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Old January 9th, 2019, 01:55 PM #11
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Old January 9th, 2019, 01:56 PM #12
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First post and asking if any dealers will break MD's BS Laws!
I donít read it that way. He didnít think it was specifically banned.....
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I donít read it that way. He didnít think it was specifically banned.....
Correct. MDs laws are screwy. MD gun owners have a couple things gong for us. Loopholes, silencers and machine guns. Better than some states like DE
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Correct. MDs laws are screwy. MD gun owners have a couple things gong for us. Loopholes, silencers and machine guns. Better than some states like DE
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They try to ban things but the laws are poorly written and you can still own and buy similar items. Ie standard capacity mags, ARs, etc
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Hi, I apologize if this is the wrong section. Are there any dealers that will transfer a Barrett semi auto .50 since it is not specifically banned? Thanks
A few years ago someone attempted to transfer a Barrett M82A1. MSP could not find a way to prevent the transfer but informed the licensee that if such a transfer where to take place the licensee could look forward to monthly audits, attempted straw purchase/sting operations and they would not be invited or allowed to renew their Maryland Regulated Firearms Dealers License. Needless to say the transfer did not take place.

The Barrett family (M82/M82A1) of semi auto .50 BMG rifles are NOT banned per the FSA2013 and do not fail the copycat feature test. The Barrett Light Fifty is a firearm that does not exist, was never produced or manufactured and last time I emailed Barrett they had no plans to produce them.

The MD MGA banned a non existent gun.
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A few years ago someone attempted to transfer a Barrett M82A1. MSP could not find a way to prevent the transfer but informed the licensee that if such a transfer where to take place the licensee could look forward to monthly audits, attempted straw purchase/sting operations and they would not be invited or allowed to renew their Maryland Regulated Firearms Dealers License. Needless to say the transfer did not take place.

The Barrett family (M82/M82A1) of semi auto .50 BMG rifles are NOT banned per the FSA2013 and do not fail the copycat feature test. The Barrett Light Fifty is a firearm that does not exist, was never produced or manufactured and last time I emailed Barrett they had no plans to produce them.

The MD MGA banned a non existent gun.
I was trying to find this exact info!

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Sorta off topic, but are destructive devices banned (If you have the appropriate tax stamps)?
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MSP could not find a way to prevent the transfer but informed the licensee that if such a transfer where to take place the licensee could look forward to monthly audits, attempted straw purchase/sting operations and they would not be invited or allowed to renew their Maryland Regulated Firearms Dealers License. Needless to say the transfer did not take place.
There is the law, and there is MSP (and behind the scenes the AG's) (expansive?) interpretation of the law, and the MSP can effect whatever interpretation they want (up to a point) via threats of audits and non-renewals of permits. So "Are there any dealers that will transfer a ___" is not a question about the law, its a question of how much risk the FFL can manage. For an item like this, probably very little.
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