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Old October 7, 2008, 10:14 PM   #8
Yithian
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Join Date: June 7, 2007
Location: Texas
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Are records of firearms purchases or NICS checks kept?

No. (Other than the 4473 that the dealer keeps.)


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What happens if you don't pass the NICS check?

You don't get the gun.


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Is a record kept then?

No.
Umm Oopsie...

Are records of firearms purchases or NICS checks kept?
Yes, for twenty years.

What happens if you don't pass the NICS check?
(True.) You don't get the gun.

Is a record kept then?
Yes, for twenty years.

I sold guns in TX for five years, until 4 months ago.

Call the ATF. Your sales clerk will have a paper concerning appeals.
Two of the biggest reasons for denial is family members and identity theft.
If someone with your name is restricted from owning, the ATF will hold the "Proceed" from you, until you prove who you are.
If a judge didn't put you in the psych ward, the answer to that question should be "no". Hence the term "adjudicated"
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