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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by muddhunter, Jul 8, 2018.
I want one of these, I want it real bad. I need to sell some toys:
That's a pretty neat video I like how the other woman in the background laughs and says" with a pellet gun", more power to them I looked up the price those things are like 800 bucks, I guess some can afford, but spending that much on the airgun will never happen for me
Not catch me toting an air rifle for anything above a groundhog size
Like everything else, the price will probably go down on these type guns. The first PCP (pre charged pneumatic) air rifles were $800.00+ now you can buy one for $269.00 with a lot more features.
I think someone else asked this question but never heard a response, can a felon use a air gun to hunt, I have a cousin that is a convicted felon and is not allowed firearms, he has changed his life around, but I can't take him hunting with me except for bow season and he is no count with archery
I am in any meams no law man but I would have to say no, it is still a firearm.
Good question indeed. No idea. If not, thats a bummer. People change. And not everyone convicted is bad as it seems. A convicted felon is a broad charge. But the ones who deserve the charge, need to reap the charge.
While I find the new and improved (but not really new - Lewis and Clark expedition had a very powerful air gun along) air guns is just don't see them worth the $$. For the same money I can purchase a silencer and put it on any of my rifles that is threaded for it.
Looks pretty symmetrical what did he score?
I’m guessing 816-ish before deductions. It’s a good dragon but I think he could have used another year. To each their own though.
You know score has never really mattered to me as long as he/she gets the blood pumping. He came in like being on a string and I’m thrilled with my harvest.
Federal law defines a firearm as a weapon that fires fixed cartridges that was manufactured after 1898. Black powder muzzle loaders, guns manufactured before 1899, and air guns do not fall under the jurisdiction of firearms laws in the United States Code
Wonder how Federal aligns with state. That is where you can get in trouble most times. Any KSP members that can chime in on the discussion. Can a convicted felon own and utilize a Muzzle loaded weapon or air gun?? I have a member of the family that fits the category and have always been told no that it depends on the state and Ky says no. Just crious as I have never talked to a KSP or someone with enough knowledge on the law.
I think the law in Kentucky says that a firearm is difined as using fire propulsion.dont think a felon can use a muzzleloader but an air gun is allowed.