state where it is legal, and pick it up and go on about my business, thereby satisfying both state and federal law by not staying overnight in a state where the firearm is effectively "banned"? I don't want to store the firearm with an FFL because, as I understand it, they would need to log it into their books. When I retire I intend to declare residency in a "free state" (if any are left) and thereby get any firearms I bought since the BGC went into effect, "off the books" so to speak. No - I don't know people in these states, much less people I would trust to store my firearms for me. Thoughts?