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If a person is ordered by a judge to turn over all firearms in his possession to the PA State Police,

1. Can the spousee be in possession of a muzzleloader?
2. Can the person be in possession of a crossbbow or is that considered to be part of the firearms as well?
 

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It means all firearms, modern and black powder, as far as bows and crossbows I would ask the DA because sometimes depending on what the individual did they don't want them to have any weapons. Is this because of a PFA ? The definition under Title 18 for persons not to possess a firearm is below:


(i) Firearm.--As used in this section only, the term "firearm" shall include any weapons which are designed to or may readily be converted to expel any projectile by the action of an explosive or the frame or receiver of any such weapon.
 
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