[Non-Governmental Firearm Application] - Vincent_Vargas

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[Non-Governmental Firearm Application] - Vincent Vargas

Post by Paco_Aguilar on Sat Apr 10, 2010 1:31 am

1.1) Full name: Vincent Alejandro Vargas
1.2) Date of birth: 07/21/1990
1.3) Sex: Male
1.4) Race: Hispanic
1.5) Phone number: (106)-15-21
1.6) Current resident: 4188 Barrington Avenue, Santa Maria, Los Santos
1.7) Current occupation: Car Mechanic, Newspaper dealer. Part-time fisher.

2.1) Past victim experiences:
September 25, 2004.
I was driving north through Glencoe Avenue, Rodeo, with my objective set on reaching the bank after a long day of fishing at the Santa Maria Beach. I stopped at the red light on the intersection of Glencoe and Main, proceeding when it went green. About half way through the intersection, a black Huntley with a a large, protruding metal grill slammed into my car. I was knocked unconscious and only remember being dragged into the car. I woke up in the middle of San Vicente Blvd. at a time unknown (as I was unconscious) with no memory of the earlier part of the day, wearing only my boxer shorts. I'd called the police about the event, but no one was ever found nor suspected of participating in the robbery.


3.1) Desired license type and model: Convenient; Unscoped Rifle.
3.2) Desired firearms: Glock Walther P99 Black Edition.

4.1) Reason for obtaining a firearm license: My reason for obtaining a firearms license is solely to defend myself and others within my newspaper dealing from predators and other threats that reside in the wooded areas of Los Santos' outskirts. There are approximately 86 animal-related deaths annually in the areas i deal newspapers and I pass through almost every day. I refuse to put any participants of my fellow newpaper dealers in the direct path of danger in any way at any time for any reason. I have lost a loved one to a predator in the past, and I would never wish that pain pain upon anyone. My cousin, Alejandro Ramirez, was killed by a grizzly bear in 2003 while on a fishing trip at Santa Maria Beach. He had no means of protecting himself except for the pocket knife he kept on him to gut the fish. I truly do believe that if Alejandro had a firearm at his disposal, that he would have lived through the event to tell about it. His body was never recovered fully, though the bear was found with his remains still inside and intact. I cannot, and will not, allow a situation like that happen again to anyone I know. With a firearms license, I can guarantee that the safety of the peoples under my limited jurisdiction in the forest.

Please note that while living in El-Paso, Texas I did have a Firearm Possession and Acquisition License. In order to acquire this license, I had to undergo many hours of training and educating on the subject of firearm safety and maintenance. I fully understand how to safely operate and maintain a multitude of firearms including bolt-action rifles, semi-automatic rifles, lever-action rifles, pump-action shotguns, hinge-action shotguns, gas-operated pistols, and many other designs. I also know how to properly store a firearm, and the Los Santos Firearm Storage laws.

4.2) Where will your firearm(s) be stored: My firearm will be stored in two places. While at home, my firearm will be stored with the bolt in my bedroom closet and the receiver stored in a key-locked rifle locker in my basement. Ammunition of the firearms will be stored in a will ventilated area; perhaps my shop in a locked case.

While on duty as a newspapers dealer, my rifle will be kept in the cab of my truck in a locked case with the bolt, receiver, and ammunition all separate from each other.


5.1) Have you ever had a firearm license before: In El-Paso, Texas, yes.
5.2) Has your previous/current license ever been revoked/suspended: No, it has not been revoked/suspended.
5.3) If yes, state the reason:

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6.1) Are you at least level 4 in game: Yes. I am level 4.
6.2) Did you read and understood EULA: Yes, I read and understood the EULA.


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Re: [Non-Governmental Firearm Application] - Vincent_Vargas

Post by Chris_Iverson on Sat Apr 10, 2010 7:56 am

Dear Mr Vargas,

We have received your letter regarding your request of a firearm license, and we thank you for applying.
I am happy to inform you that your firearm license request has been ACCEPTED.

You are required to pay a $10,000($5.000) fee upon receiving the firearm license. Please contact a DFL Officer by visiting the LSPD lobby or by calling our non-emergency (991) line to pay this fee.

We do also remind you to renew your firearm license when the time is here. You may find more information IN THIS LINK

Licensing Officer,
Lead Officer Chris Iverson,
Los Santos Police Department.

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