Q: I lost my right to own a firearm in 1998 what do I have to do to get it back
I was convicted of a drug felony in 1998. My right to vote back and I would like my rights to own a firearm I have never been in any more trouble
A: Generally that kind of Conviction is permanent. There are a very few, obscure exceptions. Have your Judgment of Conviction checked by a competent attorney. But usually you need to consult with an experienced firearms attorney to see what are your legal weapon choices.
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