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Old November 11th, 2019, 04:03 PM #11
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I don't leave guns in cars. When I have one it's either on me (100% of the time) or I'm taking it to the range.
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Old November 11th, 2019, 04:07 PM #12
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The wrong coworker thinking there might be a firearm in your vehicle could effectively red flag your employment. Don't put it past someone to use information as a career step.
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The wrong coworker thinking there might be a firearm in your vehicle could effectively red flag your employment. Don't put it past someone to use information as a career step.
I agree with this...not worth it to do every day. Just my opinion. The off chance you need it right before work or after, I'd probably do it on those select occasions.
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Does anyone here know the actual rules/law for Maryland with regards to leaving a firearm in ones car if they have a Maryland CCW. I understand not on federal property /airport post office / etc. What about going into a office that has physical security that would find said concealed device. If left in the car does it have to be in a secured container, ( not glove box) loaded or unloaded or is the trunk a secure place.

Also anyone know this rule in DC or VA by any chance?
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Does anyone here know the actual rules/law for Maryland with regards to leaving a firearm in ones car if they have a Maryland CCW. I understand not on federal property /airport post office / etc. What about going into a office that has physical security that would find said concealed device. If left in the car does it have to be in a secured container, ( not glove box) loaded or unloaded or is the trunk a secure place.

Also anyone know this rule in DC or VA by any chance?
There is no MD law prohibiting leaving handguns in ones car, how ever i am not a lawyer and you should do your own research.
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