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Old January 4th, 2017, 05:06 PM #1
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Maryland CCW for FFL

If you are an FFL, in Maryland, is that a factor in applying for Maryland CCW? It would seem that the transport and transfer of firearms would be sufficiently good and substantial reason. Curious to know if anyone has seen any action on that position?
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Old January 4th, 2017, 05:30 PM #2
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I would wager a Rodger that this business activity would allow your coveted G&S reason for your CCW, with restrictions of course.
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Yes. You could receive a restricted permit easily as a FFL.
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Agree! This should not be a problem.
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Yes. You could receive a restricted permit easily as a FFL.
If you always carry a gun that's owned by the business (in your bound book, if they're still actually called that) your restriction could read that the permit is only valid when you're carrying a gun 🙂
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If you always carry a gun that's owned by the business (in your bound book, if they're still actually called that) your restriction could read that the permit is only valid when you're carrying a gun 🙂
I am aware. Pretty ridiculous ain't it?
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I would be surprised.

Things change with the administration at the Handgun Licensing Section, but, going in public with valuable items has not usually been considered a substantial reason. If so, you could claim that guarding the expensive jewelry your wife wears is justification for a CCW. If you are a street corner marijuana dealer, well, that could make it legal for you to pack heat.

I believe that they are looking for proof that you carry cash, & they will want proof of large cash deposits in your bank. I don't ask dealers what percent of their payments are cash, & how much are check or charge. But, it's your $200, give it a try.
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I would be surprised.

Things change with the administration at the Handgun Licensing Section, but, going in public with valuable items has not usually been considered a substantial reason. If so, you could claim that guarding the expensive jewelry your wife wears is justification for a CCW. If you are a street corner marijuana dealer, well, that could make it legal for you to pack heat.

I believe that they are looking for proof that you carry cash, & they will want proof of large cash deposits in your bank. I don't ask dealers what percent of their payments are cash, & how much are check or charge. But, it's your $200, give it a try.

Please, if you don't know of which you speak don't pass it off here as fact. People are coming to get informed opinions on the possibility of getting a permit and this perpetuation of urban myth does not help.
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I believe that they are looking for proof that you carry cash, & they will want proof of large cash deposits in your bank. I don't ask dealers what percent of their payments are cash, & how much are check or charge. But, it's your $200, give it a try.
You are completely wrong. There is no requirement for cash deposits at all. Only deposits. Cash is irrelevant to a Wear and Carry application. Only that you own a business and can show a history of deposits proving that you are a business owner.
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