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Washington Firearms Restoration Lawyer

You have a constitutional right to possess firearms under both the state and federal constitution, but your right is subject to many restrictions.  

You cannot possess firearms if you've been convicted of a felony or domestic violence misdemeanor.  You may face additional restrictions under federal law. 

You can file a petition to restore your firearms rights, but your restoration right depends on the nature of your conviction and the time between your conviction and the filing of your petition.

FAQ: Washington Firearm Rights

A. General Questions

What are the basic gun laws in Washington?

Am I prohibited from possessing a firearm under Washington law?

What is the minimum age to possess a firearm in Washington?

Are there additional restrictions under federal law?

What are the penalties for unlawful possession of a firearm in Washington?

Do I qualify for a concealed pistol license?

B. Restoring Your Firearms Rights 

Can I restore my firearm rights if I have a felony conviction?

Can I restore my firearm rights if I have a domestic violence conviction?

How do I file a petition to restore my firearm rights?


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