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Old 08-15-2011, 05:48 AM   #1
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Hello everybody i was wondering if theirs anyway out of Maryland gun law that said you cant have a magazine that hold 20 plus rounds(if i remember correctly), what if i ship a drum out of state and pick it up would it still be legal????

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Old 08-15-2011, 05:54 AM   #2
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Hello everybody i was wondering if theirs anyway out of Maryland gun law that said you cant have a magazine that hold 20 plus rounds(if i remember correctly), what if i ship a drum out of state and pick it up would it still be legal????

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Crusader, the way most of those laws read, if you are caught in possession of the oversized magazine, using it, simply displayed on your wall - you can be charged under the law. If they find out you transported it across state lines, you have now committed a Federal Felony and must deal with the FBI and BATFE.

Just say no.


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thanks men 4 the answer i can still have fun with a whole bunch of 20's

DON'T MOVE TO MARYLAND TOO MUCH GUN LAWS/AND CRIME

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Seeking advise online to circumvent gun laws is ill advised and stinks of troll juice. Thread closed.

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