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    Police took my guns...

    A few months back I screwed up and had a negligent discharge. Police took all my weapons away. A bunch of you ragged on me and had felt you'd run me off. Well I was never charged with a crime or arrested. FYI, my weapons have returned home again, no lawyer needed.

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    Glad everything worked out OK. I hope that you never have the unfortunate lapse into whatever it was that created the ND.

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    Glad it all worked out for you... NY must be THE place to live, then... or not... maybe everybody just hoped they'd run you out of NY... not out of DC...
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    I don't recall the story but I'm glad it appears to have all worked out for you. Stay safe.
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    Rest assured NY SUCKS. Up until recently, I was unaware that NY has a "duty to retreat" law, as opposed to the rest of the US Gavin's the "stand your ground" law. This added to the 7 round limit, not cool.

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    Glad you of them back!!!

    I just read your original thread and didn't see anyone ragging on you trying to run you off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyZX636R View Post
    A few months back I screwed up and had a negligent discharge. Police took all my weapons away. A bunch of you ragged on me and had felt you'd run me off. Well I was never charged with a crime or arrested. FYI, my weapons have returned home again, no lawyer needed.
    That's good!

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    Good for you, I'm glad your guns have been returned. Be careful not to let history repeat itself. good luck
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    If the forum lords want to run you off, you will be run off. Of that there's no doubt. But it's good to hear you seized firearms have been returned.
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    I was not here at that time . But glad things worked out for you education can be scary at times .
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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyZX636R View Post
    A few months back I screwed up and had a negligent discharge. Police took all my weapons away. A bunch of you ragged on me and had felt you'd run me off. Well I was never charged with a crime or arrested. FYI, my weapons have returned home again, no lawyer needed.
    Was the negligent discharge at a public location?????

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    Welcome. Not here for the original deal, but everybody screws up something sometime. It's whether you learn from it that's important.
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    Glad it worked out OK for you.

    I went back and read the old thread. No-one was trying to run you off. They were giving you adivice not to post about the incident on a public forum. which was good advice considering you were dealing with a law enforecement issue.

    Now that it is over, would mind sharing more details so that we might all learn from your experience?
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    No, in home discharge, nosy neighbor called, took police 3 hours to arrive. Glad there was no real emergency.
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    Court ordered me to take safety class and they would give my weapons back. Judge said clearly an accident and since no charges were filed I could have them back!
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