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Noise restrictions on local firing ranges in MD

Discussion in 'Legal' started by ApexinM3, Jun 21, 2006.

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  1. ApexinM3

    ApexinM3 Member

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    Hi all,
    Let me preface this by apologizing to the Mods if I place this in the wrong place, but I couldn't figure out where else to put it.

    I am considering joining up with the local gun club, Anne Arundel Fish & Game, located in Anne Arundel County, MD. My father has been a member there, as well as several other folkis I am close to. It is a great range with many fine people & I look forward to the opportunity to become a member.

    I have some reservations that I would like clarified, though. They have a restriction placed on them from a lawsuit brought on by one of the local neighbor anti-gunnies that limited the times center-fire can be fired. 10am-4pm Monday thru Friday, 10am-2pm on Saturday, & prohibited on Sunday. I may be wrong on the times exactly, but I'm pretty close.

    It is my understanding that the anti-gunnie moved out shortly after the case was decided in court (at a time when MD was even MORE hostile towards firearms than now).

    So the question is this: what is the process of removing this restriction? I ask because I work pretty much during all of the above hours, which leaves Sunday only. If/when I join, I'd like to be involved in the reversal of this decision, not to mention the MD Shall Issue program as well.

    Any advice/suggestions? As always, thanks in advance!
     
  2. K-Romulus

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    one idea

    Not knowing the relevant MD law, there is one idea that may be possible.

    If the range hours were set by a court order, you may be able to ask the court to reopen the case and amend the order, based on changed circumstances that now differ from whatever facts were relevant to the original court decision.

    I would think a court might consider it relevant that the plaintiff is no longer around to be "injured" by the range noise. But that's me.
     
  3. AJAX22

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    If the noise restriction just regulates centerfire ammunition, perhapse you should arange to host a nighttime civil war artillery reinactment, set off a few cannon at 10pm.
     
  4. ApexinM3

    ApexinM3 Member

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    Don't tempt me, I'm spiteful enough to consider that...:evil:
     
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