The Court of Appeal found that the exchange or temporary allocation of a regulated handgun free of charge between two adults who are otherwise authorized to possess and receive a regulated handgun does not constitute an illegal « transfer » of a firearm contrary to paragraph 442(d). The clear wording of paragraph 442(d), when interpreted in accordance with the rest of the subheading, shows that the term « transfer » can only refer to a permanent exchange of goods or possession and does not imply an unnecessary temporary exchange. It is not legal to lend a person a PROHIBITED assault pistol, PROHIBITED assault rifles, PROHIBITED Imitator rifles, PROHIBITED assault rifles, or a magazine with a capacity of 11 rounds or more. To borrow a rifle and/or shotgun, the person receiving the firearm must be a Maryland resident, be 18 years of age and legally authorized to possess a firearm. To purchase a handgun, short-barreled rifle, or short-barreled shotgun, you MUST be a Maryland resident and have a Maryland-issued ID. The ONLY exceptions are: members of the U.S. Armed Forces stationed in Maryland (military orders). Military personnel do NOT need to have a piece of identification issued by Maryland, but they MUST fill out the paperwork and leave a copy of their utility bill (with Maryland address) or orders from the U.S. Armed Forces showing a Maryland duty station. State of residence. The state in which a person resides.

A person resides in a state if he resides in a state with the intention of building an apartment in that state. If a person is on active service as a member of the armed forces, the State of residence is the State in which his or her permanent service is situated. An alien legally residing in the United States is considered a resident of a state only if he or she resides in the state and has resided in the state for at least 90 days prior to the date of sale or delivery of a firearm. (1) The transfer or temporary possession of a regulated firearm or ammunition intended solely for a regulated firearm if the person: (A) Under the supervision of another person who is at least 21 years of age and who is not prohibited by state or federal laws from possessing a firearm. AND B) Act with the permission of the parent or guardian of the acquirer or person in possession. It is not legal to lend a firearm or N.F.A. device to a person. An NFL firearm or device is a machine gun, short-barreled rifle, short-barreled shotgun, silencer, other weapon, or destructive device.

There is no legal obligation for the rifle or shochun to be packed. (1) carrying a handgun on the person or in a vehicle while the person is transporting the handgun to or from the lawful place of purchase or sale or to or from a repair shop in good faith or between the person`s bona fide residences or between the person`s bona fide domicile and the person`s establishment, if the business is essentially operated by the person and is in the possession of the person, when each handgun is unloaded and transported in a suitcase or closed case. To become a Maryland Designated Collector, follow this LINK Under the Firearms Safety Act of 2013, which came into effect on October 1, 2013, a person who moves to Maryland with the intention of becoming a resident must register all regulated firearms with the Maryland Secretary of state police within 90 days of determining residency. Here are some examples of questions to ask: It is the licensee`s responsibility to notify the licensing department in writing of any change of address within 30 days of each change. You must send this change to the same address to which you would send a request. Maryland law allows the transport of UNLOADED rifles and/or shotguns in a vehicle. 6) If it is a rifle, what is the total length of the weapon? If the shaft is fully extended and there are no removable additions on the barrel, is the gun less than 29 inches? If this is the case, it is prohibited and cannot be bought, sold or transferred. 5) If it is a rifle, does it have a fixed magazine that contains more than 10 cartridges? If this is the case, it is prohibited and cannot be bought, sold or transferred. The MSP requires anyone who wishes to purchase a handgun, short-range rifle or short-range shotgun to complete a mental health form and submit it with their regulated records. (4) If it is a semi-automatic central fire rifle that can accommodate a removable magazine, it has two of the following values: a folding shaft; a grenade launcher or torch launcher; or a lightning arrester; If this is the case, it is prohibited and cannot be bought, sold or transferred. Maryland Firearm Definitions Firearm (1) « Firearm » means a weapon that emits a projectile through the action of an explosive, is intended to drive out a projectile, or can be easily converted; or (2) The frame or receiver of such a weapon. (3) `firearm` means a starter pistol.

