I just posted these because some people still think it's OK for a felon to rent, borrow, or shoot guns because they think the felon isn't "in possession" of the gun as long as it's only rented or borrowed. This shows that is incorrect and poses legal risk to the felon and possibly the one who provided him with the firearm (especially if they know he's a felon).
MacAttack wrote:I do believe that in some cases and states a felons ability to own and posses can be returned to them by a judge.
It all depends on the felony and location.
Trebor wrote:This issue has come up on this forum a few times and some people have believed that a felon could still rent a gun, borrow one from a friend at the range, etc, and I just wanted to show that is absolutely not the case. I'd hate for anyone to get in trouble for not understanding the law and how it is applied.
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