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Old April 7, 2012, 11:00 AM   #43
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As for enforcement when you buy powder in MD it is logged & recorded, so there is enforcement of a sort, all be it unworkable, & virtually unenforcable but would you put down in writing that you were in the process of violating a state code, sign it & have it logged in abound book? I disagree with the rule but as it's on the books I am bound by it, regardless of if I like it or not.
One could drive to Virginia or Pennsylvania to buy powder. Hypothetically, of course (wouldn't want to advocate breaking the law.)

5# limit for black powder almost makes sense. 5# limit for smokeless is ridiculous -- 20 would be OK, or more with a properly constructed powder magazine.
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