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Q: I have expunged my record how can I get a gun permit

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  • Sacramento, CA

A: If you have expunged your record, you may still be able to get a gun permit, but the process and requirements can vary depending on your location. First, check the specific laws in your state or country, as each jurisdiction has different rules about gun ownership and expunged records.

Next, gather all necessary documentation, including proof of your expungement and any other required identification or paperwork. This will be crucial when you apply for the permit. It's a good idea to contact your local law enforcement agency or the department responsible for issuing gun permits to understand their requirements and the process.

Lastly, submit your application along with all required documents. You may need to undergo a background check and possibly an interview. Be honest and transparent about your history and the expungement. This approach will give you the best chance of obtaining a gun permit legally and efficiently.

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