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Old 01-12-2020, 09:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Airman Doors, USAF View Post
I see. So if my wife attacks me and I defend myself by punching her she is a victim of domestic violence and as an offender I lose my rights. No nuance, no shades of gray whatsoever, right?
If you are found guilty of domestic violence, you lose your right to possess a firearm. That is correct. No shades of gray. You lose it, since apparently the court was not convinced by your claim of self-defense.

On the other hand, if your defense to the charge of domestic violence is that you were acting in self-defense, and you are acquitted, you don't lose your right to possess a firearm. No shades of gray.

That seems pretty clear.