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Old May 16th, 2021, 09:11 AM #241
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I still haven't seen COMAR on a law they are allegedly enforcing
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If I understand the situation correctly, there is no de facto long gun registry; the only contact is with an FFL, who presumably does a NICS check. It would be a huge, expensive PITA for the state to get all that data in a database.
The Maryland back-door registration system for regulated firearms has long been known, and has been acknowledged by MSP in several ways. As soon as long guns start transferring through MSP, these too will be added to the illegal registry.

The best news is that, in a federal effort to keep us safe while they circumvent the Constitution and federal law, all NICS data goes to InterPol, where it is retained and available internationally and indefinitely:
https://www.ammoland.com/2021/04/pro...-for-interpol/

Thank god for the FBI...
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I still haven't seen COMAR on a law they are allegedly enforcing
So I asked my little bird about this and it may not be in COMAR yet, but is still enforceable under MD's Constitution if the text of the act is considered clear and not in need of regulatory explanation
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So I asked my little bird about this and it may not be in COMAR yet, but is still enforceable under MD's Constitution if the text of the act is considered clear and not in need of regulatory explanation
I think the dispute here regarding 03FFL makes it unclear
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Since FFL03 has nothing to do with firearms less than 50 years old unless specifically BATF exempted, I think that is as clear as it needs to be. I would not poke the bear.
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Since FFL03 has nothing to do with firearms less than 50 years old unless specifically BATF exempted, I think that is as clear as it needs to be. I would not poke the bear.
No, the wording of the law is not clear as it appears to exempt FFL 03 license holders from needing to comply, not FFL 03 firearms.

I agree about not poking the bear, I'd be happy to take advantage of that feature. Perhaps that was the legislative intent. After all, FFL 03 license holders have already had several background checks.
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After all, FFL 03 license holders have already had several background checks.
JUst like the background check for an HQL and then immediately after receiving it another background check and 7 day wait?
LOL! If those assholes in Annapolis did something that made a little bit of sense it was an accident.
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I’m not inclined to recognize this as a law.



If I had any rifles, or shotguns, and wanted to sell one to someone I know, I would.

Larry Hogan, and Brian Frosh can chew the bark off my big fat log.

Too bad I own no firearms.
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If I had any rifles, or shotguns, and wanted to sell one to someone I know, I would.

Larry Hogan, and Brian Frosh can chew the bark off my big fat log.

Too bad I own no firearms.
Very simple. Don't sell anything to someone you suspect of being prohibited

or a rat.
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Very simple. Don't sell anything to someone you suspect of being prohibited

or a rat.
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