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Old February 26th, 2012, 11:26 AM #11
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True.

Do they still want a copy of your drivers licence to store in an unsecure location and tell you it's "Federal Law"?
Yeah, they started that up again recently. It's actually a MD state fire marshal law, but I've heard that it's a requirement of everything from FBI to ATF from them.

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Do they still want a copy of your drivers licence to store in an unsecure location and tell you it's "Federal Law"?
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Yeah, they started that up again recently. It's actually a MD state fire marshal law, but I've heard that it's a requirement of everything from FBI to ATF from them.

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Are you telling me they made a copy of your DL when you bought powder?
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Are you telling me they made a copy of your DL when you bought powder?
No, not me, I buy mine out of state because of this stupid law.
Years ago, they were trying to require it for primers too, though primers weren't part of the law.
For a while, they (bass pro) had stopped asking for the DL, but I don't know why. I did buy some from them then.

Recently, they began requiring ID again. Must have gotten audited is my guess. There is a fairly recent post on here somewhere about it. In it, I copied the law for those that weren't familiar with it, straight from the state fire marshall's site.

They aren't doing anything wrong, they're just complying with the law. It is a dumb law though.

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No, not me, I buy mine out of state because of this stupid law.
Years ago, they were trying to require it for primers too, though primers weren't part of the law.
For a while, they (bass pro) had stopped asking for the DL, but I don't know why. I did buy some from them then.

Recently, they began requiring ID again. Must have gotten audited is my guess. There is a fairly recent post on here somewhere about it. In it, I copied the law for those that weren't familiar with it, straight from the state fire marshall's site.

They aren't doing anything wrong, they're just complying with the law. It is a dumb law though.

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So when Ed asked "Do they still want a copy of your drivers licence to store in an unsecure location and tell you it's "Federal Law"? " and you said "Yeah" you really meant to say "Nope" and when I said "Nope" you really meant to agree with me instead of posting your picture saying "Yuuup!".
I think I understand.

Here's the deal. The Fire Marshall recently said powder logs must be kept. This has been law for quite some time even if some places don't always do it. MD shops selling powder are required to record who bought powder,where they live, what they bought , when they bought it , and how much they bought . Nobody should be copying your DL or recording a thing for buying primers. This only applies to black and smokeless powder.
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So when Ed asked "Do they still want a copy of your drivers licence to store in an unsecure location and tell you it's "Federal Law"? " and you said "Yeah" you really meant to say "Nope" and when I said "Nope" you really meant to agree with me instead of posting your picture saying "Yuuup!".
I think I understand.

Here's the deal. The Fire Marshall recently said powder logs must be kept. This has been law for quite some time even if some places don't always do it. MD shops selling powder are required to record who bought powder,where they live, what they bought , when they bought it , and how much they bought . Nobody should be copying your DL or recording a thing for buying primers. This only applies to black and smokeless powder.
Now we're on the same page.

I thought you were originally disagreeing that there was such a law. That debate seems to get stirred up here every so often.

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