April 21, 2006, 05:46 PM
I currently reside in Pennsylvania and have a Pennsylvania resident CCW. I have 3 scenarios (inquiries):
1) Pennsylvania resident; work in Maryland...any reciprocacy? Special waivers granted?
2) Pennsylvania resident with Pennsylvania CCW; work and relocate to Maryland; become Maryland resident...is Maryland a CCW shall-issue state? Easier to attain if already issued one from another state?
3) Smith & Wesson 642-2 with Integrated Lock~~is this a legal firearm to own in Maryland?
April 21, 2006, 05:56 PM
Packing.org is your friend.
MD is not shall issue. No they do not have reciprocity with PA. I don't think your PA license will affect the liklihood of getting a CCW in MD.
Not sure about the specific gun question.
April 21, 2006, 06:00 PM
I don't think MD accepts anyone else's permit and getting one is very, very, difficult. Even if you get one it doesn't let you carry except for the instances that you request it of (ie, late night deposits for a business owner).
Best option really is to stay out of MD if at all possible.
Packing.org may have some info and I'm sure some of the other people stuck in MD will chime in soon.
April 21, 2006, 07:54 PM
just checked my gun travelers guide,and maryland is a big fat no.:barf:
if your bring your hand in gun into this commie maggot state:mad:
it must be unloaded cased and locked.but thats not all,you can only have
that hand gun with you if you are going to a recognized gun event or just passing through.if your just going to work don't bring that gun with you.
we really need to stop giving an inch,because they never do.
April 21, 2006, 08:21 PM
1) Proprietor of a cash businesses or business that deals with high theft property (jewelery and pawn stores), body guards, regularly receive CCWs, but they can only CCW during the course of regular business. If a mere commoner can show "good and substantial" cause for needing a CCW - 3 to 4 documented and investigated death threats - one might be issued.
2) Moving to Maryland for the possibility of receiving a CCW permit, makes as much sense as: dousing yourself in gasoline, playing with matches, and hoping to receive a good tan.
3) Internal locks have nothing to do with lawful possession, if your handgun is on the Handgun Board Roster you can have it in Maryland. If it is not on the list, it's illegal to have in the state. http://www.mdsp.org/services/handgun.asp
April 21, 2006, 08:23 PM
I don't think it's illegal to have non listed guns in the state if it's not on the list. You just can't sell it or buy it here.
However, I certainly may be confused.