A family member of mine is a felon and he wants to be able to join me on my shooting expeditions and hunting trips like we used to do. We have been reading through the laws for Kansas and his felony was theft, non-violent no weapons used, he has no domestic abuse or anything like that. The NRA website had the law listings and from what we can tell by reading it seems like, In the state of Kansas atleast, he should be able to atleast use firearms. I'm not a lawyer by anymeans and the furthest into law I got in college was Business Law so understanding this is a bit out of my scope. We called the sherriffs, state troopers, local police, talked to gunshop owners, and he's asked his lawyer for some confirmation and got nowhere. His lawyer responded with an "I'll look into it." I was wondering if anyone could provide a little clarification on this or some well observed opinions perhaps. I find it rediculous that the Law Enforcement couldn't tell us let alone a lawyer. All I have been able to get is Possession isn't ownership it's even handling a firearm that's why I'm trying to get some more info on this.