This is a discussion on Will I still be able to buy a gun? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by 1911luver Thanks guys and yes it can be expunged I'm just waiting on my tax return. The lawyers fees where a lot ...
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I am speaking from experience here in the great state of Massachusetts.. A may issue state.
YES.. you will still be able to buy a gun.
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Rugergirl no hes not giving me anything he doesn't even work,nice huh? This is why I'm living with my brother for the foreseeable future I've told my wife on no uncertain terms,I will not live under the same roof as that kid again unless hes been through rehab at a minimum.
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1911, if I were in your shoes, I'd be less worried about being able to purchase a firearm and more worried about getting that kid out of my house. I'm just saying . . .
Anyway, I found a Form 4473 sample online. When it comes to the yes/no questions, can you say NO to all of the questions except the first (are you the actual buyer . . .)?
If you can, then you're set.