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If someone has a ltcf for PA, can they carry a pistol to Maryland to their beach home if the ammo is removed and separated from the pistol? I know Maryland doesn't recognize PAs ltcf, but wasn't sure how it would work for traveling purposes.

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When I asked they told me no. I also have a FFL and it's still a no.

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A flip answer, but in MD you are kind of at the mercy of the arresting officer.

In MD, you can only carry a handgun to an authorized shooting facility or hunting expedition. And, as you mentioned the ammunition must be transported separate from the firearm.. how far is anybody's guess. In the strictest interpretation of the law, no stops or side trips along the way are allowed. That is, stopping at Mickey D's for a Big Mac could get you locked up..

My advice is, leave the gun at home. MD is not a gun friendly state. And when you get to the beach home, hang a sign on the door that says: "Unarmed victim waiting to be victimized"


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Throw a shotgun in the trunk. You are now protected at the house. I travel to Virginia/Tennessee allot on vacation. I just bury my pistol in the trunk until I am through that communist state and keep it plus or minus 2mph of the speed limit

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A Federal Judge in Maryland just ruled the state cannot CHOOSE who does and does not get LTCF permits which the state police are making it very tough to get one..The last response was the state police will still go by its states rules SO the Federal Courts will have to use an enforcement action.The state is run by a bunch of ULTRA LIBERALs who believe they are the ONLY ones who should be allowed to be armed.The NRA will jump on this cause quickly and they are probably already involved.Just like DC played the same little game not too long ago and the issue was pushed to the US Supreme Court.These idiots running alot of these states think they were granted authority by a higher power then the Federal Courts...An answer to your original post a PA resident living on the Maryland border a couple years ago left his pistol in his truck and was driving across the border totally unaware of the BIG MESS he got into including a huge fine and I am not sure how much jail time he got..If you call your nearest MD State Police barricks I am sure they will tell you the penalties you can get for accidentally leaving your pistol in your truck..
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A nice note to confusious,Virginia used to have a 3 year automatic sentence for pistols transported through their state and big billboard signs on the interstate to advertise it..
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Virgina does reconize a PA LTCF
Here's a list of states that do.
http://www.pafoa.org/law/carrying-fi...ry/reciprocity

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Re: LTCF scenario

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If someone has a ltcf for PA, can they carry a pistol to Maryland to their beach home if the ammo is removed and separated from the pistol? I know Maryland doesn't recognize PAs ltcf, but wasn't sure how it would work for traveling purposes.

Thanks in advance to anyone who can clear this up,
Here is a good read on your question.

http://forum.pafoa.org/concealed-ope...-firearms.html
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My best advice is to not go to Maryland or spend your money in any similiar state.

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Re: LTCF scenario

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Virgina does reconize a PA LTCF
Here's a list of states that do.
http://www.pafoa.org/law/carrying-fi...ry/reciprocity
Wow, I see nothing about Ohio on that list. I am in Ohio alot during the year and sometimes with firearms including revolvers and pistols, loaded and un-loaded. I wonder what there penalty is?

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