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  • sks972ca

    Junior Member
    Feb 11, 2022
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    Restrictions no longer apply. Permits with restrictions will be treated as unrestricted until renewal... that is... unless you want to give the State more money to have it removed.
    I am not disputing you, but is that written somewhere? I'd hate for someone to get jammed up for stepping outside the scope of their issued wear and carry.
     

    teratos

    My hair is amazing
    MDS Supporter
    Jan 22, 2009
    51,665
    Bel Air
    I am not disputing you, but is that written somewhere? I'd hate for someone to get jammed up for stepping outside the scope of their issued wear and carry.
    If your permit is issued with restrictions, sue. They removed restrictions for business owners a while back. Now G&S went bye-bye....
     

    strapped

    Member
    Aug 27, 2012
    838
    Carroll County
    I dunno. I haven't had the space in my head to dig into this, but if the employer part is indeed in place I am red shirted because my vocation is way too hostile to this and unless I decide to bail, I still have to deal with them
    When I did mine, the investigator called my references but NOT my employer, fyi.
     

    DC-W

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    Jan 23, 2013
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    Employers usually aren’t contacted if the permit has nothing to do with them. It submitted G&S relied on them, they would.
     

    sks972ca

    Junior Member
    Feb 11, 2022
    12
    If your permit is issued with restrictions, sue. They removed restrictions for business owners a while back. Now G&S went bye-bye....

    Absent an order from on high that eliminates restrictions in the new landscape, it seems a lot cheaper for those with restricted W&C to just pay the $10 and get it modified. It would also involve 100% fewer attorneys. Most attorneys would probably take the $10 path of least resistance.
     

    RoadDawg

    Nos nostraque Deo
    Dec 6, 2010
    87,672
    How could he have done this years ago? Pretty sure you are complaining whenever Biden does not follow the letter of the law. Well, Hogan has to follow the letter of the law and G&S was law in Maryland and not unconstitutional until SCOTUS ruled on it in Bruen. Make no mistake, if it was not for the Trump appointments and people not rushing off half cocked running to SCOTUS before the time was right, the ruling could have been 5-4 in favor of G&S being Constitutional. Would you have liked for Hogan to have done this years ago BEFORE the Trump SCOTUS appointments and then have Frosh run to that SCOTUS for an opinion on this matter?

    This is a long game at this point, for which some just do not have the patience.

    Md. Code Public Safety 3-506

    (a) Subject to subsection (c) of this section, the Secretary shall issue a permit within a reasonable time to a person who the Secretary finds:

    (1) is an adult;
    (2)(i) has not been convicted of a felony or of a misdemeanor for which a sentence of imprisonment for more than 1 year has been imposed;  or
    (ii) if convicted of a crime described in item (i) of this item, has been pardoned or has been granted relief under 18 U.S.C. § 925(c) ;
    (3) has not been convicted of a crime involving the possession, use, or distribution of a controlled dangerous substance;
    (4) is not presently an alcoholic, addict, or habitual user of a controlled dangerous substance unless the habitual use of the controlled dangerous substance is under legitimate medical direction;
    (5) except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, has successfully completed prior to application and each renewal, a firearms training course approved by the Secretary that includes:
    (i) 1. for an initial application, a minimum of 16 hours of instruction by a qualified handgun instructor;  or
    2. for a renewal application, 8 hours of instruction by a qualified handgun instructor;
    (ii) classroom instruction on:
    1. State firearm law;
    2. home firearm safety;  and
    3. handgun mechanisms and operation;  and
    (iii) a firearms qualification component that demonstrates the applicant's proficiency and use of the firearm;  and
    (6) based on an investigation:
    (i) has not exhibited a propensity for violence or instability that may reasonably render the person's possession of a handgun a danger to the person or to another;  and
    (ii) has good and substantial reason to wear, carry, or transport a handgun, such as a finding that the permit is necessary as a reasonable precaution against apprehended danger.
    Are you okay fabs? Fever? Dizziness? Confusion,

    Just checking… because, I believe that’s the first thing you’ve ever posted that gives Trump ANY positive credit.

    Shocking. :lol2:
     

    Applehd

    Throbbing Member
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    Apr 26, 2012
    5,169
    I am not disputing you, but is that written somewhere? I'd hate for someone to get jammed up for stepping outside the scope of their issued wear and carry.
    The "good and substantial" part of your "while working" permit is no longer applicable. You now have a self defense permit. IANAL... but I'll put a fist full of cash up that my words are true. If you would feel better, drop the $10 and get the restriction removed... then you'll have 2.
     

    johnkn

    Active Member
    Feb 27, 2012
    1,263
    Absent an order from on high that eliminates restrictions in the new landscape, it seems a lot cheaper for those with restricted W&C to just pay the $10 and get it modified. It would also involve 100% fewer attorneys. Most attorneys would probably take the $10 path of least resistance.
    Completely agree, and that’s what I did last week to have the employment restriction removed from my current permit. After years of this BS I’ll gladly pay the $10 for a clean permit now in order to remove any and all doubt. Who knows what can or will happen in the future


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    fabsroman

    Active Member
    Mar 14, 2009
    31,764
    Winfield/Taylorsville in Carroll
    6 months from now this forum will be like the knitting forum.
    I so hope so. I hope there is nothing more to worry about regarding the 2A in Maryland. Might want to give it a year though to see what the General Assembly is going to try next session. Maybe, just maybe, it might finally get through to people that the gun is not the problem and that the problem in these inner cities with high murder rates is vast and multi-issue.
     

    babalou

    Active Member
    MDS Supporter
    Aug 12, 2013
    13,086
    Monkey County
    I so hope so. I hope there is nothing more to worry about regarding the 2A in Maryland. Might want to give it a year though to see what the General Assembly is going to try next session. Maybe, just maybe, it might finally get through to people that the gun is not the problem and that the problem in these inner cities with high murder rates is vast and multi-issue.
    you mean they will not have excuses anymore to hide their heads in the sand and place blame on non factors? The horror.

    I cannot wait. I want to see their excuses
     

    Stoveman

    TV Personality
    Patriot Picket
    Sep 2, 2013
    22,914
    Cuba on the Chesapeake
    Senate President Ferguson weighs in.

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    Buff7mm

    Active Member
    Mar 4, 2009
    13,476
    Somewhere
    I so hope so. I hope there is nothing more to worry about regarding the 2A in Maryland. Might want to give it a year though to see what the General Assembly is going to try next session. Maybe, just maybe, it might finally get through to people that the gun is not the problem and that the problem in these inner cities with high murder rates is vast and multi-issue.
    Absolutely. I’ll reword a little, in 6 months we’ll be asking what brand and which gauge knitting is best.
     

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