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  • thomfantomas

    Crna Ovca
    Feb 15, 2013
    8,290
    Дундак ex Florida Keys
    I'm confused if i need to bear a bore lock for my purchase when the double negative is emailed to me?

    It has a thumb safety!

    Cable locks are inefficient yea?
     
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    Johnny5k

    Member
    Nov 24, 2020
    779
    I believe there was only 1 or 2 locks allowed, (the bore lock type) but the manufacturer had an issue and supply went to nil. I believe it was the handgun review board that got other more standard style locks to be accepted, but I am not sure about that.
     

    thomfantomas

    Crna Ovca
    Feb 15, 2013
    8,290
    Дундак ex Florida Keys
    I believe there was only 1 or 2 locks allowed, (the bore lock type) but the manufacturer had an issue and supply went to nil. I believe it was the handgun review board that got other more standard style locks to be accepted, but I am not sure about that.
    I'm not sure either and the ffl will coerce me into buying their overpriced bore locks for their profit!

    The whole scheme is büllshit.
     

    rseymorejr

    Active Member
    MDS Supporter
    Feb 28, 2011
    22,438
    Harford County
    I'm not sure either and the ffl will coerce me into buying their overpriced bore locks for their profit!

    The whole scheme is büllshit.
    I've bought 3 new handguns since last November and nobody ever mentioned a lock. There used to be an old thread here where members would lend/ borrow those cable locks as needed. Haven't heard anybody talk about the in a long time.
     

    Nosce Hostem

    Member
    MDS Supporter
    Aug 26, 2016
    276
    Northern Balt. County, MD
    Ask how many here have had to have a bore lock in the last 4 months or so.

    This for sure. I bought a Glock earlier this year and just picked up my new Sig last week and neither came with any type of lock. Two different FFLs, both really large dealers, and wasn’t a deal at all.

    The FFL that I bought the Sig from had provided one on a handgun I purchased back in 2016, but don’t seem to be worrying about it now.
     

    rbird7282

    Active Member
    MDS Supporter
    Dec 6, 2012
    14,603
    This is still current law. See (c)(1) and (c)(2)

    MD Code, Public Safety, § 5-132
    I believe that within the last year or so MSP said it didn't have to be a bore lock anymore and that a cable lock would suffice. I didn't need a bore lock for my last handgun purchase in Dec 2021

    Approved Safety Devices PS§ 5-132(c)(2)
    The Maryland Handgun Roster Board has found that the following devices, when installed in an approved handgun, satisfies Maryland Law, Public Safety §5-132(c)(2). Due to insufficient production of traditional Integrated Mechanical Safety Devices, the list may include alternative devices such as cable locks and trigger locks.
    3 Second Lock
    Bersa Lock (Firestorm)
    Bersa Lock (Thunder)
    Birotech, Inc. - Cable Lock Complete and Base [approved 09/08/2021] Bond Arms Derringer Lock (not the "Allen Key" version)
    Borelock D-31
    Charter 2000
    Chiappa Firearm Key Lock
    Cimarron-Aldo Uberti System for SAA
    Firearm Safety Devices Corporation (FSDC)
    •  FSDC-LL675RKD Lever Action Lock Family [approved 09/08/2021]
    •  FSDC-CL1010 [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-CL1020 [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-CL1560 [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-CL1070 KEYED Cable Lock Family [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-CL1725 COMBINATION Cable Lock Family [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-CL1996 [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-TL4379 COMBINATION Trigger Lock Family [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-TL4167 [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-TL4853 [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-LHL3933 Lever Hammer Lock Family [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-TL3005 [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-TL3045 [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-TL3050 [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-TL3095 [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-TL3860 Polymer Trigger Lock Family [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-TL3890 [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-RTL06 Trigger Lock [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-RLL332 Lever Action Lock-out system [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  FSDC-M2007 [approved 06/09/2021]
      Franzen BoreLock
      Ghost, Inc. (for Glocks only)
      Glock's Lock (device that went into the magazine well and kept the gun from being loaded and fired)
      GSI Internal Gunlock
      Gunblocker (for handguns)
      Gunblocker (for AR-15) style handguns
      Heckler & Koch System
      Interbore Gun Lock
      Omega Safety Systems, Inc. - Internal Chamber Block (9 mm, 40 S&W, and 45 ACP) [approved 09/08/2021]
      Omega Gunlock (for revolvers)
      Omega Gunlock (for semiautomatics)
      Omega Gunlock (12 Gauge Pump & Auto Shotgun Lock)
      Omega Gunlock (12 Gauge Over/Under Shotgun Lock)
      Regal Industrial Sales, Inc. (Regal)
    •  M2006 Trigger Lock [approved 09/08/2021]
    •  M2007 – Trigger Lock [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  M2018 KEYED Trigger Lock Family [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  MFC20 – Padlock and Clamp [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  R10SC3 KEYED Cable Lock [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  R11SC3 KEYED Cable Lock [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  RX11SC KEYED Cable Lock [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  R15SC3 KEYED Cable Lock Family [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  Regal R15SC3P [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  Regal - R38LASC3 KEYED Cable Lock Family [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  REGAL - RTL4167 COMBINATION Trigger Lock Family [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  RTL3890 Polymer Trigger Lock Family [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  RTL3860 [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  RTL06 – Trigger Lock [approved 06/09/2021]
    •  RLL332 – Lever Action Lock-out system [approved 06/09/2021]
      Saf-T-Trigger by Saf-T-Hammer
      Savage Mountain Firearms, LLC - Chamber to Muzzle, flexible, internal, gun barrel lock (Pistol, Rifle, and Shotgun lock) [approved 09/08/2021]
      Sig Arms (only on model 229 at this time)
      Sig Sauer Lock (for semi-automatic pistols)
      Smith & Wesson Lock
      Smith & Wesson Integrated Lock (for semi-automatic pistols)
      Springfield Armory, Integral Locking System
      Steyr Integrated Limited Access Device
      Strahan Firing Pin Lock
      Sturm Ruger Key Lock
      Swiss Safety by Aldo Uberti
      Taurus Systems (separate systems for revolvers and semi-automatics)
      VisuaLock
      Walther 22
      Last Updated: September 8, 2021
     
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    jrumann59

    DILLIGAF
    MDS Supporter
    Feb 17, 2011
    12,470
    to the OP if you have one in the caliber you are getting take it with you just in case. My Sig P320 M17 shop I bought it from said it has a pad lock you are good to go. But in MD and local gun shops you never know.
     

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