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Old 07-26-2017, 04:26 PM   #36
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Under federal law:

You most certainly can buy/sell/trade/gift longarms via an FFL

Handgun transfers are restricted to one's state of residence, so you can only sell/trade/gift your handguns to a local resident via a local FFL.
I'm talking about magazines
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Old 07-27-2017, 02:15 AM   #37
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Being a former Maryland resident here are the laws broken down:

-Not all AR's are banned, only those in 5.56 with a pencil/government profile barrel. Any other caliber AR is legal with all the regular military features like bayonet lugs, flash hiders, pistol grips, collapsible stock etc.

-AW ban list. However if you owned the banned rifle before Oct. 1, 2013 you can own it but must register it and pay a fee. Any bought afterwards are banned even for an out-of-stater.

-Banned rifles in a sporter imported configuration are completely legal as long as they follow our current federal import laws. Debanning is illegal.

-Since the "AW list" was made back in 1994, it pretty much leaves modern era rifles and carbines like the SCAR, ACR, MCX, XCR, 556/556Xi, Galil ACE, ARX-160, CZ Bren, etc. still legal to purchase. Vz-58's are legal because they are not AK's. Guns that SHOULD be banned but miraculously are exempted are Chinese M14's, Yugo M90NP's, and CETME's.

-The exempted rifles above however must coincide with the "copycat" statute that states a rifle may only have one "banned" feature. Those features are flash hider, grenade launcher, and folding stock. That means if your rifle has a flash hider it cannot have a folding stock. If it has a "grenade launcher" then it cannot have a folding stock or flash hider.

-Folding stock Mini-14 banned but folding stock Mini-30 legal. Same with SKS.

-22LR guns are exempt from regulation.

-All semi-auto rifles must have a minimum OAL of 29".

-Semi auto shotguns cannot have a folding stock and by folding stock I mean one that actually folds. Collapsible stocks still legal.

-Maryland has a pistol roster but they approve everything even AR and AK pistols. The only thing they ban are derringers, Tec-9's, MAC's, and the other cheapo gangster guns of the early 90's era.

-To buy a modern handgun you need to get a HQL license. It requires fingerprints, a fee, and class time. The HQL is good for five years and must be renewed IF you plan on purchasing more handguns. HQL is not required for possession. C&R handguns are exempt from needing a HQL. C&R holders are exempt from the process altogether if they purchase out of state.

-With a HQL you then still have to go through the same bullshit Maryland paperwork that was required before the 2013 law and deal with the 7-day waiting period.

-New Maryland residents are allowed to bring in their handguns without needing a HQL but like banned rifles must be registered for a fee.

-There is still a One-Handgun-A-Month limit but that is exempted by registering yourself as a "designated collector". It is free to sign up for. Your paperwork must be notarized and approved by the MD State Police.

-Carry of any kind is impossible. Not happening unless you are politically connected. Ironically open carry of long guns is legal and unlicensed. That was Gov. O'Malley's excuse at the time for defending the "no issue" CCW process. However good luck open carrying a rifle without a SWAT Team sticking a boot up your ass and charging you with "disorderly conduct" unless you live on the Eastern Shore or Western panhandle.

-10 round mag limit however like BLACKTALON said possession is exempt from the ban so travel to Virginia, Pennsylvania, etc. and bring back as many regular mags as you want. Completely legal.

-All NFA items are legal except Destructive Devices. Machineguns require a $10 annual registration fee.

-No ammo bans of any kind. Even AP and explosive incendiary ammo completely legal to buy and own.

-You can hunt with a semi-auto rifle with 8 rounds in it (friendlier than PA that bans semi-auto altogether) but can only use rifles in the fringe counties of Maryland. Central Maryland only allows shotgun hunting.



This pretty much covers everything.
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One wrong up there is the ACR any bushmaster product is banned because of bushmaster assault rifle being a banned gun
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Being a former Maryland resident here are the laws broken down:

-Not all AR's are banned, only those in 5.56 with a pencil/government profile barrel. Any other caliber AR is legal with all the regular military features like bayonet lugs, flash hiders, pistol grips, collapsible stock etc.

-AW ban list. However if you owned the banned rifle before Oct. 1, 2013 you can own it but must register it and pay a fee. Any bought afterwards are banned even for an out-of-stater.

-Banned rifles in a sporter imported configuration are completely legal as long as they follow our current federal import laws. Debanning is illegal.

-Since the "AW list" was made back in 1994, it pretty much leaves modern era rifles and carbines like the SCAR, ACR, MCX, XCR, 556/556Xi, Galil ACE, ARX-160, CZ Bren, etc. still legal to purchase. Vz-58's are legal because they are not AK's. Guns that SHOULD be banned but miraculously are exempted are Chinese M14's, Yugo M90NP's, and CETME's.

