I've found that a combination of CLEAR, Pre-Check/Global Entry, and flying 1st class (or at least premium economy if international) makes it reasonably tolerable. Unreasonably expensive, but reasonably tolerable.And that's just on the pick-up road.
Going into the terminal requires curare, or dilaudid.
CDC tried to read a statute the way you are reading it and got shot down. That section applies to the restricted areas defined in .01 (Someone noted this above who *cough* may know more than you about airport security).Okay, so you're reading the entire section ".09 Airport Security" as applying only to the secure areas (SIDA) of the airport.
I don't read it that way and would certainly not advise a client that their Maryland permit was valid outside of security. Maybe you're right. The problem is, we can't ask MDTA (we all know how well they interpret the law). So... the best we're likely to get is an unofficial opinion from someone in the AG's office. I still wouldn't want to be the test case based on the way that section of COMAR is written.
Again - not trying to pick a fight, and I'd love to be wrong. It would be very convenient for me if I was.
Yes, I have an MD permit. That was the point of the post.I hope you actually have a MD CCW permit because if you don't, it is still illegal for you to carry in MD. No reciprocty between WV and MD and probably not likely anytime soon. It's sadly ironic that MDers, whether they have a CCW permit or not, can legally open or concealed carry in WV, but not the other way around.
I hope you didn't have a crappy experience.
I’ve been experimenting on carrying the biggest pistol I can without anyone noticing.
Full size 45 is the new normal nowadays.
I use to carry a g26.I'm a very, very large mammal. I made a G30 completely disappear in an IWB holster with just a t-shirt. I'm pretty confident I could conceal a full size pistol in the same clothing without printing in a manner obvious to the untrained eye.