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  • SWO Daddy

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    Jun 18, 2011
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    How can they possibly meet the 90 day requirement for issuance given their current staffing levels? I know they are hiring admins to process apps, but a sworn trooper must conduct interviews as I understand it


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    After their shenanigans in 2013, why does anyone think the state cares about timeliness? I think they're perfectly content to take their time and let us sue them.
     

    teratos

    My hair is amazing
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    Jan 22, 2009
    50,282
    Bel Air
    After their shenanigans in 2013, why does anyone think the state cares about timeliness? I think they're perfectly content to take their time and let us sue them.
    They are content. The courts should not be content watching them stall.
     

    Mark392001

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    Industry Partner
    Aug 18, 2009
    7,363
    Glen Burnie, MD
    Easy….”9mm pistol sir”….I forgot you guys have to register your guns though…ouch.

    That reciprocity will be fun when it hits, however if it doesn’t hit soonish….

    I want to apply….but it’s no business of the MSP what pistol(s) I would be carrying the few times a year I visit your state. Same for any out of state resident, I mean will Maryland ask us to register our pistols to get a MD permit….they couldn’t be serious
    /s
    DC makes non residents list their CCW firearms and requires compliance to magazine limits, so far that hasn’t been challenged and isn’t out of the realm of possibility for jurisdictions.

    As for asking in the interview sure they do, again to be honest though having done this process twice before in MD I didn’t find the interview to be intrusive or intimidating. The interviewer is just following their script and when I went through this in 2021 I was pleasantly surprised at how much more accommodating they were versus the 2013 post Woolard era.
     

    Inigoes

    Head'n for the hills
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    Dec 21, 2008
    45,524
    SoMD / West PA
    My guess is between 100,000 and 150,000. A number they are not going to want to advertise. I think this initial round, once we are sure W&C permits are being issued within the statutory limits and without "good and substantial reason" to all qualified applicants that the floodgates will open only limited by available training. That's going to be the barrier. Even if 5000 people per week were getting training across the state along with those training exempt, they could only get around 100K people trained by end of year. That doesn't include processing time.

    I would like to see closer to 250,000 permits issued but I'm not sure there are enough resources to process even the flood we will get let alone the dam fully breaking. Remember what happened in 2013 with all of the processing issues the MSP had with about-to-be banned regulated long guns? I think that is about to happen again.

    Matt
    Maryland can expect the number to be around 10% to apply for carry permits. Will they carry everydau no, they will have it for when they need it.
     

    Jaybeez

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    Patriot Picket
    May 30, 2006
    6,345
    Darlington MD
    DC makes non residents list their CCW firearms and requires compliance to magazine limits, so far that hasn’t been challenged and isn’t out of the realm of possibility for jurisdictions.

    As for asking in the interview sure they do, again to be honest though having done this process twice before in MD I didn’t find the interview to be intrusive or intimidating. The interviewer is just following their script and when I went through this in 2021 I was pleasantly surprised at how much more accommodating they were versus the 2013 post Woolard era.
    Dick Heller just filed another lawsuit in DC regarding the ammo limits and mag capacities
     

    Usmc1968

    Pronouns: Bro / Brah/ Bruh
    Jan 22, 2009
    92
    Frederick County, MD
    How can they possibly meet the 90 day requirement for issuance given their current staffing levels? I know they are hiring admins to process apps, but a sworn trooper must conduct interviews as I understand it


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    When I got my wear and carry about 8 months ago the trooper conducted my interview by phone becasue of the RONA fears. She also asked when was the last time I was involved in a fist fight. LOL
     

    Cal68

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    Oct 4, 2014
    1,527
    Montgomery County
    Never having applied for a CCW in MD, I did not realize that the application requires one to disclose the name of one's employer and supervisor. Like a couple of other people who have previously posted on this topic on this thread, I am not sure how my employer/supervisor will view me if they get a call from MSP. I can easily give references of friends and family who I know are 2A supporters, but I do not want to take the chance with my employer/supervisor. I obviously do not intend to lie on my application form, so I am going to wait and see if MSP does call employers/supervisors before filing my CCW application. This is a bummer. Very disappointing for me.

    Cal68
     

    Park ranger

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    Dec 6, 2015
    1,909
    When I got my wear and carry about 8 months ago the trooper conducted my interview by phone becasue of the RONA fears. She also asked when was the last time I was involved in a fist fight. LOL
    The list of questions would be interesting. I'm afraid it's things like " do you still beat your wife? No? Ah, so you used to. "
     

    Allen65

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    MDS Supporter
    Jun 29, 2013
    5,062
    Anne Arundel County
    Fat Larry couldn't give a tinkers dam about us.

    This was political posturing, nothing more.

    Fat Larry is the scum that scum wipes off of its shoes.

    He is one of many, upon whom I wouldn't urinate, if they were on fire.
    Everything a politician does is posturing. The key is convincing him our constituency is important enough to posture to our benefit instead of it benefitting the Other Side.
     

    Bertfish

    Throw bread on me
    Mar 13, 2013
    14,103
    White Marsh, MD
    Fat Larry couldn't give a tinkers dam about us.

    This was political posturing, nothing more.

    Fat Larry is the scum that scum wipes off of its shoes.

    He is one of many, upon whom I wouldn't urinate, if they were on fire.
    Would you urinate on him if he was killing himself?
     

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