Discussion in 'On Topic' started by striker754, Apr 14, 2006.
So how many of you have committed a felony?
Have you ever renounced your citizenship from the United States of America or tried to conspire to overthrow the government?
Is it a crime to lie on the paperwork? I wonder how many people have bought guns knowingly for others and lied.
Have you ever used marijuana?
Are you a fugitive from the law?
I was buying a shotgun from a dealer at a gun show, and he was telling me how a few months ago he had a guy answer yes to that question, and when the dealer asked the guy about it, he said, "Yeah, I'm a fugitive, but not in North Carolina!"
The dealer was like , said he'd call in the paperwork but got the cops that were at the show to arrest him instead.
Yes, it's a felony to lie.
"I understand that making any false oral or written statement, or exhibiting and false or misrepresented identification with respect to this transaction, is a crime punishable as a felony.
Yep. Felony. 5 years prison. I know of quite a few people on here who have done that.
committing a felony and being found guilty of a felony are 2 different things.
STOP THE PRESSES!!!!!lc
if it doesn't fit, you must acquit
I was a 2 time felon before i was even 18 in a half.
lol dont even get me started on that. Who would have guessed that a liquid covered glove would shrink?
Wow. Every time I answer that one I've wondered if there was any idiot out there that actually said yes. Apparently there is.
never under-estimate the stupidity of a criminal
The local gun dealer told me that he's actually seen people truthfully answer yes to some of those questions
Darwinism at work.
There smart enough to make all the laws.
I was aquitted sir!!!!
No, seriously. I was.
And those questionnaires get me laughing every time.
Doesnt count if you weren't arrested or convicted
wow this needs an explanation
I've never done any kind of drugs, and I don't drink I don't even drink caffeine actually (well, I avoid it).
I was arrested once when I was 16 for vandalism, but they never pressed charges.
In GA its worded "have you been convicted of ..."
I havent used or been convicted.. so no problems here
Um...... Its not worded any different. Its a FEDERAL form.
The point of this thread is that anyone who does illegal drugs and has bought a firearm from an FFL has committed a felony.