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  • Occam

    Not Even ONE Indictment
    MDS Supporter
    Feb 24, 2018
    20,042
    Montgomery County
    Cite a case where training was found to be unconstitutional.
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    Eastwind

    Nice!
    May 3, 2020
    119
    I sure as hell am. I paid for school myself

    Silly me


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    That makes two of us.

    Years of hard work and earning as many scholarships as I could. Not much I can do about it now- except get mad about it on a gun forum!
     

    Blacksmith101

    Grumpy Old Man
    Jun 22, 2012
    21,972
    Just like the incessant whining about training, that you have to do anyway, to obtain a permit.

    If you’re not going to file a complaint to the courts to contest it, support the poor that can’t afford the training, Then STFU.

    Comment all you want, I’m done with it. Cry amongst yourselves. Move around and move on, like I did.
    Rather than using your money to help one or a few poor people get a gun the money would be better spent by donating it to a gun rights organization that is actively filing lawsuits to help all the poor and other people get guns by removing the unconstitutional roadblocks.

    May I suggest Maryland Shall Issue!
     

    OMD6dawg

    Active Member
    Rather than using your money to help one or a few poor people get a gun the money would be better spent by donating it to a gun rights organization that is actively filing lawsuits to help all the poor and other people get guns by removing the unconstitutional roadblocks.

    May I suggest Maryland Shall Issue!
    I’m on the rolls for donations to MSI. Ive always believed in the mission.
     

    swinokur

    In a State of Bliss
    Patriot Picket
    Apr 15, 2009
    55,325
    Westminster USA
    And used two and three syllable words.

    So easy a Balt City HS graduate could read it

    Oh wait


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    clandestine

    AR-15 Savant
    Oct 13, 2008
    37,014
    Elkton, MD
    I’m sure I’ve spent the same. Shit, my gun purchases alone during early days of the Great Covid Wars was probably that. Again, I understand. Hate it. I hate it too *thumbs up*
    I didn't mention the cost of firearms. That's the COST of getting the permits.

    What carry permits do you have right now?
     

    babalou

    Ultimate Member
    MDS Supporter
    Aug 12, 2013
    15,883
    Glenelg
    FTFY.

    No. The requirement to prove that you are legal to vote is not an infringement. It is no different than showing ID to transfer a firearm. The ID establishes a name/face relationship so the powers that be knows the SSN maps to the correct person.

    With that said, if the cost or the time required to obtain a photo ID is too cumbersome, then it could be an infringement. If that's the case, then the gov't needs to introduce ways that are easier and cheaper so photo ID is available to everyone of voting age.

    FTFY.

    No. The requirement to prove that you are legal to vote is not an infringement. It is no different than showing ID to transfer a firearm. The ID establishes a name/face relationship so the powers that be knows the SSN maps to the correct person.

    With that said, if the cost or the time required to obtain a photo ID is too cumbersome, then it could be an infringement. If that's the case, then the gov't needs to introduce ways that are easier and cheaper so photo ID is available to everyone of voting

    I didn't mention the cost of firearms. That's the COST of getting the permits.

    What carry permits do you have right now?
    meh, it does not matter, brother. He can afford it. Let them eat cake.
     

    Occam

    Not Even ONE Indictment
    MDS Supporter
    Feb 24, 2018
    20,042
    Montgomery County
    I’m on the rolls for donations to MSI. Ive always believed in the mission.
    Even though it's an organization dedicated to - using your standards - whining and crying? Why, that organization just never STOPS whining and crying about things like fees, classes, double-layers of permits and other infringements. I'm surprised you're on board with such a bunch of crybabies.
     

    Racinready300ex-2

    Active Member
    Apr 10, 2020
    184
    So as we argue about the 16 hours thing....I'm hearing they want to bump it up to 32 hours but will likely compromise and only make it 24 hours. Renewal's probably 16?
     

    swinokur

    In a State of Bliss
    Patriot Picket
    Apr 15, 2009
    55,325
    Westminster USA
    Where did you hear that? From an Instructor?

    Oh good make it like camp.

    Sleepover anyone?


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    clandestine

    AR-15 Savant
    Oct 13, 2008
    37,014
    Elkton, MD
    So as we argue about the 16 hours thing....I'm hearing they want to bump it up to 32 hours but will likely compromise and only make it 24 hours. Renewal's probably 16?
    The d-heads who think training should be mandatory will support that too.

    Some in the "gun rights community" will proudly turn in instructors to the MSP who only teach a 31.99 Hour Class.
     

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