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Old February 9th, 2019, 10:26 AM #2641
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So mine was submitted in July and in November the check was cashed AFTER I called to ask about the status.
Fell behind someone's desk, same as the bullshit fax machine debacle they had years ago.
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Old February 10th, 2019, 09:29 AM #2642
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Success!!! Thanks for all of the information.
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Old February 10th, 2019, 12:32 PM #2643
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Old February 12th, 2019, 05:25 PM #2644
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Maryland ccw is the worst nightmare Didn't have to go through this many changes to buy a house or get a job.in the state .. They look for any Excuse to Deny you your constitutional right Maryland Governor should be ashamed of himself For not standing up for the rights of his citizens.. There's no hesitation in taking taxes or any other money from the citizens.. But they won't stand up for their citizens
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Old February 12th, 2019, 05:41 PM #2645
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This may have been answered somewhere else in this thread so I apologize ahead of time. I haven’t read all the pages because none of it really pertains to me per se (I know it’s something we should all follow because it has to do with our constitutional right).

My question is does anyone know if working as a realtor, or a school teacher justifies (through MSP’s eyes) a CCW permit? These two specific professions I think could be well served from carrying. I know public schools are far away from ever allowing this on their property, but what about if a private school teacher wanted it, and the employer allowed it?

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Old February 12th, 2019, 05:51 PM #2646
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Working in Real Estate is a fairly popular (accepted) reason lately. You'll receive a restricted permit.
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Old February 13th, 2019, 09:18 AM #2647
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Maryland ccw is the worst nightmare Didn't have to go through this many changes to buy a house or get a job.in the state .. They look for any Excuse to Deny you your constitutional right Maryland Governor should be ashamed of himself For not standing up for the rights of his citizens.. There's no hesitation in taking taxes or any other money from the citizens.. But they won't stand up for their citizens
It has actually gotten much better. the process has been made easier. Before it was a handwritten notarized form with real fingerprint cards. Now it is an online for, with one stop at live scan for electronic prints and picture.
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Working in Real Estate is a fairly popular (accepted) reason lately. You'll receive a restricted permit.
Any idea if anyone has tried for the reason of being a teacher? Just curious if there has been any precedent set.
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Old February 13th, 2019, 11:16 AM #2649
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Any idea if anyone has tried for the reason of being a teacher? Just curious if there has been any precedent set.
There's no such thing as precedent, that's going to be the first issue....

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There's no such thing as precedent, that's going to be the first issue....

"They know it when they see it".
This really is at the heart of the matter. The whole process is completely capricious, and it comes down to being willing to getting into a staring contest with the MSP, with the HPRB playing ref. Except the MGA has set us up to see the end of that, via OAH referrals. We'll shortly learn a LOT more about how all of that is going to look, as the first wave of victims trickles through that process.
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