.....as applied to a convicted felon still under state supervision....
The guy on probation does not have to accept the terms of his probation and may elect to stay in prison.
Once out of prison and probation; they guy's rights should be full IMO ... able to do or possess whatever anyone else can.
And the strict v intermediate scrutiny? Its a made up legal theory ... congress never passed any such laws...the courts need to stop making crap up ... I think they do this just to have an argument that should not exist.
But, to the case before them, the guy's on probation and I think that they limited the ruling to this class of people.