You will find out when you attempt to buy a gun. it will also depend on the nature of the charges and it appears none were found against you
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You can go to the juvenile court with your ID and ask to see if your file (case) was dismissed and whether it was sealed. If it was a felony or certain misdemeanors you will be prohibited from purchasing a weapon. This assumes you were convicted. Good luck. Hope this helps?Ask a similar question
File you application to by a gun. You will quickly learn whether or not anything is on your "record" which would prohibit you from possessing said firearm. Best of luck to you.
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Before you go and try to buy a gun, you should consult with a defense attorney to make sure you are not prohibited from purchasing/owning a gun.
Most juvenile adjudications will not prohibit you from owning a gun, but certain offenses may prohibit you from owning one until you reach a certain age (30, I believe).
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