yes you can bow hunt as a conviced felonthats the only way you can hunt
No it is not.
A cross bow isn't legal for a felon but a bow is
A convicted felon can hunt in the state of Alabama. However, a convicted felon can not own or use a firearm.
can a convicted felon hunt deer with a bow or a gun
can a convicted felon own a bow and arrow
In the state if South Carolina, a convicted felon can bow hunt in South Carolina. As long as the person is not longer on parole, they can hunt.
No.Another View: If he is a convicted FEDERAL felon - NO. Possession of blackpowder weapons is forbidden under the definition of firearms in US Code, Title 18.
No, in the state of Utah a convicted felon can not hunt with a bow and arrow. However, there are several other states that do allow felons to hunt with a bow and arrow.
In the state of Missouri Its perfectly legal to hunt with a black powder rifle during deer season. In all counties
In the U.S. a convicted felon may not own or posses a gun.
Can a felon that is no-longer on parole deer hunt with a cross bow in Michigan
In Michigan, a convicted felon can bow-hunt after he/she is off parole. A convicted felon CANNOT hunt with a gun (including muzzle-loaders) EVER, or be with others gun-hunting, or be in a home with a gun.
Type your answer here... no
There is not a law stating that a convicted felon can not use a bow and arrow to hunt in Indiana. A bow and arrow can only be used during the late part of deer hunting season, regardless if the hunter is a convicted felon or not.
No. A felon is federally prohibited from possessing a firearm for any reason.
A convicted felon is not allowed to possess a firearm. That includes shotguns and rifles. However, in many states it is perfectly legal for convicted felons to own and possess bows and crossbows with which they may hunt with a legally purchased hunting license.
An ex-convict and an ex-felon are not the same thing. An ex-felon is someone who was convicted of a felony, but the conviction was later overturned - thus, they are no longer a felon. An ex-convict is someone who was convicted, sentenced, and has completed their sentence - if they were convicted of a felony, then they remain a felon.Both may hunt in North Carolina. However, an ex-con convicted of a felony charge may not do so with a firearm.
I am not sure that a felon can get a hunting license period in Arkansas.