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Posted: 5/4/2015 11:26:47 AM EDT
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:28:20 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/4/2015 11:31:28 AM EDT by Foxxz]
How about that waiting period? Also good luck getting a carry permit in MD. Do they even recognize your place of business as a place you can carry it?
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:31:50 AM EDT
"A gun for what?!?!? To shoot a misunderstood yute?" You surely jest......
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:35:29 AM EDT
Kinda late to the party pal.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:35:55 AM EDT
Screen name?
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:38:26 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/4/2015 11:39:06 AM EDT by phoen1x]
Best thing you can do is take the insurance money. tell you land lord your out of business, (and no you will not be paying anything more until he refurbs the building) and move you business to an area that won't burn you out.

Listen to the tears.


Profit, probably making more money with people who won't blame you for anything.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:38:36 AM EDT
It might be better to relocate his business to a more civilized location.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:41:17 AM EDT
Good.

That's the "lesson" people should be taking away from all this nonsense. At the end of the day there is no one else responsible for keeping you and your safe. It's your job, and it behooves you to acquire the know-how and equipment to at least do a passable job of it.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:41:40 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By America-first:
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and buy a gun.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:41:47 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By America-first:
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Food Desert creator!
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:42:27 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By AgeOne:


and buy a gun.
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Originally Posted By AgeOne:
Originally Posted By America-first:
It might be better to relocate his business to a more civilized location.


and buy a gun.


Yes, of course.

But he needs to relocate to where teens won't try to incinerate him for shits and giggles and where he can obtain a firearm for his protections without all the crap he will need to go through in Baltimore in order to legally arm himself.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:44:18 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Miles_Urbanus:


Food Desert creator!
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Originally Posted By Miles_Urbanus:
Originally Posted By America-first:
It might be better to relocate his business to a more civilized location.


Food Desert creator!


Yesterday I heard that about 200 businesses were burned. I can't verify that number and it is high compared to the news coverage I saw.

Sure the CVS and a possible vacant building and/pr a almost finished retirement home burned, but that is about all that I heard about.

Caveat: I may have misunderstood the 200 businesses report. Maybe they were damaged and not necessarily burned.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:44:54 AM EDT
Only excuse for not owning a gun is not being legally old enough. Shame on that man. Too little too late.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:45:11 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By AgeOne:
Originally Posted By America-first:
It might be better to relocate his business to a more civilized location.


and buy a gun.




he will continue to vote wrong no matter what
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:45:48 AM EDT
When we had a big riot here years ago, an employee stuck in one of those Old Timey Photo places successfully warded off looters using a prop coach gun.

Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:51:29 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Foxxz:
How about that waiting period? Also good luck getting a carry permit in MD. Do they even recognize your place of business as a place you can carry it?
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Unless the laws there have changed dramatically in the last year,

No waiting period for a shotgun. The new pistol laws, however, are bullshit.

No carry permit, for sure, but there's no permit required for a long gun. It's even (or was, not too long ago) legal to carry one openly, but expect attention from the local gendarmes. Carrying loaded in a vehicle is a game law violation.

Yes, your place of business is a legal place to carry a pistol, but transporting it there daily requires the separate locked box thing.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:52:43 AM EDT
Can't he own and keep a gun in his store in Baltimore?
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:55:39 AM EDT
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Some people gotta take a punch before they open their eyes. In his case it took a hell of a punch. Better late than never.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 11:56:23 AM EDT
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Absolutely. But he may not want to leave it there for a number of reasons.

The immediate problem is the new Handgun Qualification License required there, and the cost and time to obtain it.

Or he could find a C&R gun and be exempt from that part of it, anyway.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:19:57 PM EDT
Not with a magazine capacity of greater than 10.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:22:38 PM EDT
I'm not a fan of Mossberg but he should get one of these.



It is affordable, does the job, and easier to get than a pistol in Maryland. He should have one in his store and home. As for his car.... he should jumo through the hoops has best as he can and get a handgun.

But since he probably spends the majority of his time at his business and home... a Maverick 88 Security should work for him.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:23:41 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By tomrocks21212:


Absolutely. But he may not want to leave it there for a number of reasons.

The immediate problem is the new Handgun Qualification License required there, and the cost and time to obtain it.

Or he could find a C&R gun and be exempt from that part of it, anyway.
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Originally Posted By tomrocks21212:
Originally Posted By 4v50:
Can't he own and keep a gun in his store in Baltimore?


Absolutely. But he may not want to leave it there for a number of reasons.

The immediate problem is the new Handgun Qualification License required there, and the cost and time to obtain it.

Or he could find a C&R gun and be exempt from that part of it, anyway.



That is true.

A weird "loophole" in Maryland law lets you not only "keep" a handgun at a business you own, but you can "carry" on the property.

In his case though, its striclty within the pizza shop. Take one step outside and you can be arrested.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:25:24 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By X-CaptHook:
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You can absolutely have a magazine capacity greater than 10 in Maryland. You just have to purchase the mag outside of Maryland and physically bring it into Maryland yourself. You can't have it mailed here and you can't received it in Maryland. It's fine to receive the mag out of state and bring it with you back to Maryland.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:29:31 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Dominion21:



That is true.

A weird "loophole" in Maryland law lets you not only "keep" a handgun at a business you own, but you can "carry" on the property.

In his case though, its striclty within the pizza shop. Take one step outside and you can be arrested.
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Originally Posted By Dominion21:
Originally Posted By tomrocks21212:
Originally Posted By 4v50:
Can't he own and keep a gun in his store in Baltimore?


Absolutely. But he may not want to leave it there for a number of reasons.

The immediate problem is the new Handgun Qualification License required there, and the cost and time to obtain it.

Or he could find a C&R gun and be exempt from that part of it, anyway.



That is true.

A weird "loophole" in Maryland law lets you not only "keep" a handgun at a business you own, but you can "carry" on the property.

In his case though, its striclty within the pizza shop. Take one step outside and you can be arrested.
Most States are like that. In FL you can have a firearm open or concealed on your property, Business or Residence. But if you leave your business and step onto the sidewalk (sidewalk isn't your property) you are violating the law (if you have no CCW).
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:36:32 PM EDT
We have a whole bunch of Maryland people coming to the Cabela's I work part time at in Delaware all looking for shotguns and AR's after Baltimore went down. Finally the liberals are starting to see that the 2nd Amendment has nothing to do with hunting
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:38:41 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By TheDevilYouLove:


You can absolutely have a magazine capacity greater than 10 in Maryland. You just have to purchase the mag outside of Maryland and physically bring it into Maryland yourself. You can't have it mailed here and you can't received it in Maryland. It's fine to receive the mag out of state and bring it with you back to Maryland.
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Originally Posted By TheDevilYouLove:
Originally Posted By X-CaptHook:
Not with a magazine capacity of greater than 10.


You can absolutely have a magazine capacity greater than 10 in Maryland. You just have to purchase the mag outside of Maryland and physically bring it into Maryland yourself. You can't have it mailed here and you can't received it in Maryland. It's fine to receive the mag out of state and bring it with you back to Maryland.



Yup deal with that stupid law all the time selling to MD residents
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:40:27 PM EDT
Should buy a fire extinguisher instead.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:42:54 PM EDT
How messed up do you have to be to want to burn someone to death for fun?
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:46:52 PM EDT
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:47:11 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Dominion21:



That is true.

A weird "loophole" in Maryland law lets you not only "keep" a handgun at a business you own, but you can "carry" on the property.

In his case though, its striclty within the pizza shop. Take one step outside and you can be arrested.
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Originally Posted By Dominion21:
Originally Posted By tomrocks21212:
Originally Posted By 4v50:
Can't he own and keep a gun in his store in Baltimore?


Absolutely. But he may not want to leave it there for a number of reasons.

The immediate problem is the new Handgun Qualification License required there, and the cost and time to obtain it.

Or he could find a C&R gun and be exempt from that part of it, anyway.



That is true.

A weird "loophole" in Maryland law lets you not only "keep" a handgun at a business you own, but you can "carry" on the property.

In his case though, its striclty within the pizza shop. Take one step outside and you can be arrested.



not true, you can carry on your property or on the property of a business with owner's consent.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:47:51 PM EDT
I'm sure the state police will approve all of his paperwork by the time the verdict for the trials are announced.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:48:36 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By TheDevilYouLove:


You can absolutely have a magazine capacity greater than 10 in Maryland. You just have to purchase the mag outside of Maryland and physically bring it into Maryland yourself. You can't have it mailed here and you can't received it in Maryland. It's fine to receive the mag out of state and bring it with you back to Maryland.
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Originally Posted By TheDevilYouLove:
Originally Posted By X-CaptHook:
Not with a magazine capacity of greater than 10.


You can absolutely have a magazine capacity greater than 10 in Maryland. You just have to purchase the mag outside of Maryland and physically bring it into Maryland yourself. You can't have it mailed here and you can't received it in Maryland. It's fine to receive the mag out of state and bring it with you back to Maryland.

That makes perfect sense.


Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:48:51 PM EDT
He should move out of MD, I did and never looked back.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:49:03 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Miami_JBT:
I'm not a fan of Mossberg but he should get one of these.

http://www.slickguns.com/sites/default/files/88maverick2_0.gif


It is affordable, does the job, and easier to get than a pistol in Maryland. He should have one in his store and home. As for his car.... he should jumo through the hoops has best as he can and get a handgun.


But since he probably spends the majority of his time at his business and home... a Maverick 88 Security should work for him.
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with a battlebelt with dump pouched attached filled with shells
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:52:16 PM EDT
Good for him. I'd do it license or not.

My life is worth more to me than appeasing some little fuckstick with a name placard on his desk.

Guy looks like he is a hard worker and just learned a lesson on why most of us dislike ghetto goblins.

Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:52:19 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By mancow:

That makes perfect sense.


