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Maryland: "A large-caliber fund-raiser"

Discussion in 'Legal' started by cuchulainn, Aug 27, 2003.

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  1. cuchulainn

    cuchulainn Member

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    Looking for a cow that Queen Meadhbh stole
    from the Baltimore Sun

    http://www.sunspot.net/news/local/bal-te.md.raffle27aug27,0,149534.story?coll=bal-home-headlines
     
  2. Gunfyter

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    I bought my calendar at an ox roast. Great fundraiser and a good chance to win a gun. :D
     
  3. greyhound

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    But wait, I thought they only wanted bans on handguns and "assault rifles", not hunting guns. I'm confused.

    Oh wait, maybe these types of groups really do want to ban all guns, and its the career politicians who assure us that hunting rifles are safe.

    Hey, notice how "CeaseFire Maryland" sounds like a "turn 'em all in, Mr. and Mrs. America" group, while "Marylanders Against Handgun Abuse" sounds kinda like a safety organization!
     
  4. anapex

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    Anyone know any place close to Anne Arundel County where they are selling these? I'd like to pick one up. On a side note the anti-gunner is from Montgomery County, and that says more than enough about her stance on guns.
     
  5. Gunfyter

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    They sell them here where I work in Frederick. If you really want one, PM me and we'll try and work something out.
     
  6. TheEgg

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    :barf: :barf: :barf:

    So, the only "legal" guns are guns used for hunting

    :barf: :barf: :barf:
     
  7. cpileri

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    define your own terms, again

    Sure, but hunting for what?
    Today I am hunting for pieces of paper with bullseyes on them.
    Now, I'm hunting for a bag of chips at Super Fresh.
    Hunting for gasoline? jogging to a place to go hunt? working so I have the money to go hunting? hunting politicians? skunks? snakes?

    Sorry, those last 3 were redundant.
    C-
     
  8. Standing Wolf

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    Wrong. The excess is leftist stupidity, not firearms.
     
  9. Fly320s

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    So, can us non-Marylanders buy a ticket?

    Do they have a mail-in process or is it limited in-person buying?
     
  10. Gunfyter

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    I just talked with the girl here in the office and she will verify that they can be sold out of state. AFAIK, if you win, the prize will have to go thru a FFL dealer in your home town. Check back on Tuesday and I should have an exact answer by then.
     
  11. Gunfyter

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    Ok, I have checked and the calendars can be sold to anyone who wants one. Just remember that if you win, it will go thru an FFL dealer. Anyone interested, PM me and I'll get you pointed in the right direction.
     
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