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Old June 25th, 2017, 11:57 PM #11
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That sounds research worthy. Maryland loves its vague language, does it not?


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Old June 26th, 2017, 12:03 AM #12
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You could look into something totally wacky like this: http://www.safetyharborfirearms.com/...per-conversion


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Old June 26th, 2017, 01:42 AM #13
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That sounds research worthy. Maryland loves its vague language, does it not?


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That subject has been beaten around a little bit on this chatboard. Doing a search might turn up some decent debates on the subject.
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Ma deuces have become very pricey. The days of $1,500 parts kids are long gone. A kit alone these days is $8k.

If you want cheaper with sort of the same feel at shorter ranges you can go with a 1919 in .30-06 or .308. Cant wait to try mine out. Parts kids run between $1,500 and $1,700. Complete guns between $2800 and $3500.
We have a nice semi auto 1919a4 for sale in .308. Comes with tripod and links, 2900.00



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I went the m2hb route. I got a parts kit a couple of years ago when a bunch came in and a KMP side plate and sear. Had my internals machined by Brian over on 1919a4.com. Tripod from KeepShooting. Still haven't finished putting it together, been to busy.
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Are M82A1 Barrett's available in MD?
Yes they are. All models of Barrett rifles in 50 BMG at MD legal.

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The "Barrett Light 50 cal semi auto" is banned in Maryland. I think the M82A1 falls under that.


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No such rifle was ever made by Barrett with that name. The list bans a rifle by that name, but there is no such thing.

How many civilian legal FAMAS rifles are in civilian hands? The answer is probably zero. MD had put things in the regulated list that don't exist on the civilian market and were for military/LE purchase only.
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Is the Bushmaster bolt action 50 bmg banned? I’m aware aware that bushmaster is banned for semi-auto .
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The question is will any dealers transfer a Barrett M82A1....
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Fancy a .50 BMG?

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I don't know much about them either...but it includes three mounts and 700rnds of ammo. That's gotta be worth something?
It would be even a better deal IF there were any gun ranges where you could shoot it...
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It would be even a better deal IF there were any gun ranges where you could shoot it...
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