Restoring Hunting Rights
Every client's situation is completely unique. It is impossible to generalize the right to hunt under federal or state law without a private and free consultation with a lawyer.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, generally speaking, is unaware of an individuals right to purchase or possess a firearm. The two are not linked at all. If your rights have been revoked based on a felony, domestic violence, or drug crime, it is highly probable that you will still be allowed to purchase a hunting license from ODFW. Simply because you can purchase a hunting license, big game, or waterfowl tags you may not be able to purchase or possess a firearm. Do not mistake the ability to obtain a license or tag with the ability to lawfully purchase or possess a firearm.
It is lawful under Oregon law to archery hunt even with a felony convictions. It is not lawful under Oregon law to hunt with a cross bow. If you or a loved one currently has a prohibitive condition (and may be tired of bow hunting) it will be necessary to restore your rights to purchase and possess firearms before you attempt to hunt with a firearm.
The restoration of gun rights can be completed through;
Speak with the lawyers at Oregon Gun Law about the best route to restore your rights to hunt under Oregon and Federal law with a firearm.