-The exempted rifles above however must coincide with the "copycat" statute that states a rifle may only have one "banned" feature. Those features are flash hider, grenade launcher, and folding stock. That means if your rifle has a flash hider it cannot have a folding stock. If it has a "grenade launcher" then it cannot have a folding stock or flash hider.

-Folding stock Mini-14 banned but folding stock Mini-30 legal. Same with SKS.

-22LR guns are exempt from regulation.

-All semi-auto rifles must have a minimum OAL of 29".

-Semi auto shotguns cannot have a folding stock and by folding stock I mean one that actually folds. Collapsible stocks still legal.

-Maryland has a pistol roster but they approve everything even AR and AK pistols. The only thing they ban are derringers, Tec-9's, MAC's, and the other cheapo gangster guns of the early 90's era.

-To buy a modern handgun you need to get a HQL license. It requires fingerprints, a fee, and class time. The HQL is good for five years and must be renewed IF you plan on purchasing more handguns. HQL is not required for possession. C&R handguns are exempt from needing a HQL. C&R holders are exempt from the process altogether if they purchase out of state.

-With a HQL you then still have to go through the same bullshit Maryland paperwork that was required before the 2013 law and deal with the 7-day waiting period.

-New Maryland residents are allowed to bring in their handguns without needing a HQL but like banned rifles must be registered for a fee.

-There is still a One-Handgun-A-Month limit but that is exempted by registering yourself as a "designated collector". It is free to sign up for. Your paperwork must be notarized and approved by the MD State Police.

-Carry of any kind is impossible. Not happening unless you are politically connected. Ironically open carry of long guns is legal and unlicensed. That was Gov. O'Malley's excuse at the time for defending the "no issue" CCW process. However good luck open carrying a rifle without a SWAT Team sticking a boot up your ass and charging you with "disorderly conduct" unless you live on the Eastern Shore or Western panhandle.

-10 round mag limit however like BLACKTALON said possession is exempt from the ban so travel to Virginia, Pennsylvania, etc. and bring back as many regular mags as you want. Completely legal.

-All NFA items are legal except Destructive Devices. Machineguns require a $10 annual registration fee.

-No ammo bans of any kind. Even AP and explosive incendiary ammo completely legal to buy and own.

-You can hunt with a semi-auto rifle with 8 rounds in it (friendlier than PA that bans semi-auto altogether) but can only use rifles in the fringe counties of Maryland. Central Maryland only allows shotgun hunting.



This pretty much covers everything.
Does the handgun review board still slow roll everything? When I lived there there were many handguns you couldn't buy because the board wouldn't meet, or they wouldn't approve.

I think I recall they required a spent casing (provided by the manufacturer) to be sent to the MSP also. Many manufacturers refused to comply further limiting availability.
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Old 07-27-2017, 09:39 PM   #40
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One wrong up there is the ACR any bushmaster product is banned because of bushmaster assault rifle being a banned gun
Yes I keep forgetting that one.

It was originally supposed to ban the clunky "Bushmaster" assault rifle of the 80's based on an Australian design but the wording being ambiguous as it is makes it open to all Bushmaster products.

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Does the handgun review board still slow roll everything? When I lived there there were many handguns you couldn't buy because the board wouldn't meet, or they wouldn't approve.

I think I recall they required a spent casing (provided by the manufacturer) to be sent to the MSP also. Many manufacturers refused to comply further limiting availability.
They changed that AFAIK but that was back in 2013. Some members of the roster board left so it has helped to speed up the process of new approvals.

Also they finally got rid of the spent casing requirement not for the love of the 2nd Amendment but even the libtards realized it was pointless and that they could use that money on other pet projects of theirs. The fact it was a major boon for gun owners was a massive afterthought.

Also forgot to mention handguns made after '85 must have a device or the capability that makes the gun incapable of firing, having a safety itself doesn't count. Therefore gun stores usually provide a barrel lock to comply, some will charge an additional fee for it. Taurus, Bersa, and a few others have built-in internal locks thus negating the need for one.

There is a universal background check system for handguns. Transfers must be done at a gun store or Maryland State Police Barracks. The fee has to be a minimum of $10 but no more than $20. State barracks charge the minimum fee. Gun shops are all over the place depending on their store policy.
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Old 07-28-2017, 07:37 AM   #41
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So Maryland citizens are so dangerous and irresponsible that they cannot be trusted to keep loaded guns in their vehicles?
I thought Nola was bad, sounds like the wild west there

BALTIMORE

The bottom line is MD is fucked up. Unless its your first duty station I thought you had a couple choices available on a PCS.

