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Old January 14th, 2020, 03:46 PM #21
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So I have read this bill a few times. Admittedly, I am a dummy but cant quite figure out what they are doing with this one. Would this ban all anderson's regardless of hbar or not? ALL 300's or just anderson 300's? I am a little lost on this one. Either way, it needs to go down in flames but I am just trying to understand what it targets.

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It purports to ban Anderson Manufacturing AM-15 in the .223 and the .300Blk calibers. The AM 15 is already banned as a copy of the Colt AR 15, so the only thing it actually does is ban the AM -15 in the .300 Blackout. Which of course hardly ever been used in a crime. A lot of ignorance in this bill.
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Old January 14th, 2020, 03:49 PM #22
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It purports to ban Anderson Manufacturing AM-15 in the .223 and the .300Blk calibers. The AM 15 is already banned as a copy of the Colt AR 15, so the only thing it actually does is ban the AM -15 in the .300 Blackout. Which of course hardly ever been has used in a crime. A lot of ignorance in this bill.
Yes you are correct on that. So if you "built" a 300blk hunting set up and happened to use an anderson lower vs say another brand like aero, etc.. would that then be banned? Legal if you used aero or other lower? I am really starting to think about moving to Alaska...
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Yes you are correct on that. So if you "built" a 300blk hunting set up and happened to use an anderson lower vs say another brand like aero, etc.. would that then be banned? Legal if you used aero or other lower? I am really starting to think about moving to Alaska...
You have just illustrated the absurdity of the matter. So yes, if you build a .300blk using an Anderson lower, it would probably be banned as a "copy" under MD Code Public Safety 5-101(r)(2). So if you use a different lower it MAY be fine, as the .300blk round long gun is otherwise not on the (r)(2) list. But, it is hard to be definitive.
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So what is the current status of AM15 lowers since they're listed as banned as a copy? Can they only be used for pistols, or can they also be used for HBAR builds?
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So what is the current status of AM15 lowers since they're listed as banned as a copy? Can they only be used for pistols, or can they also be used for HBAR builds?


My understanding is they can be used as hbar or pistol but Im not a lawyer. My understanding better be correct though.


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They likely came here and saw disparaging remarks and saw those that owned 300bo, a little revenge, alittle infringement, a little terrorizing...all good fun to them. Anderson because its widely used because its reasonably priced, that cuts a wide swath threw the populous. An FOIA to each legislator would be very interesting, would likely reveal a conspiracy to violate civil liberties. VCDL found good stuff with their FOIA. Better late than never.
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They likely came here and saw disparaging remarks and saw those that owned 300bo, a little revenge, alittle infringement, a little terrorizing...all good fun to them. Anderson because its widely used because its reasonably priced, that cuts a wide swath threw the populous. An FOIA to each legislator would be very interesting, would likely reveal a conspiracy to violate civil liberties. VCDL found good stuff with their FOIA. Better late than never.


No, Frosh was behind this one guaranteed.


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So I am wondering if this is all about making the average Joe think that their local government "saved" them by banning the Dayton mass murder gun in Maryland; doesn't matter if they actually did or not. Only the perception matters. My two cents.
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He even has a Baltimore Sun article about it. Read here
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He even has a Baltimore Sun article about it. Read here
Good find. Not that we needed more proof, but Frosh is an idiot.
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