Steffon Josey-Davis legally owned a gun.
But one day, two years ago, that gun completely changed his life — without a pull of the trigger.
Josey-Davis owned a 9mm Smith and Wesson handgun and was working as an armored-car driver with hopes of being a cop, he said. Now he's a convicted felon and, in some ways, a poster boy for gun-rights advocates.
Read the complete article: NJ.com