Regulated firearm (1) « Regulated firearm » means a PROHIBITED handgun or assault pistol; or (2) A firearm that is one of the following prohibited assault weapons/imitators or copies thereof, regardless of the company that manufactured and manufactured the offensive weapon. Handgun (1) « Handgun » means a pistol, revolver or other firearm that can be concealed from the person Retired law enforcement officers from that state or county/municipality – $0.00 The addition of a destructive device, a grenade launcher, to a semi-automatic center-fire rifle counts as an « assault weapon » feature. 2 or more « features » make the HOST FIREARM an « imitator assault rifle » PROHIBITED when purchased AFTER 10/1/2013. (4) The carrying, carrying or carrying of a handgun by a person on real property owned or leased by the person or where the person lives or within the limits of a commercial establishment owned or leased by the person. 3. Correctional Officers. Must provide a review of the use and documentation of threats and/or assaults (i.e., police reports, institutional incident reports, and intelligence reports). Semi-automatic, center-fire, and imitator rifles are banned in Maryland. (Unless OWNED BEFORE 1/10/2013) * DO NOT BORROW 11+ Capacity Magazines in the state of Maryland. 5. Private detective / security guard / special police / armored car guards.

All applicants employed as private investigators, security guards, special police officers, and armored car guards must provide a certificate of qualification with a handgun obtained from a Maryland State Police certified handgun instructor on a state police form. A copy of the form letter in support of the « valid and essential reasons », possession of the weapon and where the weapon is stored is also required. (You can get this form from your employer). Duplicate applications are processed by the Handgun Licensing Unit. A) The child`s access is supervised by a person who is at least 18 years of age. Assault rifle means one of the following firearms or a copy, regardless of the manufacturer or manufacturer: (i) American Arms Spectre da Semi-Automatic Rifle; (ii) AK-47 in all its forms; (iii) Algimec AGM-1 semi-automatic type; (iv) AR 100 semi-automatic; (v) semi-automatic type AR 180; (vi) Argentina S.R. semi-automatic; (vii) Australian sar-type semi-automatic automatic weapons; (viii) Auto-Ordnance Thompson M1 and 1927 semi-automatic; (ix) Barrett light .50 cal. semi-automatic; (x) Beretta AR70 semi-automatic type; (xi) Bushmaster semi-automatic rifle; (xii) Calico models M-100 and M-900; (xiii) Semi-automatic type CIS SR 88; (xiv) Claridge CARABINER HI TEC C-9; (xv) Colt AR-15, CAR-15 and all imitations ***except the Colt AR-15 Sporter H-BAR;*** According to the M.S.P., an HBAR is defined as an AR15 marked as BHAR on the barrel or receiver or marketed/advertised by the manufacturer as an HBAR rifle. (xvi) Daewoo MAX 1 and MAX 2, also known as AR 100, 110C, K-1 and K-2; (xvii) Chinese dragunov manufactured semi-automatically; (xviii) Semi-automatic Famas (.223 calibre); (xix) semi-automatic AT-9 spring; (xx) FN LAR and FN FAL assault rifles; (xxi) FNC semi-automatic carabiner; (xxii) F.I.E./Franchi LAW 12 and SPAS 12 Storm Shotgun; (xxiii) Steyr-AUG-SA semi-automatic; (xxiv) Galil semi-automatic AR and ARM models; (xxv) Heckler and Koch HK-91 A3, HK-93 A2, HK-94 A2 and A3; xxvi) Holmes Model 88 shotgun; xxvii) Avtomat Kalashnikov semi-automatic rifle in any format; (xxviii Manchester Arms Commando MK-45, MK-9; xxix) Mandell TAC-1 semi-automatic carabiner; (xxx) Mossberg Model 500 Bullpup Storm Shotgun; (xxxi) Sterling Mark 6; (xxxii) P.A.W.S. carabiners; (xxxiii) Ruger Mini-14 folding shaft model (.223 gauge); (xxxiv) ASSAULT RIFLE SIG 550/551 (.223 calibre); (xxxv) SKS with removable charger; xxxvi) AP-74 Type Commando semi-automatic; (xxxvii) Springfield Armory BM-59, SAR-48, G3, SAR-3,-21 Shotgun, M1A, ***without M1 Garand;*** (xxxviii) Street Sweeper Assault Shotgun; (xxxix) Striker 12 Assault Rifle in all formats; (xl) Single semi-automatic type F11; xli) Daewoo USAS 12 semi-automatic shotgun; (xlii) carabiner or 9 mm UZI rifle; (xliii) Valmet M-76 and M-78 semi-automatic; (xliv) Weaver Arms Nighthawk semi-automatic carabiner; or (xlv) Wilkinson Arms 9mm semi-automatic Terry.