Sure it could be argued, but it would be lost. You can either stay on federal land and comply with just federal law or comply with state law while on state land. If the federal government has not preempted the state's regulation of its own state or the power was not assigned to the federal government by the US Constitution, then the state is allowed to set the laws within its own borders.
Best of luck to you.
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