Yes, an air rifle is not considered a firearm by Texas or federal laws.
Yes. An air rifle is not considered a firearm, thus a felons possession is not limited.
This question should be directed to the court in the state where the felon lives. Any answer given here might be misunderstood and cause more problems for the felon.
In the state of Missouri Its perfectly legal to hunt with a black powder rifle during deer season. In all counties
The legal age to purchase a rifle or any other firearm in Texas is 21 years old or older. Recently, Texas ruled against overturning the minimum age to possess a firearm.
18 in any us jurisdiction i ever heard of. and you cannot be a convicted felon.
You need a lawyer for a current, legal and correct answer.
No, once a felon always a felon.
You will need the services of a lawyer for a correct, legal and current answer.
yes you are not a gang member, a convicted felon, or committing a crime at the time.
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, a felon cannot own a compound bow in Texas. A felon cannot own any type of weapon in Texas or in the entire country.
Yes you can get married. There are no prohibitions just because one is a felon. The marriage license doesn't have a place to indicate whether one is a felon or not.
What is the penalty for aiding a felon in texas
There is no Texas law that says a felon can not own a taser.
No it is not legal to open carry a handgun in Texas. Only concealed carry with a CCW is allowed. Although open carrying a rifle or shotgun non threatingly (on your back) is perfectly legal.
Yes- see link at bottom of page.
Yes... so long as you are not at the moment committing any crime or not a convicted felon and lastly, not in a gang.........
The do in prison all the time.
A felon may not purchase, possess, or be allowed access to ANY type of firearm in ANY state, territory, or commonwealth of the United States. This is federal law, and applicable across the whole of the United States.