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This thread is a knowledge base for frequently asked questions.

The answers found in this thread are NOT legal advice and should not be taken or substituted for such.

Always....consult professional legal council.
 

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1. Q; I have a felony from XX years ago, can I buy a gun?
A; In every state I know of, the answer is NO.
2. Q; I'm not sure if my conviction was a felony or not, can I buy a gun?
A; If you are not sure what your conviction is for, talk to an attorney. They will need a disposition record from the County Clerk where it happened.
3. Q; My case was non-adjudicated, do I have a conviction?
A; Same as number 2.
4. Q; I have a misdemeanor family violence conviction, can I buy a gun?
A; It depends on the State. Each State has different Laws on that. Best answer is to see an attorney.
As far as from an FFL, the answer is NO.
Asking HOW TO, not if you can, get around these Laws in most instances is called Conspiracy to Commit a Felony.
In almost any case, if you want to know if or what firearms you can legally own, the best answer is "ask an attorney". NOT the general public.

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Q, Why am i crushing primers when loading .223/556.
A Because you didn't remove the primer crimp.
Q, Can i use 5.56 cases to load .223?
A, Yes
Q, Can i use pistol primers in rifle cases or can i use rifle primes in pistol cases?
A, In most cases no.
Q, I have ammo that's X amount of years old, is it any good.
A, If stored properly the ammo should be fine.
 

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Q: "What should be my first gun?"
A: There is no one answer to that. It depends on many factors.
1. What is your main reason for buying one, how will it be used?
2. What is your budget, remembering that you will need ammunition, supplies, and money for permits and range time for practice. Time with an instructor is always the best way to start.
3. Will you be the only one using the gun, or will it be necessary for family members to access it as well?
 
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