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    Well, it's nice sometimes to see someone wake up and find nirvana

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    When GOV.DOUG WILDER(DUMBACRAT) was in office,he put a limit on the number of handguns you could buy at 1 a month.Wish my wife would let me buy 1 a month How's Maryland with so called ASSUALT WEAPONS?? J.R.

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    "State law restricts the sale of a list of semiautomatic assault weapons and their copies. The sale of assault pistols is prohibited. The sale of other assault weapons requires a seven day waiting period. State law restricts the sale of rapid-fire ammunition magazines that hold more than 20 rounds."

    That's all I could find on the subject.

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    Mass and CA seem to be the worst gun states w/ all the gun restrictions, and lists of approved guns, etc.

    Glad to live here in TX.

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    Maryland is pretty crappy as well. You have to jump through so many hoops to get a handgun and are required to take an "approved" gun safety class to buy one. However, I can just go to Walmart and buy a 12 gauge shot gun no questions asked.

    it's funny though as its easy for criminals to get their hands on them and we are unable to protect ourselves from them.

    There was a shooting right across the street from my house about a month ago where a 20 year old shot a 15 year old. We are encountering a bit of a gang problem lately. I'd like to feel safe.

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    Well, the cities and states w/ the strongest gun laws and with the death penalty tend to have more crime than the ones w/o this.. Go figure...

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    Well I had my first class last night. We just went over all the basics of a gun and safety procedures.

    Some of the people in the class should be nowhere near a gun. We were given unloaded guns to pick up off a table and they wanted us to practice cocking and checking the chamber and practice keeping it pointed down range. One guy just layed the gun on the table aimed right at me. I'll be sure to be nowhere near him next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sje0123
    Maryland is pretty crappy as well. You have to jump through so many hoops to get a handgun and are required to take an "approved" gun safety class to buy one. However, I can just go to Walmart and buy a 12 gauge shot gun no questions asked.

    it's funny though as its easy for criminals to get their hands on them and we are unable to protect ourselves from them.

    There was a shooting right across the street from my house about a month ago where a 20 year old shot a 15 year old. We are encountering a bit of a gang problem lately. I'd like to feel safe.
    Sounds like your enjoying the hunt! Keep us posted on your progress, and yes, duck away from the guys that don't pay attention.

    BTW: The Wal-Mart Shotgun might be a good choice for immediate home protection. Nothing beats the sound of a shotgun shell being racked into the chamber.

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