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  • remrug

    Active Member
    Mar 13, 2009
    1,204
    manchester md
    If you had a carry permit,would it be legal to go hunting and drive home without unloading your gun?
     

    cyberalex

    Junior Member
    MDS Supporter
    Jul 29, 2022
    69
    Federalsburg, Maryland
    Also, to my knowledge, there is no permit system for long guns, but you do have to exercise caution when doing so because it is illegal to carry any firearm on or within a certain distance of the premises of so-called "sensitive places" They include schools, day care facilities, hospitals, government buildings like court houses and post offices, and state and federal parks. Otherwise, you can legally carry a long gun.
     

    smokey0118

    2A TEACHER
    Jan 31, 2008
    28,596
    That's the great thing about stabilizing braces... hunt with a 16" 300 blk upper, then when you're back at your car toss on a sba4 and a 9" 300blk upper. You now are transporting a handgun that you're permitted to have in the car with you.
     

    cyberalex

    Junior Member
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    Jul 29, 2022
    69
    Federalsburg, Maryland

    BurkeM

    Member
    MDS Supporter
    Jan 8, 2014
    533
    Baltimore
    @remrug No. The firearm has to be unloaded, as it states, "Inside a vehicle, the gun should be in a compartment separate from the driver's compartment while also separating the firearm and ammunition. It should be in a locked container and it should not be in the glove compartment or console." (Okin, S, n.d., Legally Transporting A Firearm).
    That’s what the AG said.

    How would you put a rifle or shotgun in the glove box or console?

    With a handgun permit, keep your handgun in the holster and it’s legal.
     

    Mr. Anderson

    Junior Member
    May 22, 2022
    24
    Severna park
    You can’t have Shells/cartridges in your shotgun/rifle at any point if it is going to be in the vehicle. On the vehicle. Touching the vehicle. This is DNR regulations.
    This goes for Private and Public property
     

    dannyp

    Member
    MDS Supporter
    Oct 30, 2018
    843
    You can’t have Shells/cartridges in your shotgun/rifle at any point if it is going to be in the vehicle. On the vehicle. Touching the vehicle. This is DNR regulations.
    This goes for Private and Public property
    this is correct , dnr lurks on state land to write tickets for this .
     

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