Yes, paintball guns are not classified as firearms, therefore, do not fall under the same restrictions as a firearm.
There is no background check required for paintball guns.
Depends on the misdemeanor. Domestic violence or drugs- no.
yes unless it is for domestic violence
yes just as long its not a felony Actually, it depends on what type of misdemeanor. If it is a misdemeanor offense of domestic violence, you cannot own a gun (or more specifically, you are a prohibited person).
You need to consult with a lawyer.
So long as it isn't for domestic violence, yes.
Depends on the misdemeanor. Some, such as Domestic Violence, and unlawful drug use, are a bar to possessing firearms anywhere in the US. Actually, the only disqualifying misdemeanor listed in federal law is misdemeanor for Domestic Violence.
Not in Utah, nor anywhere else in the US.
Examples of a misdemeanor offense that might make you ineligible to own a gun include domestic violence and possession of an illegal drug conviction. If you have an unserved warranty on you, you may not be able to get a gun in certain states.
You need to consult a lawer for a current, correct and legal answer.
No- and not just Kansas, but nowhere in the US. FEDERAL law.
It depends on where you are. In the U.S. each state sets its own rules. I can tell you, by federal law, the only misdemeanor that disqualifies you from owning a gun is a misdemeanor conviction for domestic violence.