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Old August 1st, 2020, 12:09 PM #1
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Help with unusual situation

Hello everyone I just joined this forum and love it so far! I technically am a PA resident because my license and address are in PA. I have been staying with my uncle at his house in MD lately for work purposes. Is it legal to have my pistol and rifle with me?

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Based on my limited understanding, it is not legal.
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I wouldn't risk it. Maryland isn't understanding on such things.

And if MD finds out you are living and working here and paying lower PA taxes they will come after you for that too.

(We are only a sanctuary state for undocumented people from Mexico and Central America. Undocumented Americans from others states are considered tax thieves. The irony is pretty thick)
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Define with me. Riding around with a handgun, no unless you're going to the range.

Where you are staying, probably ok as long as owner is ok with it and it's not a banned rifle.
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Wouldn’t risk it
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Sounds like BGOS to me.

Not a lawyer, but as long as all Maryland laws are followed, how do you figure it's illegal for a visitor or tourist to have a legal gun?
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Too little information , and the details about the unknown factors make a difference .

1. Define " Have With Me "
2. Would the rifle(s) be of Maryland Legal configuration ?
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Not enough of information for folks to give free advice , carrying , transporting , and Maryland has a slew of carefully crafted laws . It is best to proceed with caution and to follow those laws .
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Too little information , and the details about the unknown factors make a difference .

1. Define " Have With Me "
2. Would the rifle(s) be of Maryland Legal configuration ?
yeah, was kinda seriously vague.

btw,
A phased plasma rifle in the 40 watt range is not banned, last I heard.
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Not a lawyer and not legal advice...

As mentioned, I think the key is how you define "with me."

I don't think it would be a problem to have the gun in your temporary residence.

Carrying the gun on your person would be a no-no since you dont' have a Maryland carry permit.
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