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Frequently, law enforcement and prosecutors oppose restoring gun ownership privileges to anyone who has been convicted of even a relatively minor crime. If there is a felony conviction on your record and you apply on your own but are denied, you may have to wait three more years before even applying again.

Restoration of Gun Rights in Minnesota

The laws are complicated regarding exactly which criminal convictions will deprive someone of their right to possess a firearm of any kind. More important, being caught with a weapon after being declared ineligible to have one is a serious offense in and of itself. In Minneapolis And St.Paul, MN, such a crime can carry with it a mandatory 60 month (five years) prison sentence.

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