I mean really fuck all the hassle storing your shit in another state. Fuck not having it on hand when the shit goes down. When you need to rack your AK...then what? Snubnose 38?

Sorry you have to go there man.
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Being a former Maryland resident here are the laws broken down:

-Not all AR's are banned, only those in 5.56 with a pencil/government profile barrel. Any other caliber AR is legal with all the regular military features like bayonet lugs, flash hiders, pistol grips, collapsible stock etc.

-AW ban list. However if you owned the banned rifle before Oct. 1, 2013 you can own it but must register it and pay a fee. Any bought afterwards are banned even for an out-of-stater.

-Banned rifles in a sporter imported configuration are completely legal as long as they follow our current federal import laws. Debanning is illegal.

-Since the "AW list" was made back in 1994, it pretty much leaves modern era rifles and carbines like the SCAR, ACR, MCX, XCR, 556/556Xi, Galil ACE, ARX-160, CZ Bren, etc. still legal to purchase. Vz-58's are legal because they are not AK's. Guns that SHOULD be banned but miraculously are exempted are Chinese M14's, Yugo M90NP's, and CETME's.

-The exempted rifles above however must coincide with the "copycat" statute that states a rifle may only have one "banned" feature. Those features are flash hider, grenade launcher, and folding stock. That means if your rifle has a flash hider it cannot have a folding stock. If it has a "grenade launcher" then it cannot have a folding stock or flash hider.

-Folding stock Mini-14 banned but folding stock Mini-30 legal. Same with SKS.

-22LR guns are exempt from regulation.

-All semi-auto rifles must have a minimum OAL of 29".

-Semi auto shotguns cannot have a folding stock and by folding stock I mean one that actually folds. Collapsible stocks still legal.

-Maryland has a pistol roster but they approve everything even AR and AK pistols. The only thing they ban are derringers, Tec-9's, MAC's, and the other cheapo gangster guns of the early 90's era.

-To buy a modern handgun you need to get a HQL license. It requires fingerprints, a fee, and class time. The HQL is good for five years and must be renewed IF you plan on purchasing more handguns. HQL is not required for possession. C&R handguns are exempt from needing a HQL. C&R holders are exempt from the process altogether if they purchase out of state.

-With a HQL you then still have to go through the same bullshit Maryland paperwork that was required before the 2013 law and deal with the 7-day waiting period.

-New Maryland residents are allowed to bring in their handguns without needing a HQL but like banned rifles must be registered for a fee.

-There is still a One-Handgun-A-Month limit but that is exempted by registering yourself as a "designated collector". It is free to sign up for. Your paperwork must be notarized and approved by the MD State Police.

-Carry of any kind is impossible. Not happening unless you are politically connected. Ironically open carry of long guns is legal and unlicensed. That was Gov. O'Malley's excuse at the time for defending the "no issue" CCW process. However good luck open carrying a rifle without a SWAT Team sticking a boot up your ass and charging you with "disorderly conduct" unless you live on the Eastern Shore or Western panhandle.

-10 round mag limit however like BLACKTALON said possession is exempt from the ban so travel to Virginia, Pennsylvania, etc. and bring back as many regular mags as you want. Completely legal.

-All NFA items are legal except Destructive Devices. Machineguns require a $10 annual registration fee.

-No ammo bans of any kind. Even AP and explosive incendiary ammo completely legal to buy and own.

-You can hunt with a semi-auto rifle with 8 rounds in it (friendlier than PA that bans semi-auto altogether) but can only use rifles in the fringe counties of Maryland. Central Maryland only allows shotgun hunting.



This pretty much covers everything.
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AR 15 5.56/223 HBAR legal

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Thank you sir. This is really helpful.
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Being a former Maryland resident here are the laws broken down:

-Not all AR's are banned, only those in 5.56 with a pencil/government profile barrel. Any other caliber AR is legal with all the regular military features like bayonet lugs, flash hiders, pistol grips, collapsible stock etc.

-AW ban list. However if you owned the banned rifle before Oct. 1, 2013 you can own it but must register it and pay a fee. Any bought afterwards are banned even for an out-of-stater.

-Banned rifles in a sporter imported configuration are completely legal as long as they follow our current federal import laws. Debanning is illegal.

-Since the "AW list" was made back in 1994, it pretty much leaves modern era rifles and carbines like the SCAR, ACR, MCX, XCR, 556/556Xi, Galil ACE, ARX-160, CZ Bren, etc. still legal to purchase. Vz-58's are legal because they are not AK's. Guns that SHOULD be banned but miraculously are exempted are Chinese M14's, Yugo M90NP's, and CETME's.

