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  1. #11
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    Default Re: simple assault m2

    Quote Originally Posted by Elkhntr View Post
    The problem with helping people in these forums is you will always get potshot by a guy like Walleye. It's why I'm now checking out of PAFOA. He won't have to worry about any more "ads" that offer quality legal advice for free. Actually, in the market for a used Benelli M2 21", I searched the site for M2 and the post was one of the top couple posts. I saw the topic. We see tons of people who get arrested for applying for a firearm without understanding whether they qualify or not. I only know of a few lawyers across the state who actually understand who can lawfully purchase a firearm and who can't. If you read the statute, most people would see the statement that someone convicted of a crime punishable by more than one year in jail can't purchase a firearm and stop there, not realizing that is a term of art defined as by more than two years. Ridiculous. And beyond the comprehension of the average guy. Further, someone convicted of a lesser crime might still be prohibited from possessing for a myriad of other reasons, including a civil commitment, minor domestic violence conviction, or other obscure reason that would be difficult for any layman to figure out. And if you make a mistake, you get arrested for a felony. My post was designed to help people figure this stuff out. But the reason it wasn't comprehensive is because it's too hard for a layman to figure it out. Further, the law can change at any time and I might not remember to update the post. So the only safe way to deal with this is to call a lawyer. I've had plenty of clients who became my clients because they went to the lawyer down the street who writes wills or does real estate, and that lawyer provided advice on this topic. Not good. So I would rather have people call me. I'd rather not see more people get arrested for misinterpretations of a confusing law. A public service message, kind of like when I tell people that even though marijuana is legally smoked in many jurisdictions, if you do that you risk getting a DUI as driving with any amount of marijuana byproducts in your system is DUI in PA, the byproducts last 10-30 days depending on which expert you ask, and then if the government finds out you smoked marijuana, even lawfully, they can revoke you permit to carry and ban you from purchasing new firearms. At any rate, I'm deleting the reference to our name and phone number from my earlier post and if anyone wanted to call you have Walleye to thank. If you'd rather not see this sort of advice on PAFOA you have Walleye to thank.
    If not me it would have been somebody else, not only here but on any BB so maybe you could learn something. The OP made one post and is long gone seven years ago. There are lawyers who frequent this board who handle most of our issues. If you can't see the error in your actions you have no chance of learning.
    If at first you don't succeed try a different angle.

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    Default Re: simple assault m2

    Quote Originally Posted by Elkhntr View Post
    The problem with helping people in these forums is you will always get potshot by a guy like Walleye. It's why I'm now checking out of PAFOA. He won't have to worry about any more "ads" that offer quality legal advice for free.
    Ignore the potshots, and post useful info, even if it is a 7 year old thread.

    BTW, marrywanna, and other control substances can be detected in hair samples going back months.
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    A drop leg holster? A big clue indicating an Operator operating operationally, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkhntr View Post
    . At any rate, I'm deleting the reference to our name and phone number from my earlier post and if anyone wanted to call you have Walleye to thank. If you'd rather not see this sort of advice on PAFOA you have Walleye to thank.

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    So WHAT, if it was an ad, for legal services concerning the LEGAL purchase of firearms, or APPLYING for an LTCF.


    Geez Louise
    Quote Originally Posted by cdi View Post
    A drop leg holster? A big clue indicating an Operator operating operationally, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gun View Post
    So WHAT, if it was an ad, for legal services concerning the LEGAL purchase of firearms, or APPLYING for an LTCF.


    Geez Louise
    Here's 'so what'.
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    If you are selling something, put it in the classifieds. If you are a business, make sure it's in the commercial section. This goes double if it's the only reason you signed up. We don't need gun shops from Hawaii signing up to just post a list of every item they have for sale in the general discussion area.
    If at first you don't succeed try a different angle.

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    Default Re: simple assault m2

    Quote Originally Posted by Elkhntr View Post
    At any rate, I'm deleting the reference to our name and phone number from my earlier post and if anyone wanted to call you have Walleye to thank. If you'd rather not see this sort of advice on PAFOA you have Walleye to thank.
    You could always just look at when the OP post was made prior to posting. Are you really going to be that butthurt over someone calling you out on a mistake?
    "Sometimes reasonable men must do unreasonable things."- Marvin Heemeyer

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