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Latest MD gun law !!!!!!

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by 635 G, Apr 5, 2013.

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  1. 635 G

    635 G Well-Known Member

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    Just saw on Fox---according to Md's new law--if you transport a gun out of MD-lets say to go to an out of state shoot---you can't legally bring it back to MD. If this is true---it could be the end of all competitive shooting for MD residents.

    Phil Berkowitz
     
  2. scooterbum

    scooterbum Active Member

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    Perhaps it is time to invoke the second amendment, for ALL gun related issues.
     
  3. gdbabin

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    it is not true
     
  4. 635 G

    635 G Well-Known Member

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    Does this mean ? That Ms. Merkel who is a competitive shooter in MD doesn't know hat she is talking about. She is the Sec'y of a MD shooting ASSoc.

    Phil Berkowitz
     
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    Can we see the bills?
     
  6. eightbore

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    I think there will be better information on the Maryland Shooters website. Not everyone over there has finished college, but they are very active and very involved.
     
  7. 870

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    635G, it applies to "illegal" firearms, and there are many new one's created by the new law of course. So, there is a kernal of truth to what you said, but mostly it is misleading.
     
  8. grnberetcj

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    It'll be interesting as to how autoloading shotguns are treated....

    Curt
     
  9. 870

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    ctreay:

    There isn't anything I see where choke tubes could possibly be a problem for a shotgun.
     
  10. likes-to-shoot

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    How about being fingerprinted for gun purchases.
     
  11. Catpower

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    Yeah don't worry they aren't coming after your trap guns.................yet
     
  12. Brian in Oregon

    Brian in Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Is there an exemption for threaded shotgun barrels?
     
  13. 870

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    Not trying to make this thing sound acceptable guys, just prefer facts to WAG's like the comments quoted in the OP and made in some of the follow-up comments.

    Brian, I don't believe it references threaded shotgun barrels at all.
     
  14. 870

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    ctreay:

    This thread is about MD not NY. By the way, NY has nothing like what you say either. Where do you come up with this nonsense about choke tubes? Neither state has any provision dealing with flash suppressors on a shotgun either.

    It's bad enough already without people spreading more bad info.

    Where do you get "blanket exemption for threaded shotgun barrels" from? The reason that there is no exemption for them is that they are not illegal in the first place. You don't need an exemption from something that isn't there.
     
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