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Old August 9th, 2018, 12:09 AM #11
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As a general rule, your home state is where you live for six months and one day (the way it works for the really serious thing: Taxes).
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Old August 9th, 2018, 05:09 PM #13
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I have lost the link, but there is / was a document from the ATF website that stated, if you had multiple bonafied residences, not just property, you could be considered a resident of whichever state you were residing in at that time. I was looking because I wanted to buy something in the other state to leave there. I was never able to find an FFL willing to accept that doc as a justification to allow me to purchase anything.
Look under State of Residence using this link - https://ecfr.io/Title-27/sp27.3.478.b

Although it is possible by regulation it will be hard to find an FFL that would do it unless you have a government issued ID in both states.

State laws vary on this topic as well. So even though the federal regulations say it’s possible it may not be possible depending upon the state. As an example of different state laws Virginia requires you to have your Virginia drivers license for 30 days prior to buying a firearm.
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MD tax regs say if you reside in MD 183 days or more a year you're considered a MD resident.
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until you use it

Claiming multiple residences is all well and good until you get questioned about it by the authorities - for example should you actually need to use your gun in self defense. I'd be real careful with that one.
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MD tax regs say if you reside in MD 183 days or more a year you're considered a MD resident.
Soooo, If you're a snow bird and reside in 3 states 125 ish days a year, you reside nowhere? No state taxes? Wooo Hooo!!!!

Just to satisfy my idle curiosity, when MD comes knocking with a hand out for their income taxes and I present my (Florida, Texas, Aarizona, pick one) DL, what do they use to establish how long I was in my residental property in Maryland? DO I have the burden of proof or does the state?
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It's anecdotal, plus occasional news story , but it used to be live humans cruising strategic neighborhoods looking for out of state vehicle tags that stick around for 31 days . I woud imagine in the current era,that the state will subscribe to commercial plate reader services .
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