Originally Posted by santacruzstefan
Tell me what about the "good moral character" aspect of the CCW. Does that just mean you aren't a prohibited person? Otherwise, it seems like they could use almost anything against you, since the way its worded its completely subjective.
There are really only two ways to be denied based on not having good moral character.
1. Lieing on the application.
2. Having a lot of recent arrests or a recent serious conviction while still not being prohibited from owning firearms.
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