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Old September 18th, 2019, 09:13 AM #41
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My bad , I was referring to historical , assumed everyone knew 2013 .

1985 was also the creation of the Handgun Roster , but that became a non-issue with the approval of tampon locks .
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Old September 19th, 2019, 02:14 AM #42
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My bad , I was referring to historical , assumed everyone knew 2013 .

1985 was also the creation of the Handgun Roster , but that became a non-issue with the approval of tampon locks .
Can't assume that, when people do not even know of GCA 68.

Even the first round of the roster approved just about everything. I think the NAA mini revolvers and a couple of derringers were the only things not approved.

And those due to no trigger guard.
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Old September 19th, 2019, 03:31 AM #43
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Per MSP FAQs.

FAQ It appears that registration of "already owned" regulated/banned firearms, after 10/1/13 is no longer part of the law? Do owners need to register those rifles? Or register already owned (greater than 10 round) magazines?
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​Any firearm lawfully owned prior to October 1, 2013 is not required to be registered. Magazines are not required to be registered.

MSP voluntary registration: https://mdsp.maryland.gov/Organizati...istration.aspx

MSP new resident: https://mdsp.maryland.gov/Organizati...wResident.aspx

IANAL, and feel free to correct me, but the SHALL register only affects post ban banned items, and nothing that is otherwise legal to purchase in MD falls into that category.
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Old September 19th, 2019, 10:08 AM #44
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Per MSP FAQs.

FAQ It appears that registration of "already owned" regulated/banned firearms, after 10/1/13 is no longer part of the law? Do owners need to register those rifles? Or register already owned (greater than 10 round) magazines?
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​Any firearm lawfully owned prior to October 1, 2013 is not required to be registered. Magazines are not required to be registered.

MSP voluntary registration: https://mdsp.maryland.gov/Organizati...istration.aspx

MSP new resident: https://mdsp.maryland.gov/Organizati...wResident.aspx

IANAL, and feel free to correct me, but the SHALL register only affects post ban banned items, and nothing that is otherwise legal to purchase in MD falls into that category.
No, it is referring to the fact that an original text of the bill mandated registration of pre Oct 2013 (now banned) regulated firearms. That was struck from the bill before passage.

If you move in to the state, you MUST register regulated firearms within 90 days. Banned guns purchased post Oct 2013 are not allowed in to the state under any circumstances (other than FOPA and passing through).
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Or official Gov't usage .
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Old September 19th, 2019, 04:49 PM #46
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Per MSP FAQs.

FAQ It appears that registration of "already owned" regulated/banned firearms, after 10/1/13 is no longer part of the law? Do owners need to register those rifles? Or register already owned (greater than 10 round) magazines?
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​Any firearm lawfully owned prior to October 1, 2013 is not required to be registered. Magazines are not required to be registered.

MSP voluntary registration: https://mdsp.maryland.gov/Organizati...istration.aspx

MSP new resident: https://mdsp.maryland.gov/Organizati...wResident.aspx

IANAL, and feel free to correct me, but the SHALL register only affects post ban banned items, and nothing that is otherwise legal to purchase in MD falls into that category.
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No, it is referring to the fact that an original text of the bill mandated registration of pre Oct 2013 (now banned) regulated firearms. That was struck from the bill before passage.

If you move in to the state, you MUST register regulated firearms within 90 days. Banned guns purchased post Oct 2013 are not allowed in to the state under any circumstances (other than FOPA and passing through).
Can you elaborate more? I copied that directly from MDSPs FAQ page, and the large text seems to state that it's not required if owned before '13.

Also reading the link I posted for new residents seems to confirm that.
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Can you elaborate more? I copied that directly from MDSPs FAQ page, and the large text seems to state that it's not required if owned before '13.

Also reading the link I posted for new residents seems to confirm that.
It is NOT, IF you lived in the state prior to 10/1/13.

If you move into the state and establish residency (required if you live in the state more than 185 days per year, except for active duty military and full time students), then you need to register them.
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It is NOT, IF you lived in the state prior to 10/1/13.

If you move into the state and establish residency (required if you live in the state more than 185 days per year, except for active duty military and full time students), then you need to register them.
Cool. That was my understanding. Given the time frame, it sounded like the OP was military. I am as well, got here around the same time, and will not give up Florida residency unless I move somewhere better in the future...
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Cool. That was my understanding. Given the time frame, it sounded like the OP was military. I am as well, got here around the same time, and will not give up Florida residency unless I move somewhere better in the future...
What is better than no state income tax?????

My Dad maintained FL residency until he retired.
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Where someone wound likely run into problems this law would be if a gun were stolen, or there was an AD or other firearms-related incident in which the police got involved.

My guess is that when this happens, someone will get made into "the example."

If it is required to be registered, and it is stolen, and then you don't report it, because you didn't register it, you are in violation of yet another MD law regarding the timely reporting of stolen firearms.

If you didn't register it and do report the theft, you may still have an issue.
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