I'm researching handgun laws in prep for a road trip in november and I can't figure out wyoming's transport law. "Anyone who can legally own a firearm can carry it anywhere inside a vehicle loaded or unloaded as long as it is not concealed on your person. Wyoming law states that you can not carry a concealed firearm without a permit. There is no Wyoming law about carrying inside your vehicle." Now, WY doesn't honor my VA CCW, and i don't require any VA permit to own a handgun, but apparently WY does. So i'm a bit confused by the statement above. does "Anyone" refer to WY residents only, or is it truly anyone? SInce they don't issue non-resident permits and don't honor my CCW, could i conceivably get in trouble just for transporting my hand gun unloaded and out of reach through the state? I'd call the State Police but if they're anything like VA State Police I already know more about their gun laws than they do.