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Old enough to move out of that stupid state, is my guess.
 

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You only have to be 18 in MD to get a CCW. So I am guess you only have to be 18 to buy a rifle.

I was looking at packing .org for info on MD state, and get this...

Note: The requirements listed above apply to all applications. In addition to these requirements, an applicant must submit the information listed below for the category for which they are applying:

1. Owner or employee of a business;

A photocopy of the Traders License or Business License or Certificate, or Corporation Paper.
Photocopies of a random selection of six (6) deposit slips for the business showing CASH deposits within the past six (6) months, or a letter from the bank attesting that your business has a CASH flow, if this is a reason for the permit.
Photocopies of ten (10) receipts showing either CASH paid for supplies and/or CASH received for services, if this is a reason for the permit.
If you request one of your employees, or if you are an employee and you have permission from your employer to obtain a permit, a letter from your employer preferably on business stationary, will be required. It should state why you need a permit to carry a gun as part of your duties.
2. Professional Activities; (Doctors, Lawyers, Pharmacists, etc.), must produce evidence of threats or assaults.

3. Correctional Officer or Jail Guard; you will be required to produce written documentation or recent threats/or assaults, in or out of prison toward you. Verification of employment from your correctional facility must be submitted at the time you file your application.

4. Former Police Officer, either resigned or retired must produce evidence of tenure in law enforcement, documented proof of apprehended fear, such as a letter from last commander or copies of police reports indicating threats and/or assaults.

5. Security Guard/Special Police/Private Detective;

Evidence of pistol qualifications through a Maryland State Police "Qualified Handgun Instructor."
One Security/Private Detective/Special Police Form Letter supporting "Good and Substantial Reason-weapon ownership and location maintained". This form letter may be obtained from the agency by which you are employed.

6. Personal Protection; must be documented evidence of recent threats and/or assaults, supported by police reports and/or notarized statements.

The way I am understanding it is that if you dont fall into one of these categories, no ccw for you. What a crock!!!!

IMHO, anyway.


Dave
 

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dbrownusarmy said:
You only have to be 18 in MD to get a CCW. So I am guess you only have to be 18 to buy a rifle.

I was looking at packing .org for info on MD state, and get this...

Note: The requirements listed above apply to all applications. In addition to these requirements, an applicant must submit the information listed below for the category for which they are applying:

1. Owner or employee of a business;

A photocopy of the Traders License or Business License or Certificate, or Corporation Paper.
Photocopies of a random selection of six (6) deposit slips for the business showing CASH deposits within the past six (6) months, or a letter from the bank attesting that your business has a CASH flow, if this is a reason for the permit.
Photocopies of ten (10) receipts showing either CASH paid for supplies and/or CASH received for services, if this is a reason for the permit.
If you request one of your employees, or if you are an employee and you have permission from your employer to obtain a permit, a letter from your employer preferably on business stationary, will be required. It should state why you need a permit to carry a gun as part of your duties.
2. Professional Activities; (Doctors, Lawyers, Pharmacists, etc.), must produce evidence of threats or assaults.

3. Correctional Officer or Jail Guard; you will be required to produce written documentation or recent threats/or assaults, in or out of prison toward you. Verification of employment from your correctional facility must be submitted at the time you file your application.

4. Former Police Officer, either resigned or retired must produce evidence of tenure in law enforcement, documented proof of apprehended fear, such as a letter from last commander or copies of police reports indicating threats and/or assaults.

5. Security Guard/Special Police/Private Detective;

Evidence of pistol qualifications through a Maryland State Police "Qualified Handgun Instructor."
One Security/Private Detective/Special Police Form Letter supporting "Good and Substantial Reason-weapon ownership and location maintained". This form letter may be obtained from the agency by which you are employed.

6. Personal Protection; must be documented evidence of recent threats and/or assaults, supported by police reports and/or notarized statements.

The way I am understanding it is that if you dont fall into one of these categories, no ccw for you. What a crock!!!!

IMHO, anyway.


Dave
why are you talking about CCW? im talking about "assualt" rifles
 

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I addressed your question first, then I thought I would add some info that I found while looking up the ar question. I thought it was interesting and thought others who werent aware of it would find it so also.

But to answer your question, the best way to find out is to call your local sheriff's office...anything you read on the internet may not be accurate.

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tallguy said:
anyone know the age requirement for these 2 guns in Maryland?
You live in a Communist State. I doubt you are allowed to posses these two guns. If you are, I'm sure that age is 18. Check AR15.com they would know.



