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Traveling to Maryland with a "Firearm"

Thread in 'Law & Order' started by Alex_V, Jun 12, 2018.

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    Going to travel from GA to MD (South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland). So, my understanding is that you can have long guns or shotguns with you in a car. But pistols/handguns are prohibited in MD. What about something like Shockwave, which is classified as a "Firearm"? Any insight on the legality of travel with one in car?
     
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    I carried a 1911, not saying that you should though. Everyone knows that a Colt isn't a real fighting gun, and won't work with the slightest amount of dust in the air. Probably would be better off with a slingshot, just watch youtube.
     
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    Even if you got an official answer from LE in MD, how would you know whether or not they knew what they were talking about?:mmph:
    It would take Government Officials (LE/ATF) days or weeks to determine that. I think they hire the most incompetent applicants. :wacko:
     
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    I'd be hesitant to enter Maryland with any firearm. You'll be a target for LEO anyway since you'll have out of State plates.
    Leave your hi-caps at home please. Nothing more than 10 rounds and NO so called "Assault Weapons."
     
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    https://mdcriminalattorney.net/maryland-gun-lawyer/transporting-firearms/

    I'm assuming this is current but it isn't gun friendly, that's for sure
     
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    This is sound advice. If it were not for a family matter, I would stay out of that craphole liberal state.
     
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    A Shockwave in Maryland?

    Have you never seen The Shawshank Redemption?
     
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    I may have got my states mixed up, I remember reading it though...

    Looks like open carry without a permit is legal in Virginia? And it looks like it's a reciprocal state as well.

    http://www.vsp.state.va.us/Firearms_Transporting.shtm
     
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