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    Should a convicted felon be allowed to carry firearm

    Should a convicted felon that has completed prison and probation be allowed to own and carry a firearm? Should there be any conditions that would differentiate one type of felon from another when it comes to second amendment rights? I figure that people here are very knowledgeable when it comes to the right to bear arms, so what do you think?

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    I think once a man has "COMPLETELY" paid his debt to society, rights should be restored.

    Think about it like this:

    If "you" had to use your firearm in SD, and were wrongly convicted of manslaughter by some libtard jury/judge, Would "you" want your rights restored after you served your time?

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    Speaking from personal experiance, after almost 25 years and countless hours of leagle help and phone calls, and letters to state government offices, I still can't own,operate, ( normal ) firearms, i did a loop-hole i can use black powder and the likes.

    I was charged with recieveing stolen property and given 3 years UNsupervised probation and $300. fine

  5. I think it depends on the nature of the felony. Obviously any violent charges or drug trafficking felons shouldn't be allowed. Within a time frame I guess id say. Maybe 10 years after the release date or something. I guess the thought of telling anyone what to do makes me cringe, except perverts and wife beaters.

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    Possibly....I think NOT if you were a VIOLENT felon. Theren would need to be lines drawn.

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    Yes to some and No to others! Common sense people. Violent = No, Peace=Yes./;

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcox4freedom View Post
    I think once a man has "COMPLETELY" paid his debt to society, rights should be restored.

    Think about it like this:

    If "you" had to use your firearm in SD, and were wrongly convicted of manslaughter by some libtard jury/judge, Would "you" want your rights restored after you served your time?
    Would you give a firearm to the child molester that killed our little guy? He served time for our nine-year-old and upon release tried to do it again. He then served 10 years for attempting to kill two six-year-old boys. He's now free again. I've since caught him trying to setup an overnight camping trip for elementary school-age boys. An friend who is a retired FBI profiler beleives he'll kill again.

    In cases where the felony was for DUI or some other low level crime I would agree to restore their rights. Anyone who committed a violent felony or misdemeanor level person-on-person crime should not get their rights back. Make an announcement... anyone convicted of a violent crime loses their rights. Now they commit crimes with full knowledge of the consequences.
    GOD, GUNS and GUITARS

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    Quote Originally Posted by n4sxx View Post
    Speaking from personal experiance, after almost 25 years and countless hours of leagle help and phone calls, and letters to state government offices, I still can't own,operate, ( normal ) firearms, i did a loop-hole i can use black powder and the likes.

    I was charged with recieveing stolen property and given 3 years UNsupervised probation and $300. fine
    I believe your rights should be restored.
    GOD, GUNS and GUITARS

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1 View Post
    Would you give a firearm to the child molester that killed our little guy? He served time for our nine-year-old and upon release tried to do it again. He then served 10 years for attempting to kill two six-year-old boys. He's now free again. I've since caught him trying to setup an overnight camping trip for elementary school-age boys. An friend who is a retired FBI profiler beleives he'll kill again.

    In cases where the felony was for DUI or some other low level crime I would agree to restore their rights. Anyone who committed a violent felony or misdemeanor level person-on-person crime should not get their rights back. Make an announcement... anyone convicted of a violent crime loses their rights. Now they commit crimes with full knowledge of the consequences.
    Personally, I would favor executing the guy.

    My feeling is that, if we cannot trust someone with the means to defend him/herself, we can't trust them to be in society period.

  11. Couldn't agree more

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