I'm probably going to do my second drive cross-country from Virginia to California later this Fall when I move permanently to my home in Hawaii. (I totally enjoyed my last drive cross-country. Highly recommended!) This time I'll be going alone in my pick-up truck with my cat. My plan is to get a bed cap for my truck and camp out in the bed at night at camp sites along the way. I'll need to keep the back windows of the cap popped open at night for ventilation, so I'll be pretty exposed. My Toyota Tacoma and bed cap (same, except my truck is white): I have the firearms listed below my sig, and will also have an AR-15 by the time I make the trip. My firearms + an AR-15 coming soon: I currently have a Virginia CHP and have already passed the test and applied for my Utah CFP. I can carry concealed all the way up to Nevada. Nevada and California are the only states on my trip where I can't carry concealed. I can only check in two bag on the airline from California to Hawaii. One bag will be my cat in his kennel crate. The other bag will be my guns. The airline limits 3 guns per checked bag, so I can only pick 3 guns to go with me cross country. My first pick is the .357 Magnum, the G19, and the shotgun. Everything else (the G22, the Winchester rifle, and the AR-15) can be shipped ahead by my FFL dealer in Virginia. What guns would you take on this trip cross country, keeping in mind that I'll be sleeping at night in the bed of the truck? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!