No. A black powder rifle is a firearm. By definition, a firearm is a gun that uses an explosion to propel a projectile.
The state has nothing to do with it, this is a federal law that applies to all states.
if he shot somebody and his sentence is SIS (suspended imposition of sentence) he should be able to hunt. but if his sentence was SSA or SAS
then he can't even have a firearm in his possession or even be around a firearm. you will need to consult your local Sheriff's office. anyone convicted of a felony cannot buy a firearm. And if anyone buys it for him can be fined.
ask your parole officer
no. no guns of any kind but you can do like ted kennedy does and have your spouse buy your guns.
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