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Old 06-23-2013, 01:59 AM   #1
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Default can I borrow my uncles rifle

If I get pulled over would their be a problem cause its not mine

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Old 06-23-2013, 02:02 AM   #2
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No one would know you are not the owner.

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Wooh ok thanks buddy

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Depends on the type of fire arm, how it was purchased, the state, and how the cop feels about guns. A cop against private firearm ownership can always find a question to raise.

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Yep, state laws can have a lot to say about it. How old are you? What type of rifle? Where are you taking it? What state? Do you have any feline charges against you or have you ever been convicted of domestic violence or have any other legal or mental health conditions that prevent you from owning or being in possession of a gun?

Not such a simple question.

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Doc- think your autocorrect mode just switched felony to feline.

OK- you are asking a LEGAL question without giving us any information to work with.

WHERE are you? Places like Illinois, you must have an FOID. Is there any reason you could not possess a rifle? Is it legal for someone of your age IN YOUR STATE to possess a rifle?

In general, it is legal to loan someone a firearm, however, that can vary with the exact circumstances.

Good questions get good answers, so give us something to help you.

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Well, if you borrow it to rob a bank and get caught, you are in deep poo poo!

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Doc- think your autocorrect mode just switched felony to feline.
Dern ol' autocorrect.
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Don't you think that is a question you should be asking the owner of the rifle? I cannot give you permission to borrow someonelse's gun

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Don't you think that is a question you should be asking the owner of the rifle? I cannot give you permission to borrow someonelse's gun
Dang.....beat me to it. I was going to say that it's really up to his uncle.
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