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Old June 9th, 2018, 10:57 AM #1
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Bringing a non-roster gun to a MD range

While no longer a subject of the People's Republik, I still return on a regular basis to shoot at MD gun ranges with friends.
I just picked up a Sig P365 and was going to take it into MD to shoot with a friend when I recalled seeing something on MDS that stated the P365 is not on the firearm roster yet. If that is accurate, is it legal to bring my legally purchased P365 into Maryland for the sole purpose of shooting it at a range?
Obviously this is not a critical issue since even if the gun is not on the roster, it probably soon will be, but thought I would ask the forum gurus.
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Old June 9th, 2018, 11:05 AM #2
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My guess it's only legal to own if you have FFL. I wouldn't bring it to Maryland on a bet.

Edit: NAL, but a battered gun owner.
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Old June 9th, 2018, 11:18 AM #3
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While no longer a subject of the People's Republik, I still return on a regular basis to shoot at MD gun ranges with friends.
I just picked up a Sig P365 and was going to take it into MD to shoot with a friend when I recalled seeing something on MDS that stated the P365 is not on the firearm roster yet. If that is accurate, is it legal to bring my legally purchased P365 into Maryland for the sole purpose of shooting it at a range?
Obviously this is not a critical issue since even if the gun is not on the roster, it probably soon will be, but thought I would ask the forum gurus.
it will be on the roster Monday
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Old June 9th, 2018, 11:31 AM #4
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* Presuming otherwise in compliance with transport laws, etc * ; you would be fine .

Its not Banned , not being in Handgun Roster only relates to purchasing , not use or possession.
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The Roster has absolutely nothing to do with possession.

It is only about sale of the new, unfired gun.

Handgun has to be on the Roster to be sold new.

It doesn't even effect sale of a used gun.

It also only applies to guns made after (1986?).


Sheesh, the BGOS is DEEP today!

Of COURSE you can bring it into Maryland.
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Old June 9th, 2018, 01:18 PM #6
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I would not have even considered the roster had anything to do with an out of state owner, but then, I'm ignorant in this regard.
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I would not have even considered the roster had anything to do with an out of state owner, but then, I'm ignorant in this regard.
It had nothing to do with an IN STATE owner either.

It only effects SALE of NEW GUNS.
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The Roster has absolutely nothing to do with possession.

It is only about sale of the new, unfired gun.

Handgun has to be on the Roster to be sold new.

It doesn't even effect sale of a used gun.

It also only applies to guns made after (1986?).


Sheesh, the BGOS is DEEP today!

Of COURSE you can bring it into Maryland.
Iíd been better off just staying out of it. Well, I done learnt stuff today.
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It had nothing to do with an IN STATE owner either.

It only effects SALE of NEW GUNS.
This implies that the handgun roster does not apply to used guns, is this true? Sounds too good to be true that I could buy a used gun on gunbroker that isnít on the roster and have it transferred through a local gun shop.
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