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If you were convicted of a felony of any type and/or a crime that would be considered a crime of violence, you cannot legally carry a firearm unless the conviction is nonadjudicated, restoration of the right to carry or unless you receive a pardon, either from the governor of the state of conviction or from the President of the United States.
So, a discharge of conviction, by itself, would not allow you to carry a firearm.
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