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A: Obtaining a license may not be a problem but, you cannot own or control a firearm for any purpose if you have a felony conviction no matter how long ago you got the conviction. However, you can seek relief through the Governor's office by filing a clemency petition. In appropriate cases the Governor may pardon persons with felony convictions.
A: The two crimes that you mention require different elements (acts) or mens rea (state of mind) to commit that offense. I don't see how you could convicted of both crimes based upon identical facts. Perhaps, if an individual bought a car that he knew was stolen and then failed to pay for the car but deprived the bona fide owner of possession, he might have committed both crimes. It's very unlikely that an experienced prosecutor would charge an individual of both offenses based upon the same facts.