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Old November 24th, 2021, 09:50 PM #21
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So "IF" that was maryland. They could require everyone get all shots inside thr 8 circle, or maybe even the 9 circle.
MDGA would make it the 10 ring. At 100 yards. At night.
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MDGA would make it the 10 ring. At 100 yards. At night.
Kind of funny if any of these anti gun legislatures would require any distance beyond like 15 yards. How many justified shootings take place at 100 yards?
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MDGA would make it the 10 ring. At 100 yards. At night. Blindfolded.

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MDGA would make it the 10 ring. At 100 yards. At night.
And no, you can't shoot tonight. You had to shoot last night.
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In 2019, there were 36,096 traffic fatalities in the US; there were 15,292 non-suicide firearms-related deaths.

Facts never matter in these situations.
Beat me to it. Statistically a requalification for a driver's license would make more sense if "saving lives" were really the goal. (we know it isn't)

Also, driving is a privilege, not a right.

Keeping and bearing arms is a right, not a privilege.

So why is it more difficult to be able to exercise a right than a privilege?
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So why is it more difficult to be able to exercise a right than a privilege?
Because that particular right is disfavored by the Party that controls this state, whereas the Party leadership wouldn't want their chauffeurs to not be able to haul them around.
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Because that particular right is disfavored by the Party that controls this state, whereas the Party leadership wouldn't want their chauffeurs to not be able to haul them around.
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MD already requires class every 2 years. That alone will probably limit the number of people who reapply every time they are up for renewal.

Personally, I think it would be better for drivers license renewal than concealed carry
I thought it was 2 years for first renewal and then every 3 there after?

That being said, yeah I think everyone should be required to recertify for a driver’s license test. Fail it and you’ve got 45 days to retake and pass it or your license gets pulled.

Call it once a decade till 65. Then every 5 years after that. Probably save a lot of lives. A heck of a lot more than CCW license renewals every couple of years ever would or could. Also if we want to get in to doctors reporting on gun owners. We should make it mandatory that doctors report to state MVAs if a patient has a health condition that would disqualify them from driving.
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I don`t know if this was brought up if it has I please point me to the thread..what do you think would happen in states that are May issue(No Issue) if the NY law is struck and Shall Issue becomes law..would they recognize residents with non-res permits from other states and give a timeframe to apply for a resident LTC?.. If struck there will be a floodgate opened that states like NY,NJ & MD unable to process applications in a timely manner..Thoughts?
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MD already requires class every 2 years. That alone will probably limit the number of people who reapply every time they are up for renewal.

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I thought it was 2 years for first renewal and then every 3 there after?
Clarification on the selected quotes above.

First application, 16 hour class with renewal in 2 years. Renewals are good for 3 years with an 8 hour class.
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