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pdf.pngCampus Gun Ban Bill - Response to Questions HOT

Response to questions raised during the hearing on Jan 31, 2017 for the Campus Gun Ban Bill.

pdf.pngGA 2017 - HB159 Campus Carry Testimony HOT

Mark Pennak's written testimony against HB159

pdf.pngConcealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 HOT

Initial filing of the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 by Rep. Hudson of North Carolina.

pdf.pngHQL Amended Complaint HOT

The Revised Complaint for the HQL Lawsuit, filed on Dec 28, 2016

pdf.pngHQL MotionToDismiss HOT
pdf.pngLetter MSI to Baltimore Response Amended Bill Final HOT

MSI Response to the final approved bill to ban replica firearms in Baltimore City.

pdf.png2723 Approved markings HOT

US Code: Approved Markings on Toy Guns

pdf.pngReplicaBanAmendments cc16 0761 1st HOT

Amendments Approved by the baltimore city council on Nov 14, 2016.

pdf.pngLetter MSI to Baltimore Further Response HOT

Further comments on Council Bill 16-0761 by Maryland Shall Issue

pdf.pngCity Solicitor 16-0761 Replica ban HOT
pdf.pngBaltimore Replica Ordinance (MSI Response) HOT

MSI's response to the proposed banning of replica firearms in Baltimore City.

pdf.pngBaltimore Replica Ordinance HOT

Baltimore City's proposed Ordinance regarding replica firearms.

pdf.png15 usc 5001 HOT
pdf.pngBaltimore Replica Ordinance (NRA Response) HOT

The NRA's letter to the Baltimore City Council regarding the city's proposed Ordinance regarding replica firearms.

pdf.pngMSI HQL Lawsuit Complaint HOT

The MSI Complaint against the HQL Law.

Latest News

Once Anti-Gun, Now an Advocate for Gun Ownership and Self Defense

Darlyn used to completely reject the idea of owning guns. She shares her story of coming to terms with the realities of relying solely on painfully slow government services for her safety and ultimately how she learned to protect herself. Along the way, she provides insight on how to approach those who think like she used to.

Maryland State Police Lifts Permit Restrictions for Business Owners

On August 6, 2019, the Maryland State Police announced that they were changing their standard operating procedure with respect to restrictions placed on carry-permits issued to business owners. Under this new policy, business owners who otherwise establish a "good and substantial reason" for a carry permit will be issued such a permit without any restrictions. Previously, the permits issued to such owners were restricted to "while conducting business." A copy of this State Police announcement can be found HERE. Apparently, the Maryland State Police intends to take steps to apply this new policy to business owners who have appealed the prior restriction to the Handgun Permit Review Board or have appeals pending on this restriction before the Office of Administrative Hearings. We suggest that persons with such pending appeals contact the State Police Licensing Division concerning their status.

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Maryland Shall Issue®, Inc.
9613 Harford Rd
Ste C #1015
Baltimore, MD 21234-2150

Phone:  410-849-9197
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Web:   www.marylandshallissue.org