Post 6/23/2022 MD Wear & Carry Permit Application

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  • nuxbag

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    Dec 15, 2018
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    I thought it was this thread but I cannot find it where I read someone posting that you can be prohibited from concealed carry because you've been arrested or had a protection order but not convicted of anything? Is that right?

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    Phoenix_1295

    Creature of Life and Fire
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    Oct 6, 2010
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    Isn't there something about exceptions to be in Public School zones only for home state permit holders? (Could be totally wrong. But I thought there something to that effect)
    If you are in VA a lot, as opposed to just passing through, it can be advantageous since it would provide you with the school zone exception. School zone exception applies if you have a permit issued by the state you are physically in at the time as opposed to a permit from another state that has reciprocity.

     
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    swinokur

    In a State of Bliss
    Patriot Picket
    Apr 15, 2009
    55,327
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    I thought it was this thread but I cannot find it where I read someone posting that you can be prohibited from concealed carry because you've been arrested or had a protection order but not convicted of anything? Is that right?

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    Partially. A court ordered restraining order prohibits you, conviction or not

    It’s not a prohibition on carry. It prohibits any possession
     

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    nuxbag

    Active Member
    Dec 15, 2018
    240
    Partially. A court ordered restraining order prohibits you, conviction or not

    It’s not a prohibition on carry. It prohibits any possession
    What that saying is subject so currently but not in the past.

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    swinokur

    In a State of Bliss
    Patriot Picket
    Apr 15, 2009
    55,327
    Westminster USA
    I’m not a lawyer, but if it’s expired you are no longer

    “Subject To”


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    nuxbag

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    Dec 15, 2018
    240
    Finally got everything done and can fill out the form but I don't know when I was hired at my job but it was more than 10 years ago and they're only asking for five. So my question is do I need the exact date? Or am I perjuring myself if the year is wrong

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    Phoenix_1295

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    Oct 6, 2010
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    Finally got everything done and can fill out the form but I don't know when I was hired at my job but it was more than 10 years ago and they're only asking for five. So my question is do I need the exact date? Or am I perjuring myself if the year is wrong

    Your employer would be able to tell you - it’s in your personnel record.

    (Thought everyone remembered that like their birthday. Remember mine after 40 years.)
     

    nuxbag

    Active Member
    Dec 15, 2018
    240
    Your employer would be able to tell you - it’s in your personnel record.

    (Thought everyone remembered that like their birthday. Remember mine after 40 years.)
    Nope, yeah I know that they know. I was just trying to get it submitted last night.

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    outrider58

    Eats Bacon Raw
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    Jul 29, 2014
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    Has anyone had your employer called or those of references?

    Thanks!
    No. They don't have the time nor personnel to do those investigations, given the flood of applications. It's more like buying a handgun with a 60 day wait.
     

    md123

    Ultimate Member
    Jul 29, 2011
    2,005
    This was a brilliant move by the lefties.

    Applicant references won’t want MSP (possibly) calling their employer. Not because they are criminals but rather law abiding and protective of their reputation.

    My circles generally work for rabid anti gun firms, so “it’s just a reference call for w&c” isn’t a great answer!

    I completed the 16 hours, shot 100% and may not get w&c after all.
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