-The exempted rifles above however must coincide with the "copycat" statute that states a rifle may only have one "banned" feature. Those features are flash hider, grenade launcher, and folding stock. That means if your rifle has a flash hider it cannot have a folding stock. If it has a "grenade launcher" then it cannot have a folding stock or flash hider.

-Folding stock Mini-14 banned but folding stock Mini-30 legal. Same with SKS.

-22LR guns are exempt from regulation.

-All semi-auto rifles must have a minimum OAL of 29".

-Semi auto shotguns cannot have a folding stock and by folding stock I mean one that actually folds. Collapsible stocks still legal.

-Maryland has a pistol roster but they approve everything even AR and AK pistols. The only thing they ban are derringers, Tec-9's, MAC's, and the other cheapo gangster guns of the early 90's era.

-To buy a modern handgun you need to get a HQL license. It requires fingerprints, a fee, and class time. The HQL is good for five years and must be renewed IF you plan on purchasing more handguns. HQL is not required for possession. C&R handguns are exempt from needing a HQL. C&R holders are exempt from the process altogether if they purchase out of state.

-With a HQL you then still have to go through the same bullshit Maryland paperwork that was required before the 2013 law and deal with the 7-day waiting period.

-New Maryland residents are allowed to bring in their handguns without needing a HQL but like banned rifles must be registered for a fee.

-There is still a One-Handgun-A-Month limit but that is exempted by registering yourself as a "designated collector". It is free to sign up for. Your paperwork must be notarized and approved by the MD State Police.

-Carry of any kind is impossible. Not happening unless you are politically connected. Ironically open carry of long guns is legal and unlicensed. That was Gov. O'Malley's excuse at the time for defending the "no issue" CCW process. However good luck open carrying a rifle without a SWAT Team sticking a boot up your ass and charging you with "disorderly conduct" unless you live on the Eastern Shore or Western panhandle.

-10 round mag limit however like BLACKTALON said possession is exempt from the ban so travel to Virginia, Pennsylvania, etc. and bring back as many regular mags as you want. Completely legal.

-All NFA items are legal except Destructive Devices. Machineguns require a $10 annual registration fee.

-No ammo bans of any kind. Even AP and explosive incendiary ammo completely legal to buy and own.

-You can hunt with a semi-auto rifle with 8 rounds in it (friendlier than PA that bans semi-auto altogether) but can only use rifles in the fringe counties of Maryland. Central Maryland only allows shotgun hunting.



This pretty much covers everything.
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Beowulf .50 AR is legal apparently.

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BALTIMORE

The bottom line is MD is fucked up. Unless its your first duty station I thought you had a couple choices available on a PCS.

I mean really fuck all the hassle storing your shit in another state. Fuck not having it on hand when the shit goes down. When you need to rack your AK...then what? Snubnose 38?

Sorry you have to go there man.
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Beowulf .50 AR is legal apparently.
Yep like I said Maryland has no ammo laws.

Even some of the free-er states have ammo bans on AP or other such types.
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So what I got from here is that I should upgrade all my ARs to bull barrels
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So just checked out MD shooters forum and it looks like folks are buying/selling all sort of AK and AR stuff
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So what I got from here is that I should upgrade all my ARs to bull barrels
Doesn't have to be a bull barrel, just HBAR. It's not defined but basically if the barrel is marked "HBAR" or the barrel is described/marketed as having a "heavy profile" by the manufacturer or retailer. Makes very little sense but that is how the MSP is administering the law.
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My family and I really live MD. Their politics suck though. I don't know who's running that state but it's a real shame.
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Come to WV instead. Live free with no magazine restrictions or AW bans!

Woo Hoo I love my goddamn state......
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It's a two year gig. Trying to figure out what part of these restrictions, the military is exempt from
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So I wonder if you can store guns in a state where its legal to have it, but claim residency in another state where the same firearm is illegal? I need to do some research on that .
People in Cali store firearms in storage lockers in Nevada. I even have friends who live behind enemy lines who store some weapons in Reno and Carson City. Mm
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It's a two year gig. Trying to figure out what part of these restrictions, the military is exempt from
An active duty soldier's personally owned firearms are not exempt from anything.
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An active duty soldier's personally owned firearms are not exempt from anything.
As I recall a couple active military were stopped by the guys in cop costumes in NJ, searched and busted for transporting personal firearms. One was recently "pardoned" by Chris Christie but still served prison time. There are several instances of military and civilian shakedown and arrests in the Communist countries (a.k.a. "Blue States).

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At least I know that we are not required to posses an HQL license....no?
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At least I know that we are not required to posses an HQL license....no?
Military is exempt from the HQL requirement.
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