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Thread: Registration Laws (Maryland)

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    I was looking at the new map for the registration of firearms.

    While looking at this I looked at Maryland and it was the shade for "No registration requirements". Incorrect. Although you do not need to register any firearm if you have a "Collector's License", but for any other citizen you need to register that handgun or so-called assault weapons. Not to mention a ban on some handguns.

    Collector's License:
    http://www.mdsp.org/downloads/Collec..._Affidavit.pdf

    List of "so-called" assault weapons you must register and be 21 years of age or older to purchase:
    http://www.mdsp.org/downloads/assault_weapons.pdf

    List of approved handguns:
    http://www.mdsp.org/downloads/Safety_devices.pdf

    So, can you change the map?

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    If someone moves to MD with firearms they already own, are they required to register them? That's the test.

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    Registration in MD is voluntary, though like in PA, the SP in MD have this thing about keeping sales records around longer than they should be. PA has NO registration, but the PSP will use their illegal database whenever they feel like it, and not get punished for it (yet).

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    XD40coyote wrote:
    Registration in MD is voluntary, though like in PA, the SP in MD have this thing about keeping sales records around longer than they should be. PA has NO registration, but the PSP will use their illegal database whenever they feel like it, and not get punished for it (yet).
    Civil suit?
    Why open carry? Because 1911 > 911.

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