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Old August 26th, 2019, 04:43 PM #1
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MD CCW, is it legal to put pistol in car lock box to enter "gun free zone" store.

I heard it was illegal to lock a pistol in your vehicle in the case you need to go somewhere they are declared unwelcome. Fact or Fiction?


For instance, You go out to pick up a new car battery and there is a "No firearms" sign on the door. By law do you have to take the pistol somewhere to store it and return later, unarmed?
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Signs in MD do not have the force of law. (Not talking about government buildings here) If itís discovered youíre carrying you can be asked to leave and if you donít you can be arrested for trespassing.


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So the real focus of this question is: what are the particulars of a permitted carrier storing the handgun in the vehicle while in someplace you can’t carry (say, the post office).
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So the real focus of this question is: what are the particulars of a permitted carrier storing the handgun in the vehicle while in someplace you canít carry (say, the post office).


Yes.

I was also told if arrested for trespass with that gun (printing or someone sees it etc)you could lose firearms privileges all together.
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Yes.

I was also told if arrested for trespass with that gun (printing or someone sees it etc)you could lose firearms privileges all together.
You'd have to be pretty stupid to get arrested for trespassing in a case like this.
They ask you to leave, you leave and don't get arrested. If you have it well concealed, what they don't know won't hurt them
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You'd have to be pretty stupid to get arrested for trespassing in a case like this.
They ask you to leave, you leave and don't get arrested. If you have it well concealed, what they don't know won't hurt them
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Signs in MD do not have the force of law. (Not talking about government buildings here) If itís discovered youíre carrying you can be asked to leave and if you donít you can be arrested for trespassing.
If you have a MD Law citation/reference for that information, can you please email it to the folks at https://www.handgunlaw.us/ so they can update their Maryland pdf. (See page 6 of the current document: https://www.handgunlaw.us/states/maryland.pdf)


(Generally, that website is generally a great concise and current resource to review before carrying anywhere, and answers general questions like these for each state.)



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So the real focus of this question is: what are the particulars of a permitted carrier storing the handgun in the vehicle while in someplace you canít carry (say, the post office).
I can't find the reference now, but there have been prior discussions about the parking lots of post offices also being classified as federal property, so take that into consideration if your question isn't directly answered here.
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