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We previously reported that Young Buck was facing upwards of 10 years in prison for being a convicted felon in possession of firearms and ammunition, which were found when the IRS raided his Nashville mansion in 2010. But it appears that he'll be spending much less time behind bars following an apparent plea deal that went down in the past few days.
TMZ reports that Buck pleaded guilty to the gun charges and has agreed to an 18-month prison sentence. A judge has apparently also OK'd the deal, though the proper sentencing hasn't occurred yet. It's scheduled for July 13.
According to TMZ, the IRS found a .40 caliber Glock 22 and ammunition in Buck's home.