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  1. "Federal judge lifts stay on gun permit ruling in Maryland

    By Associated Press, Published: July 24AP
    BALTIMORE — A federal judge has lifted a stay on his ruling that a portion of Maryland’s gun permit law is unconstitutional.

    U.S. District Judge Benson Legg’s decision late Monday means that in two weeks Maryland residents will be able to carry handguns without having to show a “good and substantial reason.”

    After a review, Legg found that the state has not established that the public interest weighs in favor of a stay.

    The Maryland attorney general’s office has filed a notice on plans to appeal the March ruling.

    The case was brought by the Second Amendment Foundation in 2010."


    Now, the question is if their reciprocity and recognition regulations will ever change too!

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  3. #142
    Quote Originally Posted by Craigzy1 View Post
    I just mailed my application to MSP on Monday morning. I had not heard about the Fed judge ruling yet.
    I actually had all the documents to back up my "good and substantial reason", but seems that I really did not need it. I will keep you posted on the outcome. Probably will not know until summer.
    Did you get yours? I applied and was "denied" with no reason given. I have sent my appeal letter . . . we will see what happens.

  4. #143
    Quote Originally Posted by Farmhood View Post
    OK it finally came. what a long project. My CCP came in the mail today with some minor restrictions but this is good. So I applied on 4/23
    had my interview on 5/7 then in my hand on 6/16. The next hurdle for Maryland is to become a shall issue state then the renewal will be much different.
    I applied for mine but was "denied" without reason. I have sent my appeal letter . . . now it's wait and see.
    Did your appeal take a long time? What were your reasons you gave?

  5. #144
    Hire a security or training type firm to certify your ability and requirements met. Provide documentation.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by a-delgado View Post
    "Federal judge lifts stay on gun permit ruling in Maryland

    By Associated Press, Published: July 24AP
    BALTIMORE — A federal judge has lifted a stay on his ruling that a portion of Maryland’s gun permit law is unconstitutional.

    U.S. District Judge Benson Legg’s decision late Monday means that in two weeks Maryland residents will be able to carry handguns without having to show a “good and substantial reason.”

    After a review, Legg found that the state has not established that the public interest weighs in favor of a stay.

    The Maryland attorney general’s office has filed a notice on plans to appeal the March ruling.

    The case was brought by the Second Amendment Foundation in 2010."


    Now, the question is if their reciprocity and recognition regulations will ever change too!
    any updates on this???

  7. #146
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    4CA overturned Legg's ruling. SAF filed for CERT with SCOTUS. Denied. Our only hope is a circuit split elsewhere so another appeal might force SCOTUS to grant cert issue a ruling that would cover everyone. Not holding my breath.

  8. #147
    I'm a Maryland resident with Non Resident CCW from Utah, Virginia and Florida. Can I get a non resident PA permit or is it overkill with the other three that I have? Thanks

  9. #148
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    PA will not issue a permit unless you have a home state permit first. You can still carry on your UT NR permit however.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Harvey Milktoast View Post
    I wonder how long it will take for the criminally pre-disposed to realize that the safest place to apply their trade is the "almost non-issue" states such as Maryland and New Jersey? I feel like we are being corralled into a “soft underbelly” for criminals. Are there any statistics gurus out there who might uncover such a trend? Do certain types of crimes decrease in states where CCW permits are more likely to be issued? Do they increase in states where they are not?
    Check out the book "More Guns, Less Crime" (John Lott, author IIRC). It presents a study of crime rates in 3,000 US Counties, with the DATE OF "EXPANDED" CCW used as a "watershed" event. Dull read unless you're into statstics, but presents a fairly compelling case.

  11. #150
    Maryland does not currently recognize any other states CCW permit, so getting a Pa. permit would be useless. I say check the states you already have coverage for and what you would pickup on a Pa. N/R permit. Is it worth it? I have a De. and Pa. permit, yes it is worth it for me.

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