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This April 3, 2017 photo shows confiscated these firearms from seven defendants who were served a Protection From Abuse order from the Lebanon County Sheriff's Office in Lebanon, Pa.  Federal law forbids people under a domestic restraining order from owning a firearm, but in Pennsylvania judges typically don't order protection from abuse defendants to turn over their weapons. Gun rights advocates worry about the loss of defendants' Second Amendment rights but advocates of changing the law say something needs to be done to end an all-too-common trend.  (Michael K. Dakota/Lebanon Daily News via AP)

This April 3, 2017 photo shows confiscated these firearms from seven defendants who were served a Protection From Abuse order from the Lebanon County Sheriff's Office in Lebanon, Pa. Federal law forbids people under a domestic restraining order from owning a firearm, but in Pennsylvania judges typically don't order protection from abuse defendants to turn over their weapons. Gun rights advocates worry about the loss of defendants' Second Amendment rights but advocates of changing the law say something needs to be done to end an all-too-common trend. (Michael K. Dakota/Lebanon Daily News via AP)

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