CHAPTER 1070CARRYING FIREARMS WHILE OPERATING OR RIDING SNOWMOBILES OR ALL-TERRAIN VEHICLESH.F. 2283AN ACT relating to carrying a firearm while operating or riding on a snowmobile or an all-terrain vehicle.Be It Enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:   Section 1.   Section 321G.13, subsection 2, Code 2016, is amended to read as follows:   2.   a.  A person shall not operate or ride a snowmobile with a firearm in the person’s possession unless it is unloaded and enclosed in a carrying case. However, a nonambulatory person may carry an uncased and unloaded firearm while operating or riding a snowmobile.   b.  (1)  A person may operate or ride on a snowmobile with a loaded firearm, whether concealed or not, without a permit to carry weapons, if the person operates or rides on land owned or possessed by the person, and the person’s conduct is otherwise lawful.   (2)  If a person is operating or riding on a snowmobile on land that is not owned or possessed by the person, the person may operate or ride the snowmobile with a loaded firearm, whether concealed or not, if all of the following apply:   (a)  The firearm is a pistol or revolver and is secured in a retention holster upon the person.   (b)  The person has in the person’s possession and displays to a peace officer on demand a valid permit to carry weapons which has been issued to the person.   (c)  The person’s conduct is within the limits of the permit to carry weapons.   c.  A person shall not discharge a firearm while on a snowmobile, except that a nonambulatory person may discharge a firearm from a snowmobile while lawfully hunting if the person is not operating or riding a moving snowmobile.   Sec. 2.   Section 321I.14, subsection 2, Code 2016, is amended to read as follows:   2.   a.  A person shall not operate or ride an all-terrain vehicle with a firearm in the person’s possession unless it is unloaded and enclosed in a carrying case. However, a nonambulatory person may carry an uncased and unloaded firearm while operating or riding an all-terrain vehicle.   b.  (1)  A person may operate or ride on an all-terrain vehicle with a loaded firearm, whether concealed or not, without a permit to carry weapons, if the person operates or rides on land owned or possessed by the person, and the person’s conduct is otherwise lawful.   (2)  If a person is operating or riding on an all-terrain vehicle on land that is not owned or possessed by the person, the person may operate or ride the all-terrain vehicle with a loaded firearm, whether concealed or not, if all of the following apply:   (a)  The firearm is a pistol or revolver and is secured in a retention holster upon the person.   (b)  The person has in the person’s possession and displays to a peace officer on demand a valid permit to carry weapons which has been issued to the person.   (c)  The person’s conduct is within the limits of the permit to carry weapons.   c.  A person shall not discharge a firearm while on an all-terrain vehicle, except that a nonambulatory person may discharge a firearm from an all-terrain vehicle while lawfully hunting if the person is not operating or riding a moving all-terrain vehicle.Approved April 6, 2016