CCL application, will I be denied?

Discussion in 'NFA/Class 3 & FFL Discussion' started by fastline, Nov 5, 2010.

  1. fastline

    fastline New Member

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    I thought I would give disclosure to my background to see if you guys see any issues here.

    11 yrs ago - DUI charge - dismissed due to blowing under legal limit and not showing any impairment.

    10 yrs ago - DUI charge - this one stuck, took diversion
    10 yrs ago - Batter LEO/resisting arrest - Due to witnesses of the chain of events, charges reduced to disorderly conduct

    3yrs ago - Misdemeanor battery - dismissed - moron "victim"/assailant could not show up for court.

    As you can see, I am NOT lily white but believe it or not, I am on the right side of the law. Our city is increasing in crime and with 2 kids/wife now, I want some insurance. I will/do pack regardless but I would rather be legal. I have heard that if something does happen and deadly force is used, the license can help in court showing some level of eminent threat training.
     
  2. willshoum

    willshoum New Member

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    Bad Boyz

    What State. Most states say Convicted Fellon. Was yours all misdemeanors.:eek:
     

  3. fastline

    fastline New Member

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    KS.

    Certainly no felony convictions. The only close one was the battery LEO which could have been a felony but of the 3 charges, they reduced to just one charge of disorderly conduct. I am not sure if that charge of bat LEO will be an issue even though it was a rather harmless encounter. I mean, if I am going to get charged for it, I want to take his teeth as a souvenir...lol
     
  4. NGIB

    NGIB New Member

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    Yup, hitting an LEO will take you a long way in this world...lol
     
  5. fastline

    fastline New Member

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    Looking at the application in my county, it looks as though I should be ok, but barely. It looks like every county and state kind of makes up their own regs on this stuff... In my county, they are looking for controlled substance convictions and felonies. If I had one more drinking sitution, I would have to answer "yes".
     
  6. billdeserthills

    billdeserthills New Member

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    Hell, in Arizona you could get your CCW easy
     
  7. csapow

    csapow New Member

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    You may be asked by the CLEO in your area to show court findings to clear some of this up.
    Are you delayed on the NICS?
     
  8. SecPro

    SecPro New Member

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    and on this forum
     
  9. fastline

    fastline New Member

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    Court findings for what? Any local LEO would be able to look up my file and determine findings in these cases?


    Why is hitting an LEO a bad thing on this site? Is that an assumption that all LEOs are always in the right? I can assure you this was a typical case of ******* rookie cop. I can beat the **** out of you but you cannot touch me because I am an LEO. Too bad other people saw it. I have family that works next to the chief and learned that the LEO in question was on the way out anyway and was later canned for his BS.
     
  10. billdeserthills

    billdeserthills New Member

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    As far as I'm concerned hitting a cop is the same as hitting a person, I don't believe people should need to be hit. My assumption would be the opposite, but I think Leos are usually correct. Hafta say I'm happy to learn a dirty cop was fired for cause, Thank You Karma
     
  11. gatopardo

    gatopardo New Member

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    Just try

    You never know how far you can go until you try, just try!

    What is the worst thing that can happen, you can still go fish:cool: