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    Today while delivering to one of my customers, I handed out a MOC pamphlet to a guy who said he was denied a purchase permit. Supposidly by a police Sgt. in Lake Orion. I asked for the reason the Sgt. gave him, and he replied for irresposible behavior/firing a gun inside city limits.

    Story goes that this guy recieved an electric trigger mechanisim for a paint ball gun, and wanted to try it out. So at a vacant plot of land in the city limits he was firing this Paint Marker(tech. name) when police showed up guns drawn. After all was said and done the police let him go with a warning. When he tried to get a purchase permit the Sgt. refused and told him he could appeal his decission to the chief.

    I asked this guy to visit our site, and sign up. He wants to buy a pistol for his home, and to maybe carry, but has lost 100.00 dollar deposit at a gun store because he was refused his purchase permit. So now he is leary of trying anything.

    I told him he may find some good information here.

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    conservative85 wrote:
    Today while delivering to one of my customers, I handed out a MOC pamphlet to a guy who said he was denied a purchase permit. Supposidly by a police Sgt. in Lake Orion. I asked for the reason the Sgt. gave him, and he replied for irresposible behavior/firing a gun inside city limits.

    Story goes that this guy recieved an electric trigger mechanisim for a paint ball gun, and wanted to try it out. So at a vacant plot of land in the city limits he was firing this Paint Marker(tech. name) when police showed up guns drawn. After all was said and done the police let him go with a warning. When he tried to get a purchase permit the Sgt. refused and told him he could appeal his decission to the chief.

    I asked this guy to visit our site, and sign up. He wants to buy a pistol for his home, and to maybe carry, but has lost 100.00 dollar deposit at a gun store because he was refused his purchase permit. So now he is leary of trying anything.

    I told him he may find some good information here.
    I suggest he call this attorney. He has a free consultation with a phone call and likes to take on these kind of challenges. He works a lot with CPL/perchase denials and this one sounds like a piece of cake with a letter. Be sure to your contact to mention to the attorney that we (MOC)referred him.

    Jim Simmons
    Law Offices of James T. Simmons, P.C.
    45700 Village Boulevard
    Shelby Township, Michigan, 48315
    (586) 566-1900
    (586) 532-4110 fax
    jtsimmons@jtsimmons.com

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    *The information contained above is not meant to be legal advice, but is solely intended as a starting point for further research. These are my opinions, if you have further questions it is advisable to seek out an attorney that is well versed in firearm law.

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    I will let him know, and pass along the info thanks!

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