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Old February 13, 2013, 06:18 PM   #451
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So, rather than "seem like an absolutist," you prefer to lie?

And, by lying, you prefer to enable antis to say, "Look, another gun enthusiast agrees with our position."

I know you are still young, but seriously...
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Old February 13, 2013, 07:29 PM   #452
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Originally Posted by Tom Servo
Originally Posted by Glenn E. Meyer
It seems that people who knowingly fail the check get arrested
What qualifies as "knowingly failing?" A misdemeanor DV conviction from 1986 I didn't know would disqualify me? A felony charge that got dropped to a misdemeanor in 1979, but the paperwork didn't get filed right? What about misidentification?

Unintended consequences and all...
I know there can be unintended consequences, but a good point to begin looking would be persons who had actually been in prison for two or more years. A couple of years in prison is not something that a person readily 'forgets' when filling out a 4473.
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