Good find HeavyC. I knew the part "I" about automobiles, but didn't know about part "II".
Off topic, but I find the word "conveyance" interesting, it clearly applies to cars, but I wonder if one could stretch that to scooters, hoverarounds, and wheel chairs.
In Colorado the revised statutes are specific about allowing carry of a handgun (concealed or open) legally on private property or in "any" private mode of transportation. I interpret that to mean any vehicle, motorized or not. The laws regarding long guns still applies and they have to be unloaded in/on a vehicle. There are a few rare times that you just don't need a permit to have a concealed handgun, so if the law allows then my bother paying the government for permission to exercise your birth right as an American? You shouldn't need to pay the government for permission to protect yourself anyway!
As Hawkeye270 mensioned, some hunters carry sidearmes for protection against the two legged agressor that you may encounter in the woods, not so much for the four legged type, if you know what I mean. Of all the 26+ years I've hunted in Colorado I've only had two occasions where I came across some folks that really raised a red flag with me that made me think they were up to no good. Once was while hunting, the other was while target shooting at a public non-managed range in the mountains.