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Misdomeanor, Poss of a firearm OUI. Off probation. Can I register for a new firearm?

misdomeanor, Poss of a firearm OUI. Off probation. Can I register for a new firearm?

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Depending on your State of residency it shouldnt be an issue, its a misdemeanor so you are still eligible to posess a firearm, your sstate law may impose more time limits etc however

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