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Old November 11th, 2018, 09:11 AM #171
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Old November 19th, 2018, 01:24 AM #172
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First the state of Maryland is not a fan of any variant of AK's at all, but check this site out for all banned rifles. https://mdsp.maryland.gov/Organizati...armSearch.aspx
Maryland has issues with replica's of military style AR's.

Some examples of the questions to ask are listed below:

1) Is this weapon semi-automatic? If not, it is not banned and you do not need to continue.

2) If this is a rifle, is it centerfire? If not, then it is not banned and you do not need to continue.

3) Is this weapon considered to be a copy of a banned weapon? If so, then it is banned and may not be purchased, sold, or transferred.

4) If this is a semi-automatic centerfire rifle that can accept a detachable magazine, does it have any two of the following: a folding stock; a grenade launcher or flare launcher; or a flash suppressor; If so, then it is banned and may not be purchased, sold, or transferred.

5) If this is a rifle, does it have a fixed magazine that holds more than 10 rounds? If so, then it is banned and may not be purchased, sold, or transferred.

6) If this is a rifle, what is the overall length of the weapon? If the stock is fully extended and there are no removable additions to the barrel, is the weapon less than 29 inches? If so, then it is banned and may not be purchased, sold, or transferred.

7) If this is a semi-automatic shotgun, does the weapon have a revolving cylinder? If so, then it is banned and may not be purchased, sold, or transferred.

8) If this is a semi-automatic shotgun, does the weapon have a folding stock? If so, then it is banned and may not be purchased, sold, or transferred
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Old November 21st, 2018, 04:44 AM #173
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Old November 24th, 2018, 05:26 AM #174
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Having your original bbl/ upper also enters into the discussion of nebulous * Constructive Intent * , and is largely speculative .
Typically, constructive intent would be having a lower and ONLY a pencil barrel upper, even if they are not assembled.

Having a pistol upper and a rifle is not normally a problem. But a lower and only a pistol upper is a problem.
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Old February 26th, 2019, 08:48 AM #175
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Question of clarification. For AR uppers, its not enough to just through on a heavy barrel, right? The "law" states that you can't have a flash hider, but it looks like all these heavy barrel MD legal AR's have them. I'm confused

As of today AR with a heavy barrel are legal to own in Maryland. However, that will likely change with pending legislation that is about to ban them. If the legislation passes it will go into effect October 1 2019.

Having a flash hider + Hbar is fine, but again that is as of today.
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Old February 26th, 2019, 08:56 AM #176
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The copycat provision feature set (only one feature) only includes “regulated” firearms. As of now an HBAR is not regulated
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Old February 26th, 2019, 08:49 PM #177
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I'm just amazed what people consider an assault rifle a well trained person with a shotgun or a 22 can do just as much damage.. The politicians need to stop listened to the media and get their head out of their ass
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The copycat provision feature set (only one feature) only includes “regulated” firearms. As of now an HBAR is not regulated
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Uh, no, it is all semi auto, centerfire rifles.

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(E) (1) “COPYCAT WEAPON” MEANS:
(I) A SEMIAUTOMATIC CENTERFIRE RIFLE THAT CAN
ACCEPT A DETACHABLE MAGAZINE AND HAS ANY TWO OF THE FOLLOWING:

1. A FOLDING STOCK;
2. A GRENADE LAUNCHER OR FLARE LAUNCHER;
3. A FLASH SUPPRESSOR;

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Old March 1st, 2019, 10:13 AM #180
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Uh, no, it is all semi auto, centerfire rifles.
Is this from current law or in the pending legislation? I was under the impression that it needed to have two of these to be considered a copycat.
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