Iowa Domestic Firearm Laws | #LAL

Under federal law, if you have been convicted of a domestic violence misdemeanor or are subject to a domestic abuse protective order, you are barred from owning firearms. You will remain barred so long as the order remains in place. Read the full article here:

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In this article, we explain the specifics of domestic firearm laws in Iowa. We cover the following: Can I Possess Firearms Under Iowa Law?, Orders of Protection and Firearms in Iowa, and Can My Firearms Be Seized in Iowa? ‍