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Old 12-31-2012, 2:05 PM
CinnamonBear723 CinnamonBear723 is offline
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I would say that if you got the parole agent to sign off on it, then when your local agency comes thru your house they should take that into consideration. It has always been my understanding that it is an issue of possession and access that they are concerned about. So, if the safe were in your private room, and your son had absolutely no way to access them, then it should be a reasonable situation to be able to keep your guns. Like it was said before, try to get something in writing to show the officers when(not it, when) they are doing a search of your house.
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