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    If an individual has a legit pot card, can he turn it in and reacquire his gun rights?

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    Asking for a friend?
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    My pain Dr tried to go with medical mj. I refused. Hexsdked why. I said I'm a gun guy. Ecsays yeah so. I said even though it's legal in the state is is not federal. He said you just stop buying until the card is expired then buy your guns before renewing the card.

    I said no thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bug View Post
    If an individual has a legit pot card, can he turn it in and reacquire his gun rights?

    I have a friend who got the card and never had the script filled. He said he changed his mind about the whole thing. According to him, he cant buy a firearm until it expires. Since he seems to have a firm grasp on that side of things. It would appear he was advised (or self educated) of the law prior to receiving his card. So tell your friend to stick that in his pipe and smoke it, or vape it, or eat it YMMV IANAL.
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    When my stepson landlord got his card, the Northampton County Sheriff's Dept came and got his license to carry. He kept his guns, but couldn't keep his LTCF.
    I just like to pop in every now and then to see what nancyinpa has for sale.

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    I qualify for the card on so many levels yet I'm not willing to trust the government, are you?

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    Gun rights were never meant to be lost, unless one is incarcerated, or dead.

    This was the intent of our founding fathers. IANAL, so YMMV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun View Post
    Gun rights were never meant to be lost, unless one is incarcerated, or dead.

    This was the intent of our founding fathers. IANAL, so YMMV.
    Not true. FF's approved of execution, you don't get your life back after that. If you can be executed, you can lose all lessor rights for life as well. They even spelled it out in the 5th Amendment.



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    Quote Originally Posted by knight0334 View Post
    Not true. FF's approved of execution, you don't get your life back after that. If you can be executed, you can lose all lessor rights for life as well. They even spelled it out in the 5th Amendment.
    If you are to be executed, you are going to be incarcerated.
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    The wife's two friends both got their HQLs this week in Maryland and want to buy handguns. I don't know much about the gun laws in the DPRMD, but from what I understand the HQL is a license that the state issues you to allow you to just buy a handgun. The thing is, one of them has her state issued medical reefer card as well. The question was brought up if she can buy a handgun or not. My whole thing is, why would the state go to the trouble to issue an HQL to a medical reefer card holder if they were just going to deny them anyway? Or the two agencies probably don't keep track of any of that. I work for the government and I can tell you the latter is probably more likely. Sorry to hijack the OPs question.

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