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    open carry with an adjudication withheld?

    Im posting this again here to see if I get any more results or more specific results.

    I have an adjudication withheld in Florida. As of now I can buy(through private sale only) and poses firearms and have recently moved to North Carolina. My question is if, with my adjudication withheld, I can open carry in this open carry state.

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    If you're legally able to possess the firearm, you can legally open carry in North Carolina.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kallnad View Post
    Im posting this again here to see if I get any more results or more specific results.

    I have an adjudication withheld in Florida. As of now I can buy(through private sale only) and poses firearms and have recently moved to North Carolina. My question is if, with my adjudication withheld, I can open carry in this open carry state.
    Why is it that you cannot buy a gun through an FFL?

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    which of the atf's questions can't you answer no to which is precluding you from purchasing from a ffl?

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    a pistol purchase permit in guilford county requires the individual to have not have been subject to any supervised or unsupervised probation within 5 years of adjudication date or have been arrested, charged or convicted of any offense involving the possession of a controlled substance within 3 years according to the guilford county sheriff's office. My guess is that if you have a dwi or a possession charge, your f---ed as far as legally purchasing a handgun or getting a ccw within the next 5 years [U]in guilford county[U] but that doesn't mean other counties will treat you the same way. BJ Barnes is notorious for being a hardass and is not OC friendly, trust me on that.

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