Maryland State and Local Weapons Laws

Frederick County

-Part I: Frederick County Code, Chapter 1-11: Health and Sanitation, Article III: Refuse Disposal Facilities, § 1-11-34. Prohibited Activities
-Part I: Frederick County Code, Chapter 1-12: Parks and Recreation, Article III: Parks and Recreation Division, § 1-12-43. Weapons and Fireworks
-Part II Code of Public Laws of Frederick County, 1979, Chapter 2-11: Roads and Public Grounds, § 2-11-3. Use of firearms upon highways, watercourses, etc...
-Zoning Regulations

-Chapter 6 - Public Safety and Conduct, Article 2. Police Regulations, Title 2. Public Safety Offenses, § 6-2201. Discharge of firearms.
-Chapter 6 - Public Safety and Conduct, Article 2. Police Regulations, Title 2. Public Safety Offenses, § 6-2202. Possession of dangerous weapons.
-Chapter 6 - Public Safety and Conduct, Article 2. Police Regulations, Title 5. Special Enforcement Provisions, § 6-2202. Possession of dangerous weapons. (F) and (G)

-Article 1 Public Nuisance, Morals And Conduct, § 1.07 Concealed Weapons

-Title 9 - Public Peace, Morals and Welfare, Chapter 9.16 Weapons
-Title 12 - Streets, Sidewalks and Public Places, Chapter 12.20 - Parks and Recreation Facilities, § 12.20.100 Rules and regulations for Emmitsburg's parks and recreation facilities. (A)

-Chapter 15 Offenses--Miscellaneous, § 15-17 Firearms--Discharge within City.
-Chapter 18 Special Events, Article V. Violations and Enforcement, § 18-21. Dangerous weapons.
-Chapter 25 Water, Frederick City Water Sheds, § 25-32 Frederick City Water Sheds. (o) and (p)

-Title 9 - Public Peace and Welfare, Chapter 9.04 - Offenses Against Public Peace and Decency, § 9.04.010 Discharge of firearms.

Mount Airy
-Part II, General Legislation, Chapter 58 Firearms and Similar Devices

-Part II, General Legislation, Chapter 97 Peace and Good Order, Article III Public Safety Offenses, § 97-11 Weapons.
-Part II, General Legislation, Chapter 97 Peace and Good Order, Article III Public Safety Offenses, § 97-12 Firesafety. (A) and (B)

New Market
-Park Rules

-Chapter 72 Firearms, Weapons and Hunting

-Chapter 33 Hunting and Firearms (pp 3301, 3302)

-Part II - Code of Ordinances, Chapter 18 Offense and Miscellaneous Provisions, § 18-2. Discharge and carrying of firearms and other guns.

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