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  • TheKansan
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    Originally posted by denise04 View Post
    assalt charge and its in south carolina
    Please clarify if the offense was a felony or misdemeanor.

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  • SleepyCop
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    Originally posted by denise04 View Post
    listen im sorry i bothered you all i was just looking for answers ill take my concerns else where thanks for your advice
    Why don't you call your local PD? Are you so lazy you cannot pick up a phone?

    -SC

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  • CruiserClass
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    cal ur lokul shiriffs deepurtment un ax wun uv dose debatees shiriffs is normalee duh wuns who del wit registrationing an da permitting uva hangun

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  • denise04
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    listen im sorry i bothered you all i was just looking for answers ill take my concerns else where thanks for your advice

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  • denise04
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    hey not nice im new...lol

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  • denise04
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    it was a simple assalt a state crime and plz if a southcarolina cop is here answer my question as im in south carolina i no diffrent states have diffrent rules.

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  • crass cop
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    you mean like sex offender? If so then they CANNOT be "ex"...you cant fix them.
    I would, however let them use my gun, but only if I could watch them eat it.
    Dont you remember those Johnny Cochran commercials? "If youre a felon and you get caught with a gun, even I cant get you off., (cocky bastard), Felons burn 5 years"

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  • PhilipCal
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    Denise, it's ver difficult to reply to your question with any real specifics, as you provided none. My reply will mirror that of my colleague from California. In Alabama, a person convicted of ANY felony, cannot possess, or have in his possession, any firearm or ammunition.

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  • SgtCHP
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    If the offender was convicted of a felony, NO! Felons are not, in California, permitted to own a firearm, cannot register a firearm and cannot get a gun permit. But then, California is a odd duck when it comes to firearms, weapons, explosives, etc, etc, etc.

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  • KapsFB
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    Yep. It's going off big time:

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  • nuthead
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    Denise, we do need a little more information. What was the charge, specifically? Was it simple assault, ABHAN or ABWIK? Was it a state statute or city ordinance?

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  • just joe
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    What kind of assault? (This is like pulling teeth).

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  • denise04
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    yes it was a conviction

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  • DARE_SUPPORTER
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    Originally posted by denise04 View Post
    assalt charge and its in south carolina

    Since you dont post enough info, even when asked it there was a CONVICTION?????

    I'm gonna say no you can never ever ever be allowed to even look at a gun because you are not answering the question we have asked just to help you get an answer.

    Good day......

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  • denise04
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    hi

    assalt charge and its in south carolina

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