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Am I the only Maryland member? Probably because our gun laws super restrictive.:smt022
You are not the only one! Not so merry here after all, huh? Crime rates are on the rise along with gun restrictions. Makes it hard for anyone to wanna stay around here. The mountains in VA are starting to appeal to me more and more. Hang in there buddy. You are not alone!
 

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Good to see another MD member. Where in MD are you?

3-5 yrs from now I will be selling my home and moving from MD. Probably out west.
 

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Hey i might be moving to MD and I am looking at buying a handgun how hard is it to buy one and how bad are the rules there. I am trying to decide between moving to MD or Virginia. Thanks for any info you could provide
 

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It's not bad buying a gun in Maryland, but if I had choice to move in either state. Virginia would be my choice. Gun laws are better.:smt023
 

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i'm glad i bought my gun while i'm here in WV at school, heard its much smoother than MD. i'll be moving back to good ole' anne arundel county in may, hopefully starting an internship somewhere local to that.
 

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New member here from California, Maryland, located in Saint Mary's County in southern Maryland. As far as gun laws go here in Maryland, I can tolerate the handgun and assault rifle laws, but I wish we had a "shall issue" law for CCW.
 

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With regards to buying a "regulated firearm" (handgun or "assault weapon")in Maryland, check out the new requirements for a mental health check here http://www.myguns.net/ . Think carefully - I can see bad things in your future if the MSP denies your purchase. Just my 2 cents. If I were thinking of buying a handgun, I would do so before moving to Maryland. If I had a choice between VA and MD, I would pick VA regardless of the traffic. 5 years and I'm outta here.

For a range in southern MD, here's our club's website: http://www.stcharlessc.com/ .
 

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rfawcs Hey i saw your website for the range you go to..is there other ways to get a sponsor for the range...I am looking for other places to go beside's MSAR. Thanks for any info you can provide.
 

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Yeah, Carroll county here. Burbs of Baltimore.
 

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We are NOT alone

Looks like there's quite a few of us here. I'm living in AA county
now but am originally from Bel Air.
 

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Socialist Town of Columbia MD

I spent 2 horrible years in Columbia MD, over regulated, unfriendly people. Over all, bad place to live. I ma very happy in Texas Now. I feel bad for all in MD that cannot leave.
 

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Cecil County

I'm from Cecil County. The gun laws aren't completely awful. Although there is the new medical record check that can quickly go bad. You can't get a permit unless you have had multiple verifible death threats made against you or you hold some jobs. Some people that get them have time of day restrictions put on them or circumstance restriction. I would definitly go to VA. I'm only about a mile from PA and hope to move there someday. I don't understand people choosing a nanny state.
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i too am from Columbia. I just found out the other day that even bb guns are illegal to own here in Columbia!! I can't even go out to my back yard and do some soda can plinking with my GAMO without being arrested, paying a fine and having my bb gun confiscated!! I SOOOOOO cannot wait to move outta this state back to good 'ol PA.
 
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