On a side note. WOW!! THOSE CCP REQUIREMENTS SUCK!!!. Basicly (sp?) someone has to jack your ass up before you can even apply. :shock:
 

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AR-15 is a semi auto. AK-47 is a full auto, but I figure you are talking civilian issue from a gun shop like a MAK-90, AMD, SAR, WASR, Maadi.....
If you have seen them for sale at a gun shop, ask them what the age requirement is. You local Police or Sheriff is another good source. I would get both law enforcement and the gun shop to answer your question.

When in doubt, CYA :lol:
 

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RockinAR said:
hobocircus said:
AR-15 is a semi auto. AK-47 is a full auto,

BWAAHAHAHAHAHAHA................NO IT'S NOT!!!!
Yes it is. Check your sources, The real AK-47 had no selector, was full auto only. Semi versions came much later to feed quality firearms to deprived capitalists. AK Rocks, AR sucks.
 

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Need to be 21. Most are considered "regulated firearms" because they are on the Assault Weapons list. Got this from the MD AR-15 Shooters Website...
Buying & Selling an AR-15 in Maryland: Since this is a site devoted to Maryland shooters I'll let you in the legalities in Maryland. In Mayland most AR-15 style rifles are considered 'regulated' weapons (like handguns). You must pay an extra $10 fee, and have the 8 day waiting period before you can pick up your rifle. You are also limited to one (1) Rifle (or Lower Receiver) in a 30 day period. This also prevents you from buying a handgun during this period, since you are limited to 1 'regulated weapon' per 30 day period (either a handgun or so-called 'assault weapon'). Private transfers of AR-15s are PROHIBITED - they must either go through an FFL (max fee he can charge is $20 per law) or you can go to the local State Police barracks and they can do the transfer. There is an EXCEPTION for Colt Sporter H-BAR Rifle; Eagle Arms EA-15 (probably due to differences with internal parts). These are treated just like any other rifle; private transfers are permitted, there is no waiting period, no limit to how many you can buy at a time, nor will it interfere with your purchase of a handgun. State Police consider any rifle with an HBAR barrel (like the Bushmaster) to be identical. Note: the State Police have indicated HBAR Bushmasters are NOT considered 'regulated' - they are treated like the HBAR Colts. As such you are not required to have a 'safety class' to purchase one. Most dealers don't know this and don't bother to check it out (so expect to pay the fee, wait the time, and take the 'class').
Their website is http://groups.msn.com/TheMarylandAR15ShootersSite/_whatsnew.msnw
 

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manygunner said:
RockinAR said:
hobocircus said:
AR-15 is a semi auto. AK-47 is a full auto,

BWAAHAHAHAHAHAHA................NO IT'S NOT!!!!
Yes it is. Check your sources, The real AK-47 had no selector, was full auto only. Semi versions came much later to feed quality firearms to deprived capitalists. AK Rocks, AR sucks.
Oh.....we're talking "orginal" design. :roll: I thought we were talking about a gun the kid could actually buy at the store here in 2005. I did not know he was shopping for an AK made in 1949. If you're talking about "origninal" AR, then you're wrong again. Check your sources before you spout off....idiot.


Production of the AR-15 rifle was licensed to to Colt Manufacturing Company in 1959. Early Colt AR-15s, their magazines, and their operators manuals were marked with ArmaLite’s name. Colt’s retained the AR-15 designation on commercial rifles. To this day Colt’s has a model designation with the letters AR, which stands for “ArmaLite”.

The AR-15 was selectable for full and automatic fire. The AR-15 was to have had the same effective range as the M14 rifle, but it was most effective at a range of 215 yards (200m) or less. The M16 used a 5.56mm (.223 cal.) cartridge in 20- or 30-round magazines. The U.S. Air Force completed tests of the AR-15 in January 1961. The Air Force procured 8,500 rifles in 1961 and standardized the AR-15 in 1963. The weapon was first deployed to the Air Force’s Air PoliceThe original AR-15 was designated the M16 in 1962.



Looks like he can't get an AR15 either, cause those are select fire! :roll:
 

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Do we always have to be so anal about these things??? I think that everyone knew that the original poster meant semi auto versions of the AK 47 (which designates 7.62x39 more than whether it is a machine gun or not) and the ar 15... Civillian semi's, not genuine military issue machineguns...
 

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Could buy HBAR model AR-15 at age 18 then order a new M4 upper if that's what you're looking for. The uppers are not restricted. I know this is not a good solution - but it is the only way around the 21 thing in MD. This is one of the least gun friendly states from the AG down.
 
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