Author Topic: Naughty rifles in MD  (Read 455 times)

Offline jmdavis

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Naughty rifles in MD
« on: January 14, 2014, 11:54:49 PM »
Something to be aware of if you shoot in MD.

I just found the following on the State Police site. I guess that the goal is to kill MD competition at least for anyone who didn't begin and own the rifle prior to Oct 1, 2013.
 
https://www.mdsp.org/Organization/SupportServicesBureau/LicensingDivision/MainLicensingPage/FAQ.aspx

Q. Can we travel to other states for competitions and return with our already owned banned firearms? Can someone come from another state, for competition in Maryland, with a banned rifle?
A: A Maryland resident who lawfully owned the firearm prior to October 1, 2013 may travel with the firearm to other states and return so long as it is not a violation in the state you are traveling to and the firearm is being transported in accordance with the law. A person may not transport an assault weapon into Maryland for target competition unless the person lawfully possesses, has a purchase order for, or applied to purchase the weapon before October 1, 2013. Federal law allows a person to transport a firearm through Maryland but not to Maryland if the firearm is not in compliance with state law.

Often there is an exception for competition, but not in this steaming pile. 
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