So. I'm curious.
I realize different states have different systems.
Is this a case of "You can't punish someone retroactively through passing a new law" thing? I can't remember if this was in Alaska, but one state tried to list a convicted sex offender, he appealed, the courts stated the guy to be removed.
Would this be similar? Anyone after the law was passed, which didn't have their rights restored, be barred from owning a firearm?
Does this mean convicted felons have no chance of reinstating their second amendment rights in NC or after reinstating rights they can own a firearm?
I do realize the ban still applies to people who are felons.