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Old May 12th, 2021, 02:33 PM #1
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Moving out of Maryland

Apoligies if this has been asked, I seen many posts about moving into Maryland, but none about moving out of Maryland.

I will be doing just that shortly, to a state which does not infringe on our 2A rights. That being said, is there a process that I reach out to the MSP and tell them I am will no longer be at my home address associated with my HQL?

It is enraging enough that the MSP has a controlled firearm (pistols etc) registration. I will obviously be taking my firearms, and would ideally like to be removed from the registration database.

Thank you in advance for your input!

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Apoligies if this has been asked, I seen many posts about moving into Maryland, but none about moving out of Maryland.

I will be doing just that shortly, to a state which does not infringe on our 2A rights. That being said, is there a process that I reach out to the MSP and tell them I am will no longer be at my home address associated with my HQL?

It is enraging enough that the MSP has a controlled firearm (pistols etc) registration. I will obviously be taking my firearms, and would ideally like to be removed from the registration database.

Thank you in advance for your input!

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I don't think there is anything you can do. I have been told that even if you sell a gun that is registered to you it remains linked to you in the system.
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You don’t need to do anything as far as I know.
Personally, I wouldn’t tell them a damn thing


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The HQL has your driver's license # on the back. They "should be" linked. So, when you acquire new ID in your new state MD "should" know about it.

That said, it's probably more likely along the lines of what Budman93 said and MD either doesn't know, doesn't check or doesn't care.
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They don't care. You aren't producing any more money for the state of MD.
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When you get a drivers license in Free America they will likely take your MD license and MD will be notified. As far as MSP and your firearms that have been "voluntarily" registered...they will stay in the system forever.
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You don’t need to do anything as far as I know.
Personally, I wouldn’t tell them a damn thing
This is where I am standing as well, thanks all!
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Don't forget to change your car insurance and register in free state. After that, mail back your car plates (2 of them) to the address of MD's DMV in Glen Burnie. Don't forget to put a note in there telling them that you have moved out of state. If you fail to do that, MD may charge you for having no car insurance crap!

You may get a refund check for your car registration fee depending on how many months you have left on your MD registration.
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They don't care. You aren't producing any more money for the state of MD.
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Apoligies if this has been asked, I seen many posts about moving into Maryland, but none about moving out of Maryland.

I will be doing just that shortly, to a state which does not infringe on our 2A rights. That being said, is there a process that I reach out to the MSP and tell them I am will no longer be at my home address associated with my HQL?

It is enraging enough that the MSP has a controlled firearm (pistols etc) registration. I will obviously be taking my firearms, and would ideally like to be removed from the registration database.

Thank you in advance for your input!

Very Respectfully,
Whelming
Looking at this from the perspective of a data analyst and database administrator, I seriously doubt if there is anything you can do to remove your records of transfer from the database. It doesn't matter that you no longer live in the state. What matters to them are the records of what transfers occurred for residents living in the state at the time. The fact that you left really doesn't matter because the state no longer has jurisdiction over you anyway.

This is part of what makes laws like this so maddening. You buy handguns in Maryland and they all go through the whole transfer/background check BS, but if you move to a state where private gun sales are regulated, then there's no way to know if you still have the guns - you could have sold every last one. At that point, there's really no way to track down the gun other than to ask if you still have it. If you say "no," then that's the end of it.

Then there's the part about moving to the state and needing to fill out forms for the guns you own. Riiiiight. Like I'm going to voluntarily give any state entity information about my private belongings that are no concern of theirs. The state has no idea who does and doesn't own guns when they move in, so unless you voluntarily comply, there's no way to know if you are a gun owner or not. Or, in the case of people who moved into the state before that bullshit law went into effect, they have no way of knowing what you owned prior to coming to the state, and what you purchased after moving to the state provided the guns in question have a manufacture date that predates the law and when you moved into the state.
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