Most convicted felons are not allowed to possess a firearm, ordinarily. If his felony conviction is for a non-violent offense, like embezzelment, it may be okay. Ordinarily if he has title to a firearm, he could be in big trouble.
Under Federal law (18 USC 922) a convicted felon may not possess a firearm. If he already owns a gun, he may dispose of it by selling it, but he may not handle it himself while doing so.
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In Oregon, Pawn brokers/shops must be licenced by the Division of Finance and Corporate Securities (DFCS). The main web site address for DFCS is: http://www.dfcs.oregon.gov/index.html. Information specific to the licencing requirements for Pawnbrokers/shops is located at http://licenseinfo.oregon.gov/?fuseaction=license_icon&link_item_id=1761 The division's website for Pawnbrokers is: http://www.dfcs.oregon.gov/pawnbrokers.html. This section details information/requirements regarding Oregon Revised Statute 726. The program manager as of December 2008 is Michael McCord. Statutes and administrative rules as well as a great deal of information regarding the state's requirements to establish and operate a Pawnbroker business in Oregon can also be found in the above links. Department of Consumer & Business Services
Division of Finance and Corporate Securities
350 Winter St. NE, Rm. 410
Salem, OR 97301-3881
Located in the Labor & Industries (L&I) building at the southeast corner of Winter & Center streets
Phone: 503-378-4140 or 503-378-4387
Toll-free (within Oregon only): 866-814-9710
yes, she has two kids.
For the most part, yes, although you do need to be careful when dealing with them.
I like to know what is the requirement in obtaining a pawnshop license the state of Kentucky ? And where to apply ?
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You could probably be arrested for possession/trafficking of stolen goods.
greater than 1 dollar
You go to the local police department. And apply there with the town. You have to be bonded and insured. You have to pay $50 for the license
By bringing in something they have no intrest in or you want to much money and you wont go down to what they want to spend.
A pawnbroker is an individual or business (pawnshop or pawn shop) that offers secured loans to people, with items of personal property used as collateral. The word pawn is derived from the Latin pignus, for pledge, and the items having been pawned to the broker are themselves called pledges or pawns, or simply the collateral.
Her name is Lilli. "With a heart too big for the pawn business, Les' wife is sympathetic to customers, always believing the tales they spin. She has contributed to the success of American Jewelry and Loan by designing the store layout and offices, as well as taking on the role of Head Gift-Wrapper during the holidays."
If you don't mind buying used, pawn shops are a great place to start. Also many electronic stories will have "Open Item" or "Display Models" discounted. The Internet isn't the best place to look for large electronics, because the shipping costs will be quite high
most long guns 18 some handguns 21. state law migh be an issue
Pawn shops sell a wide variety of items, everything from musical instruments to jewellery. If one is looking for an engagement ring and is on a tight budget, a pawn shop may just be the place to buy it.
Yes you can, but I would not suggest buying items from there. I would first go to my local pawn shop to see what items they have that I want to buy ,then decide weather I want to buy online or not.
No they don't. They need to resell the item, and why would they buy something broken to resell? Hope that helped.
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No, Oklahoma Does not allow contracts to be singed on Sunday. This is why You will not find Car Dealerships, Pawn Stores, Or Loan Agency's open on Sunday. Pawn Stores can sell items on Sundays but are not allowed to Loan or Pawn, so none of them open. 75% of their business is loan and pawn so it would make no sense to open.
I'm going in to one to sell mine as well. retail sold them for 60-75 dollars like a year ago so they will sell yours at around 25-30 maybee. your looking at 10-15 bucks. And on an item like that they wont budge no matter what you say.
new ipods like a touch or classic have high demand rates so they pay more for it. if you have a great condition ipod touch they would probably give you 90 bucks then sell it for 200.
More than likely yes.
Will it it be for an amount that is less than you think it's worth?
More than likely yes.
With the technology always getting better and the prices getting lower for computers and considering the "hold" time that we are required to abide by it forces us, pawnbrokers, to loan a lower than retail amount for this type of item.
The pawnbroker also will want you to pick up your item also so he will want to loan you an amount that will prompt you not to lose the item by not paying it off when the time comes.
If we loan to much on an item, customers do not normally come back to redeem their goods so not only have we tied our money up, we now have an item that we need to resell to get our money back.
Hope this helps,..