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Old January 3rd, 2018, 11:25 AM #51
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We're retiring in a few years and thinking about moving to DE but somewhere closer to MD, maybe Newark, Glasgow, Bear, still be close to family in Maryland. Would have to be not in a development with covenants and fees, I'm not much on paying someone to tell me what I can and can't do with my own house/property. Starting the process of looking around now to learn what's good and bad and what prices are like.
Old post, I'd probably start looking at the C&D canal and keep going South at my own discretion.
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Old January 3rd, 2018, 11:50 AM #52
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AFAIK Delaware doesn't allow suppressors. Other than that, should be good.
No full auto, no SBS, no suppressors.

SBR's are iffy. As in IF you can get a FFL to do it.
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Good news - Exponentially better than Md ( if you consider carry more important than NFA ) .

Bad News - Out of 4 bordering states , is distinctly fourth .
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Bad News - Out of 4 bordering states , is distinctly fourth .[/QUOTE]



Not sure I understand what you mean. And NFA isn't a deal breaker for me.
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Va , WV , Pa ( outside of Phila & handful of municipalities ) are simple and quick Shall Issue . DE requires cumbersome process , in state references , and advertising your intentions in newspaper of legal record .

But as long as you jump through all their hoops, you will eventually recieve a Permit, without requiring any flavor of G&S .
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Gotcha wasn't following what you were saying the first time the references are easy have lots of friends in Delaware and then there is the paper thing sucks but it sure is better than Maryland
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Are there any restrictions on target shooting on your own private property?
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Old January 4th, 2018, 10:40 AM #58
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Are there any restrictions on target shooting on your own private property?
Depends on where you live. Some towns have no fire within town/city limit ordinances.

Distance from dwelling and roads laws (more likely regulations) may exist as well.

http://www.delawareopencarry.org/for...hp?f=27&t=8132
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Thanks for the link very helpful. So it appears that delaware is similar to maryland in regards to shooting on private property. Good thing is we are only looking at properties with 10 or more acres.
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