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Old February 7th, 2018, 11:47 PM #11
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No, but they do hold ammunition.
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Old February 8th, 2018, 01:26 AM #12
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Maybe they will have a magazine buyback program.
$100 apiece sounds like a fair price, at that price I think that I could retire and move to a free state, as long as they aren't giving out no stinking gift cards.
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Old February 8th, 2018, 01:35 AM #13
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The day the control freaks ban possession of magazines will be the day I start buying even more.
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Old February 8th, 2018, 02:58 AM #14
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No, but they do hold ammunition.
This. I'm sick and tired of being walked on by the tyrants in Annapolis.

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Old February 8th, 2018, 06:19 AM #15
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Well, the good news is, it doesn't seem like they had many cosponsors, which probably means they'll have trouble beating a veto in the unlikely event this makes it out of committee and passes a vote. This doesn't really look like a well-considered bill, and is more like the usual BS from the Baltimore reps on how they're "fighting violence".

Yes, call your reps and tell them to vote no. But also CALL HOGAN and tell him he needs to veto this if it goes anywhere. This is the one damn thing he MUST do.
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Well, the good news is, it doesn't seem like they had many cosponsors, which probably means they'll have trouble beating a veto in the unlikely event this makes it out of committee and passes a vote. This doesn't really look like a well-considered bill, and is more like the usual BS from the Baltimore reps on how they're "fighting violence".

Yes, call your reps and tell them to vote no. But also CALL HOGAN and tell him he needs to veto this if it goes anywhere. This is the one damn thing he MUST do.
Noted as well. Thing would be a nightmare and probably why prohibited possession wasn't in previous concoction. I've noted other states with possession bans have grandfather laws. Some even want your grandfathered mags registered.
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so I'm looking at about $1,750,000.00 in fines and just over 1,100 years in prison come October 1st 2018.

Interesting.
I'm right there with you. We will have plenty to talk about in jail.... which is good, because that is a long potential sentence
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Noted as well. Thing would be a nightmare and probably why prohibited possession wasn't in previous concoction. I've noted other states with possession bans have grandfather laws. Some even want your grandfathered mags registered.
Yeah, while there's some pucker factor with seeing this one, I doubt it's going anywhere.
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I would not get complacent on this one just because it has few sponsors. There is a race this year to run as far left as possible for the MD Gov primary, show they can be as left as California. Because, they did not learn from Anthony Brown and Marty O'Mao.
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I'd just make it clear to them in the committee hearing that other states have tried this and been struck down as unconstitutional; and we have some very good lawyers.
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