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Old January 27th, 2019, 06:02 PM #21
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This won't go anywhere.

I believe Mr. Zirkin and others have spoken out against Man./Min. laws previously. They are typically the first charges dropped or plead out in many cases. They effectively have no "teeth"
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Old January 27th, 2019, 11:03 PM #22
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I see the transfer bill is back in action.

Also known as the “making my wife a criminal if she defends herself or our kids with one of my handguns if she reaches for that in the safe when someone is breaking down the door and I am not home” law.
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Old January 29th, 2019, 06:33 AM #23
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HB-31

"Providing that the prohibition on carrying or possessing a firearm, knife, or deadly weapon of any kind on public school property does not apply to a school resource officer who is assigned to a public school in Baltimore City and is on public school property in Baltimore City."

I guess they are going to ban lunch ladies and baseball games?
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HB-31

"Providing that the prohibition on carrying or possessing a firearm, knife, or deadly weapon of any kind on public school property does not apply to a school resource officer who is assigned to a public school in Baltimore City and is on public school property in Baltimore City."

I guess they are going to ban lunch ladies and baseball games?
Thatís because even SROs are banned from carrying a firearm inside of a school in Baltimore city. Only regular police officers can carry in a school.

Think on that. The officers assigned to guard schools canít actually carry a firearm in a school. They are only allowed to carry a firearm outside of the school building itself when patrolling the grounds.

Also Baltimore city (council? School board?) just voted to continue the ban. So probably MGA will vote down the bill.
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Define a container designed to prevent an unintended person from gaining access to it? I am all for safe storage. Is a locked ammo can sufficient? Because an ammo can with locking ability and a padlock on it is designed to prevent someone from gaining access to it. Or do they mean specifically a safe. Or is it in the eye of the DA or what counts?
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So is this to get rid of pellet rifles in schools? I guess maybe some counties have pellet rifle happenings in schools. Certainly doesn't apply to MoCo, unless Poolsville still has rifle club.

http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/2019RS/bills/hb/hb0523f.pdf
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I believe there are air rifle competitions held in western MD high schools
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So is this to get rid of pellet rifles in schools? I guess maybe some counties have pellet rifle happenings in schools. Certainly doesn't apply to MoCo, unless Poolsville still has rifle club.



http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/2019RS/bills/hb/hb0523f.pdf


What a shame!

There are several NJROTC detachments in the state and, to my knowledge, they all use .177 air rifles in competition. Itís been several years since my youngest started competing, but I recall several schools in SoMD, Annapolis, and here in FDRK county the detachment is now at TJHigh having moved from Linganore.

She views these early CMP sporter competitions as the catalyst to her shooting passion. Sheís headed to a NCAA Div 1 program on an athletic scholarship to shoot. Plenty of kids get a safe introduction to the basics of safe firearm handling in these programs.

Time to call the legis-critters ó again


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