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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Maryland license to carry

    Fridays permit application number was 165xx, today My friend applied, he is 192xx. Yea for freedom..

    Nobody

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOBODY View Post
    Fridays permit application number was 165xx, today My friend applied, he is 192xx. Yea for freedom..

    Nobody
    Good luck, keep us posted.

  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by jthrelf View Post
    Good luck, keep us posted.
    i don't need it, i have been carrying in thepeople's republic for 10+ years. Good luck to him though.

    Nobody

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOBODY View Post
    i don't need it, i have been carrying in thepeople's republic for 10+ years. Good luck to him though.

    Nobody
    Ah gotcha, thought you meant you both applied. Well keep us posted on your friend.

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOBODY View Post
    Fridays permit application number was 165xx, today My friend applied, he is 192xx. Yea for freedom..

    Nobody
    Just imagine how long it will take for them to do face-to-face interviews with that many applicants. I just dont see it happening, something will have to give.
    I'm waiting to see how this plays out before I give up my personal info and my spouses and friends info to Maryland.
    The Hostler

  6. #16
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    age: 60 Dillsburg, Pennsylvania
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    Default Re: Maryland license to carry

    I'd love to have one ...jus because. I'm not jumping through their hoops tho. About a month ago, I was goat roped into a wine tour led by in-laws for my daughter's birthday. I was designated driver. Right before pulling out, the first destination, unbeknownst to me prior to that moment, was a winery in MD. Now already late, I had to disarm and grumble. Not because of the law, but because of the consequences of being "caught". Any time I go to my friends house in Emmitsburg or my Dad's place in Hampstead I let the PROM take over my personal safety. They're doing a great job so far. It's fucking ridiculous.

  7. #17
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    Default Re: Maryland license to carry

    Quote Originally Posted by mosseater View Post
    I'd love to have one ...jus because. I'm not jumping through their hoops tho. About a month ago, I was goat roped into a wine tour led by in-laws for my daughter's birthday. I was designated driver. Right before pulling out, the first destination, unbeknownst to me prior to that moment, was a winery in MD. Now already late, I had to disarm and grumble. Not because of the law, but because of the consequences of being "caught". Any time I go to my friends house in Emmitsburg or my Dad's place in Hampstead I let the PROM take over my personal safety. They're doing a great job so far. It's fucking ridiculous.
    This guy gets it!

    I am 2 miles from the border. There are several places I like to go in Maryland (near the MD border the state isn't so bad. People are good.)

    But if I am out and about and we want to jump over the line to a MD store or something....nope. Gotta go home first. More often than not I just say "screw it" and just opt not to go to MD.

    So actually their stupid gun laws cost MD money.

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaceballs View Post
    .... So actually their stupid gun laws cost MD money.
    If it saves just one life...

  9. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaceballs View Post
    More often than not I just say "screw it" and just opt not to go to MD.

    So actually their stupid gun laws cost MD money.
    You're not alone, Spaceballs. I avoided attending an event in Friendsville just last month (one at which my wife & I spent plenty of money, last year). We spend plenty of time & money in West Virginia, but you have to give me a very compelling reason to travel to the PROM.
    The Bosun

  10. #20
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    Default Re: Maryland license to carry

    Good and substantial is finally dead!

    *Governor Hogan Directs Maryland State Police to Suspend *Good and Substantial Reason* Standard For Wear and Carry Permits*

    https://governor.maryland.gov/2022/0...carry-permits/

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