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  1. #111
    I should also add that the Trooper that I spoke with said that he does think that it will be a long battle, but he thinks MD will be forced to change its requirements. No matter how you look at it, it is unconstitutional to require someone to have a reason to carry when the second amendment gives him the right to carry without needing a reason.

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    just got the call, I go for my interview with MSP 5/7

  4. CCW question

    can anyone leave me some info as to what amounts to "good and substantial" for the state of Maryland?

  5. #114
    You need to have proof of threats, assaults, armed robberies, etc. that have happened to you. You need to have documents that support your claims like police reports, court documents, notarized witness statements that will back up your claims of a good and substantial reason. If you are a Doctor, Lawyer or some highly educated professional or if your job requires you to make deposits of large amounts of money you have a good and substantial reason. I had to do it the hard way and get assaulted with a deadly weapon by a neighbors-dirt ball-convict boyfriend who then, along with his brother, threatened me outside of the court house right after we went to court. They did this in front of 2 of my neighbors, my Lawyer, and my wife. I then was stalked by the brother and that is when I decided to get everything together that I needed to apply. This is the hassle that MD residents have to go through to just be considered for a MD permit. It has been almost 2 months since my application was submitted and has been almost 4 weeks since I went for my interview with MSP. They say it can take up to 90 days. After all this I give myself a 50/50 chance at actually getting a MD CCP.

  6. #115
    I also applied for and received a Utah-CCP at the same time I applied for the MD-CCP. The Utah application took 5 weeks and my permit was issued simply after having an FBI fingerprint/background check that confirmed that I am a law abiding US citizen. I also had just purchased a Glock 26 and had to file the ATF forms and they also believed that I am a decent law abiding citizen that can legally own a handgun. So...if MD turns me down it will have to be because the MSP has decided that they do not think that I was injured severely enough or that the threats of bodily harm made to me were not serious enough.

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    1. Large cash deposits
    2. Dr. who carries drugs and/or prescription pads
    3. Documented threats

    Even this is sometimes not enough. It is more of a case of how well connected you are. A Federal judge has struck down MD's G & S portion of the handgun law. We are currently under a temporary stay of the order which will probably be lifted in early June after the Judge receives briefs on it after May 23rd. The state has appealed the District Court ruling to the 4th CA in Richmond. That will probably be another 6-8 months.

    If the District Court Judge lifts the stay in June, MD will not be able to use G & S to deny permits, even while they ask for another stay from the 4 CA. I think we have a better than even chance that neither court will continue the stay after it's decided in June at the District Court level.

    This is all conjecture and opinion from my following all this. Go to Maryland Shooters for all the info on what's happening

    IANAL

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    Quote Originally Posted by brian b View Post
    can anyone leave me some info as to what amounts to "good and substantial" for the state of Maryland?
    Oddly enough--and I heard this myself from the mouths of the higher-ups in the Licensing Division--nothing is codified, but they "know it when they see it"

    Amazing stuff.

  9. ccw in Md

    Thanks for all the info . Now I guess I will never get ccp here . I would like to know why you must become a victome before I can legally
    carry in this state

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr H View Post
    Oddly enough--and I heard this myself from the mouths of the higher-ups in the Licensing Division--nothing is codified, but they "know it when they see it"

    Amazing stuff.
    Like porn? At least that was the standard for the "Supremes"

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    Quote Originally Posted by brian b View Post
    Thanks for all the info . Now I guess I will never get ccp here . I would like to know why you must become a victome before I can legally
    carry in this state
    The MSP like it that way. They do not trust the average citizen. Just stating the obvious. Sorry.

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