Yes, it's settled law in Oklahoma; they can, including smokeless MLs requiring NICS
Yes, settled law, but not ones requiring NICS (smokeless)
Unclear/ gray area / needs to be clarified by the AG or legislature
No they cannot
I have no idea.
since when can a felon join the military?
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Depends on the crime, you would be surprized what you can get a recruiting waiver for.
You say filthy Squid like it's a bad thing!
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of GOD alone. We however, are charged with arranging the meeting.
By federal law a muzzleloader is not a "firearm" unless it has a modern ignition, example would be shotgun primer. I worked at Bill's Sporting Goods for several years and we sold muzzleloaders to anyone over 18. One exception was the thompson because it had a modern reciever that was a rifle or shotgun depending on what barrrel you put on it. Has the law changed in the last 10 yrs? I don't know
WRONG on the ignition part, you can mail order muzzle loaders and have them shipped to your door with a 209 primer ignition system, no FFL not a firearm...
Correct on the Encore, it is the receiver which is a firearm since you can change from shotgun to rifle to black powder to rifle etc.
From my cold dead hands....
as far as felons in military you can join for instance the infantry, you can be a cook, or a number of other things. Depending upon offense, how long ago, etc.
It can mess with and prevent security clearances, but especially in these times they have no issues letting tons of people in, helps the numbers they are after.
tell him to take up bow hunting until he gets a pardonOriginally Posted by New Oklahoma Statue
bang bang bang bang bang bang click (explicative) reload....
You are right on felons in the military. I had a friend that was given a choice at sentencing hearing of either one year at a juvenile detention center (he was 17 at the time) or enlist in the Army for a minimum of 4 years. He took the latter, that is where I met him.
The law used to be that a felon could own a ML or hunting shotgun for the express purpose of hunting and that any other use (going to the gun range out of season) was a violation.
It could have changed when I lived out of state from 1985-1994.
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if hes a "former" felon does that mean he has been pardoned??? Once convicted of a felony, you lose some rights forever unless its overturned or pardoned. If you cant obey the rules you cant share the winnings...