Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Here's a 'What If'...

What if I apply for a CCW, and then the expected happens and the State Police deny it (keeping my application fee, of course) and all others coming in now until the whole court thing shakes out in a year or two...  Then, I will have on my Permanent Record, the fact that I was denied for a CCW permit in the State of Maryland.

We all know that that fact is no biggee, but it might be a headache or even lead to a recalcitrant digging in his heels when I re-apply assuming the court cases resolve in 'our' favor (as it probably should.)

Worth the risk?  Nothing on the Utah or Virginia application for out of staters that asks "Have you been denied for a CCW anywhere before now?"

What do you think?


Anonymous said...

I don't think they will deny it the second time around lest they face charges of failure to carry out the order of the court.

Newbius said...

I think you should go for it.

Bubblehead Les. said...

Here's what I don't get. From what I read to date, they allowed a whole bunch of CHPs before the court ruling. Even Wollard had a permit, it was just the new politicians who wouldn't renew it for no damn good reason.

I say go for it.