Today’s questions: Do you lose your gun rights if you live with a felon? What is the law regarding felons and guns in Texas? What do you have to do with your firearms if a felon is a part of your household? The Armed Attorneys break down the gun law that applies to gun rights when living with a felon in Texas.
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