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Originally Posted By mancow:
Originally Posted By TheDevilYouLove:
Originally Posted By X-CaptHook:
Not with a magazine capacity of greater than 10.


You can absolutely have a magazine capacity greater than 10 in Maryland. You just have to purchase the mag outside of Maryland and physically bring it into Maryland yourself. You can't have it mailed here and you can't received it in Maryland. It's fine to receive the mag out of state and bring it with you back to Maryland.

That makes perfect sense.



It does make perfect sense. it allows government (Democrats) to continue to blame neighboring states and the NRA for the crime caused by 50+ years of social policies that have destroyed inner city families.
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false.

Buy them all day long in any state that sells them, and you can possess them in MD.

You can also buy them online and have them shipped out of state and get them that way

Bullshit law is bullshit, but at least there's a bullshit work around for bullshit laws
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:55:12 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By cone256:



Yup deal with that stupid law all the time selling to MD residents
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Originally Posted By cone256:
Originally Posted By TheDevilYouLove:
Originally Posted By X-CaptHook:
Not with a magazine capacity of greater than 10.


You can absolutely have a magazine capacity greater than 10 in Maryland. You just have to purchase the mag outside of Maryland and physically bring it into Maryland yourself. You can't have it mailed here and you can't received it in Maryland. It's fine to receive the mag out of state and bring it with you back to Maryland.



Yup deal with that stupid law all the time selling to MD residents


Years ago in Maryland,

Me: Too bad we can't get hi-caps here any more.

Dealer friend: I have a 30-rounder for the M1A, and a 90 rounder for the AR.

Me: I sure would like to buy you lunch in Pennsylvania one day.

Friend: I have some time on Thursday. By the way, I'd like to see the range you belong to up there.

Me:

It was a very nice afternoon!!
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:56:36 PM EDT
All business owners in that area should make that place look like the deserts of Detroit.
Take your business elsewhere.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:56:47 PM EDT
The popo will surely have him in their sights now.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:58:12 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By jmarkma:
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Yeah I really DO NOT miss living in that state.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 12:59:27 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Dominion21:



Yeah I really DO NOT miss living in that state.
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Originally Posted By Dominion21:
Originally Posted By jmarkma:
He should move out of MD, I did and never looked back.



Yeah I really DO NOT miss living in that state.



More and more, I realize what a great state Maryland is........

To be from!


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Originally Posted By mancow:

That makes perfect sense.


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Originally Posted By mancow:
Originally Posted By TheDevilYouLove:
Originally Posted By X-CaptHook:
Not with a magazine capacity of greater than 10.


You can absolutely have a magazine capacity greater than 10 in Maryland. You just have to purchase the mag outside of Maryland and physically bring it into Maryland yourself. You can't have it mailed here and you can't received it in Maryland. It's fine to receive the mag out of state and bring it with you back to Maryland.

That makes perfect sense.




See, you've fallen into the trap of attempting to apply logic to gun laws. Stop it. It'll only make your head hurt worse.
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Originally Posted By tomrocks21212:



More and more, I realize what a great state Maryland is........

To be from!


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Originally Posted By tomrocks21212:
Originally Posted By Dominion21:
Originally Posted By jmarkma:
He should move out of MD, I did and never looked back.



Yeah I really DO NOT miss living in that state.



More and more, I realize what a great state Maryland is........

To be from!




Only thing I really miss is living on the bay going crabbing and fishing.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 1:03:06 PM EDT
Maybe his best bet is to GTFO of Baltimore and open a new pizza shop elsewhere.

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I believe the proper PC term is "Youthful Indiscretion"
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 1:06:59 PM EDT
Perhaps seeking a better quality location and clientele is in order.
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The proper term in MD is "not disapproved".



Link Posted: 5/4/2015 1:26:40 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Foxxz:
How about that waiting period? Also good luck getting a carry permit in MD. Do they even recognize your place of business as a place you can carry it?
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A business owner can carry in his business, but he/she can't carry to/from his place of business. Without a CCW, which is near impossible to attain in Md, there are restrictions that prohibit loaded firearms in automobiles.

So, you can either leave the gun stashed in your store, or drive to/from work with an unloaded gun in a lockbox, or transport a loaded firearm, thereby becoming a criminal.

One of the reasons that I declined to move to Maryland even though I could earn more money and have a much better chance of promotion.
Link Posted: 5/4/2015 2:40:43 PM EDT
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In Baltimore (and in some other parts of the country).........I figure that a jury will not take kindly to a store owner using deadly force against a group of yutes intent on ONLY having fun at your expense during a riot or not.

They were just funin' and my baby was just watchin'.

Aloha, Mark
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In Baltimore (and in some other parts of the country).........I figure that a jury will not take kindly to a store owner using deadly force against a group of yutes intent on ONLY having fun at your expense during a riot or not.

They were just funin' and my baby was just watchin'.

Aloha, Mark
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When they are throwing lighter fluid on you and trying to light you on fire no jury in America would convict you
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