In certain circumstances. A lawyer will be needed.
Yes. An air rifle is not considered a firearm, thus a felons possession is not limited.
A felon may not POSSESS a rifle, shotgun or handgun anywhere in the US- Federal law. They may receive a pardon that has the effect of no longer being a convicted felon, but until then, no. Violation of that is a serious crime in itself- usually 5 years in a Federal prison, no probation, no parole.
A felon cannot own a shotgun anywhere in the U.S. unless the felon's rights have been restored.
Yes. It's known in the law as "constructive" possession. You may not "own" it and you may not be "carrying" it, but it is readily acessible to you just as if you 'owned' or 'possessed' it.
He can own it, but it would be best if he kept it somewhere else than in his home. He is putting her in grave danger of being arrested for "possession" of a firearm. Even being in the same home or vehicle with a firearm puts the felon in what is known as "concurrent possession" of the weapon.
You will need a lawyer.
No. A felon may not own, be in possession of, or be granted access to firearms.
This is what I was told by a federal game warden it is not illegal for a felon to hunt with a black powder gun or a standard bow. A crossbow is illegal. A crossbow, shotgun, rifle, or any handgun it is illegal for a felon to possess.
No, they may not.
Not legally. It's illegal for a felon to own a gun in any state.
Only in bow season. NOT rifle, shotgun, or black powder! It makes no difference what state you live in, it is a violation of FEDERAL law (USC, Title 18) for a convicted felon to EVER own or possess firearms or ammunition.
can a felon own and hunt with a black powder rifle in the state of oregon
No, they may not.
They may physically OWN it (e.g.: if they dispose of it the money they make from the sale is theirs), but they may not carry it, nor have it in their possession, nor may it be kept ANYWHERE where they may be living or visiting.
No. A felon may not purchase, possess, or have access to firearms. Period.
No. A felon may not purchase, possess, or be granted access to firearms anywhere in the United States.
I believe it is a federal law that if you are a felon, you cannot legally own firearms, as well as anyone convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence.