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Maryland: "Gun Dealers Preparing For New Trigger-Lock Law"

Discussion in 'Legal' started by cuchulainn, Dec 27, 2002.

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  1. cuchulainn

    cuchulainn Member

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    Since I'm not really into handguns, I need to ask a stupid question: does this relate only to new handguns, or are used handguns effected as well?


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    They can't be too upset based on the prices they were charging at the gun show I went to last Saturday. Definitely no inventories were seriously reduced by the lack of buying I saw. MY FFL figures that there is about 2-3 years worth of inventory around before the new law has any affect on purchases. Hopefully this is one of the laws the Gov. elect Erlich will consider useless and try to have changed.
     
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    This will only apply to pistols manufactured after January 1st,2003. Anything sitting on the shelves as of December 31st,2002 and for sometime afterward will be good to go.
    And yeah, I hope our new gov.elect will do something about Marylands asinine gun laws. Lets hope.
     
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