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Old November 27, 2011, 07:54 AM   #10
dogtown tom
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if you do have something in your personal history that is causing the denial you are probably committing a felony by attempting to purchase a firearm.
Well I don't know of any law that makes it a crime to try to attempt to buy a firearm.
Federal law prohibits "prohibited persons" from acquiring ar attempting to acquire a firearm. Before the dealer calls NICS the buyer must complete the Form 4473. If the buyer lies on any of prohibiting criteria he commits perjury.

If you ever get denied you need to find out why
...The NICS agency sends a letter by default when you're denied - you should not have to do anything other than wait...
The FBI will only send the buyer the reason for the NICS denial if the buyer requests it in writing via fax, email or regular mail. NICS will not even tell the dealer the reason.
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