Can a felon have a pellet gun

Asked about 1 year ago - Tiffin, OH

is pellet gun firearm

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  1. Kyle J Bristow

    Contributor Level 13


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    Answered . You should privately consult with a criminal defense attorney and relay to him the facts unique to your situation. See for more information.

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  2. Timothy Edward Kalamaros

    Contributor Level 15

    Answered . In many states it is not; if not most or all. It would appear from this citation that it would not be in Ohio either. " (1) "Firearm" means any deadly weapon capable of expelling or propelling one or more projectiles by the action of an explosive or combustible propellant. "Firearm" includes an unloaded firearm, and any firearm that is inoperable but that can readily be rendered operable. "... . A pellet gun is an air gun and as such the projectile is not expelled by explosive or combustible propellant but instead by compressed air.

    However you should indeed contact a knowledgeable Ohio lawyer with your specfiic facts as Mr Bristow suggests.

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  3. David Merrill Walters


    Contributor Level 10

    Answered . A pellet gun is not a firearm under federal law. However, you must abide by both federal and state law. Listen to the Ohio attorneys on state law.

    This is for general informational purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice and does not establish an... more

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