I heard through the grapevine today that MSP is to assume that restrictions such as "while on official duties" or "while employed with X employer" should not be enforced and that it wasn't necessary to ask for permit restriction removals. IANAL, however, and this does come secondhand. I've no source to cite. Apparently FFLs got the call today mentioning it.
Latest advisory is that all restrictions are lifted effective immediately. Msp is directing law enforcement to disregard all restrictions printed on the reverse side.Until the law that treats breach of restrictions as criminal offenses is repealed, the law enforcement has to enforce the law.
Which can be rescinded on a whim...Latest advisory is that all restrictions are lifted effective immediately. Msp is directing law enforcement to disregard all restrictions printed on the reverse side.
For MD Carry Permit, absolutely not. Separate course.I was discussing getting my permit this morning with a friend and told them I need to get my training first. He stated that he read MD Safe Hunter Course counted as training, I told him that I didn't think it works for MD but read that some states did accept it.
Any truth that MD accepts MD Safe Hunter Training Course. I have taken the course 3 time over my life span with kids and friends. Still feel that training is a good thing, You can never have enough education....books or hard knock each teach something the other doesn't.
I have an HQL that was issued when the requirement first came out. On the MSP licensing portal for CCW, there is the option to log in or start a new account. Should I create a new account or attempt to recover my login from my HQL approval?
I was looking around on the Free State calendar for training dates for Utah and the server shut me down for “excessive website traffic”
I kinda thought that too. They’re working on my renewal. Why not do it during the process? $10 vs lighter workload.One would think that the hundreds of pending applications to remove restrictions (that were originally G&S) on active permits could be worked through in 1 minute each. Basically a rubber stamp event, zero further follow-up required, then issue a revised permit by mail.
Have you tried to call the MSP this week? No-one is going to answer because you would get a busy signal
I'm sure they will, after you've been detained. There's a difference between detain and arrest:If an officer from another jurisdiction calls I’m quite sure he can speak to someone by calling another number than what’s listed for us.
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