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Old January 28th, 2018, 06:32 PM #11
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Easy, become a dog trainer.


I was wondering about this as my wife and I are starting a dog rescue. Wonder what restrictions they would put on a permit for that business. We plan on pulling dogs from kill shelters.
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Old January 28th, 2018, 06:44 PM #12
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I was wondering about this as my wife and I are starting a dog rescue. Wonder what restrictions they would put on a permit for that business. We plan on pulling dogs from kill shelters.
The usual restrictions are while conducting business. Most have been successful in getting the lifted by the review board. Get the permit first, worry about the restrictions after.
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Old January 28th, 2018, 08:13 PM #13
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Buy property and/or start a business. Maryland allows property to be protected. Your life, not so much. There are special carve outs for LEO, but I do not think we have a police "reserves" corp like LAPD reserves.
Maryland law specifically states that lethal force MAY NOT be used in the protection of property.
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Maryland law specifically states that lethal force MAY NOT be used in the protection of property.
And yet, that's the main reason they issue permits.
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Old January 28th, 2018, 08:19 PM #15
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And yet, that's the main reason they issue permits.
Yep, and yet MSP cannot rectify the difference.
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And yet, that's the main reason they issue permits.
I always love pointing out the twisted logic of carry laws in MD.
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Old January 29th, 2018, 01:29 PM #17
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to the OP;

When you write up you "good and substantial" reason, you are essentially writing your (eventual) permit restrictions.
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That's a really interesting point. I wonder how the exchange with the trooper will go.
Trooper: Why do you need to have a firearm for work?
Pot shop owner: Dude, I transport lots of bud and massive cash.
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The cash "handling" will most likely be done by hired private security.
Had a co worker "interview" for "security" for one dispensary. He thought it was to work directly for them, but it wasn't.

I enquired about another dispensary with whom I have an acquaintance thinking I could be his "security director guy", and was told the same thing. Some outside firm. That ain't happenin'.
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You're allowed to transport firearms between your home and place of business without a permit, just not loaded or on you. No permit required. and you may carry a gun at your residence and at your business with no permit either. So at least you can do that for now. Remember.. baltimore city cops don't care about your permit and you probably should just not go there. it's a war zone
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And yet, that's the main reason they issue permits.
Not really. They issue the permit so you can protect yourself if threatened with great bodily harm while you are trying to protect your property.
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