Do you mean like bow hunting? Because it is a violation of federal law for you to possess a firearm or ammunition. https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/922
There are some loopholes involving weapons from the 1800s but that probably isn't what you had in mind.
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Federal law prohibits any convicted felony from possessing a firearm. 18 USC 922.
Hunting licenses are a matter of state law.
However, Federal law prohibits felons from ANY access to firearms, other than antiques or replicas thereof.
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