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Old July 4th, 2013, 03:50 AM #1051
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I've been interested in gaining a ccw, but I would just be applying as personal protection. Although back in 5/2009 I had a break in and lost a dirt bike. Would this be good enough g&s to support getting approved. What are anyone thoughts?
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Old July 4th, 2013, 10:33 AM #1052
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I've been interested in gaining a ccw, but I would just be applying as personal protection. Although back in 5/2009 I had a break in and lost a dirt bike. Would this be good enough g&s to support getting approved. What are anyone thoughts?
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Old July 4th, 2013, 10:34 AM #1053
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In the application requirements it mention "Professional Activities: Doctors, Pharmicists, etc.". Does anyone know what "etc" entails? Is there a complete list of acceptable professional activities?
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I work as a photojournalist at one of the TV stations in Baltimore. I go to a lot of crime scenes and find myself in a lot of high-crime areas often. A little over a year ago I was threatened by a young man who said he had a gun and, long story short, my reporter and I told the cops, they chased him down and had the guy locked up. I talked to a detective and everything. I didn't really receive any paperwork for the case or anything but is this G&S for a ccw?
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Old July 5th, 2013, 03:30 PM #1056
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Now someone stopped by my store today (I work at the Dicks in wheaton) and told me something VERY interesting but seemed to make no sense. I can't find it online myself right now so I figured I jump on here and ask the what I believe the obvious answer is but of course my enthusiasm gets the best of me.

I was shown online (I forget the site) that an active member of the Military (Active, Reserve, or Guard) may carry a concealed side arm without a permit as long as they hold a Military ID.....the phrasing was a little off but I figured it was worth looking into seeing as he said he has a friend who is in the Marines and carrys without a permit using this as his exception....I really want to get to the bottom of this so that should I run across him again I can tell him otherwise or print out this "rule" and keep a copy on me at all times lol. Thanks in advance!
It's true, but conveniently there's some stuff left out:

You have to be on official business, and be authorized to carry said sidearm while carrying out said official business. I have yet to see a soldier/airman/marine/sailor carrying a concealed handgun on official business...

Read the exceptions to the Handgun transportation law in MD for a full understanding.
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I work as a photojournalist at one of the TV stations in Baltimore. I go to a lot of crime scenes and find myself in a lot of high-crime areas often. A little over a year ago I was threatened by a young man who said he had a gun and, long story short, my reporter and I told the cops, they chased him down and had the guy locked up. I talked to a detective and everything. I didn't really receive any paperwork for the case or anything but is this G&S for a ccw?
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bummer. I live on the delaware line are you able to get a del ccw permit living in md if you spend a lot of time in del.
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bummer. I live on the delaware line are you able to get a del ccw permit living in md if you spend a lot of time in del.

No. DE doesn't issue Non-Res permits.
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Does anyone have a contact person to find out the status of an app after the interview?
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