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Maryland compliant SIG

Discussion in 'Maryland/D. C. Glockers' started by f.2, May 6, 2008.

  1. f.2

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    Greetings. I found a source for new old stock SIG P245, discontinued compact .45 ACP. I wanted to know what Maryland compliant means? Does it mean that the handgun comes with an envelope with 2 fired cases?

    I also heard that the new MD compliant have a new lock?

    Does Maryland compliant ever mean internal handgun safeties or other mechanical special features?
     
  2. JMS

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    It has to be on the Maryland Handgun Roster.
     


  3. Ahmid

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    It means get the H%*L out of Maryland.
     
  4. The MD State Patrol website has a link to a drop down menu of what models of handguns are allowed.

    Most everything is legal (carrying restrictions do apply though), except mac 10's, tec 9's and other machine pistols, but check the site to be sure.