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Maryland gun permit process unconstitutional....will it change

Discussion in 'Gun-Control Issues' started by bigcountry31987, Mar 6, 2012.


  1. bigcountry31987

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    Apparently a judge ruled marylands permit process unconstitutional. If anyone here knows anything about this ruling please tell me is it going to change anything? I live in delaware right next to maryland and was thinking of moving there cause you can get alot more for your money, and it is a very nice place to live. I won't move there though because of its gun restrictions and u can basically never ever get a carry permit unless your a judges son or something.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/201...les-maryland-gun-permit-law-unconstitutional/

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  2. swinokur

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    It has been appealed to the 4th Circuit by the state. Our case is pretty strong but you can never tell. The ruling is attached.
     

  3. Deployment Solu

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    I'd like to see MD with reciprocity for my state. I drive around MD rather than through it because I don't want to give up my right to defend myself or be a criminal under their laws. !!!
     
  4. bigcountry31987

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    Alright so moving there is probably a bad idea then. How do I follow this appeal online?

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  5. MDLibertarian

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    You can follow the case on the Maryland Shall Issue website since they helped to fund the lawsuit with a grant from the Second Amendment Foundation.
     
  6. swinokur

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    You got it backwards. MSI gave the SAF 10k to help fund the lawsuit.
     
  7. TexasFats

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    This one will probably have to go all the way to the SCUSA before it is settled.
     
  8. MDLibertarian

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    Oops. My bad. Thanks for the correction. :wavey:

    I'm rather surprised an organization as small as MSI found $10K to provide to SAF. It may have come from a few large donors who could afford to provide the funds. :dunno:
     
  9. swinokur

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    Many folks contributed. MSI is getting ready to send another money bomb to SAF next week. They are sending all donations from March 5 to March 12 to SAF.

    Please donate if you can. The fight is far from over.

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