Oklahoma Gun Laws

Guide to Oklahoma Gun Laws

Updated April 6, 2019:

Updated April 6, 2019:

 

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Mark Woodward

Mark Woodward

Oklahoma is currently a Shall Issue state but this will change on November 1, 2019 when a new Constitutional Carry law will come into effect. The state can be regarded as having a strong gun culture and this is reflected in the gun laws which are less restrictive than other states.


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Mark Woodward

Oklahoma is currently a Shall Issue state but this will change on November 1, 2019 when a new Constitutional Carry law will come into effect. The state can be regarded as having a strong gun culture and this is reflected in the gun laws which are less restrictive than other states.

Oklahoma is currently a Shall Issue state but this will change on November 1, 2019 when a new Constitutional Carry law will come into effect. The state can be regarded as having a strong gun culture and this is reflected in the gun laws which are less restrictive than other states.

When Oklahoma becomes a Constitutional Carry state in November no permit or training will be required to carry a handgun if you meet all the requirements to possess a handgun. But until then you will still need to obtain a permit and attend a firearms training course. And dont forget that if you plan to take your handgun interstate you will still need a permit to do that even after November 1.

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When Oklahoma becomes a Constitutional Carry state in November no permit or training will be required to carry a handgun if you meet all the requirements to possess a handgun. But until then you will still need to obtain a permit and attend a firearms training course. And dont forget that if you plan to take your handgun interstate you will still need a permit to do that even after November 1.

Quick facts

Carry In Vehicle SEE DETAILS
Must Notify Officer YES
State Park Carry YES
Gun Signs Enforced NO
Open Carry SEE DETAILS
Restaurant Carry YES
Constitutional Carry SEE DETAILS
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Oklahoma Reciprocity Map

  • Issuing State
  • OK license honored
  • OK license not honored
  • OK residential license only

Oklahoma reciprocity guide for SDA licenses

All valid weapons licenses, either concealed or unconcealed, and issued by another state are honored under Oklahoma law. If a person is from a permitless carry state then Oklahoma will reciprocate under that states laws.

States that will honor a Oklahoma SDA licence
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Resident Licences
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming

Non-Resident Licences
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming

Handgun licences Oklahoma will honor
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Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

Districts & Territories
District of Columbia, New York City, Guam, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands

States that will not honor a Oklahoma SDA license
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California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Wisconsin.

District
Washington D.C.
Permitless Carry States
If you are from a permitless carry state then to carry in Oklahoma you must be legally able to carry in your home state without a permit and have in your possession a state drivers license or ID card issued by your home state. If you are in the military then you will need to carry your military ID.

21 O.S. 1290.26 - Reciprocal Agreement Authority


Overview of the Oklahoma SDA license

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Oklahoma state flag
  • Issue policy - Shall Issue
  • Issued to - Residents & Military
  • License Fee - $100
  • License Valid - 5 or 10 years

Pistol license Overview

The license to carry in Oklahoma is called a Self-Defense Act License (SDA License) and is issued on a "Shall Issue" basis meaning any person who meets the requirements can obtain one. Oklahoma will become a permitless carry state on November 1, 2019. Constitutionl carry was signed into law on February 27, 2019 by Governor Kevin Stitt. However, you will still need a SDA license to carry up until November 1, 2019 and also after that date if you intend to travel interstate with your handgun.

Non-Resident Licenses

Currently the only non-residents who can apply for an Oklahoma SDA License are those that are employed by the military and stationed in Oklahoma. This will all change on November 1, 2019 when the state becomes permitless carry, then any non-resident who is able to carry in their home state will be able to carry in Oklahoma.

Handgun Training

Firearms training for a SDA License consists of 6 hours in the classroom and 2 hours on the firing range. Once completed you will need to submit the original training certificate with your SDA License application. The training certificate will expire after a period of 3 years. After constitutional carry becomes law on November 1, 2019 there will be no requirement for training to carry a handgun. If you can show proof to an instructor that you are exempt then he will issue an exemption certificate. You will then need to supply the original certificate with your SDA License application.

The following persons can apply for an exemption from the full course or in some cases part of the course;
  • A firearms instructor registered with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation for purposes of the Oklahoma Self‑Defense Act;
  • An active duty law enforcement officer of this state or any of its political subdivisions or of the federal government;
  • A retired law enforcement officer authorized by this state pursuant to Section 1289.8 of this title to carry a firearm;
  • A CLEET-certified armed security officer, armed guard, correctional officer, or any other person having a CLEET certification to carry a firearm in the course of their employment;
  • A person on active military duty, National Guard duty or regular military reserve duty who is a legal resident of this state and who is trained and qualified in the use of handguns;
  • A person honorably discharged from active military duty, National Guard duty or military reserves within twenty (20) years preceding the date of the application for a handgun license pursuant to the provisions of the Oklahoma Self‑Defense Act, who is a legal resident of this state, and who has been trained and qualified in the use of handguns;
  • A person retired as a peace officer in good standing from a law enforcement agency located in another state, who is a legal resident of this state, and who has received training equivalent to the training required for CLEET certification in this state; and
  • Any person who is otherwise deemed qualified for a training exemption by CLEET.
Consitutional carry signed into law.

Requirements to qualify for a Oklahoma SDA license

  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • A citizen of the United States
  • You are a resident of Oklahoma State
  • You must have a valid Oklahoma driver license or state photo identification card.
  • You have read and become knowledgeable of the Oklahoma Self Defense Act
  • You have completed an approved firearms training class or obtained an exemption
  • You must not have any convictions for the following offenses;
    • assault and battery, which caused serious physical injury to the victim, or any second or subsequent assault and battery conviction;
    • aggravated assault and battery;
    • stalking;
    • a violation relating to the Protection from Domestic Abuse Act, or any violation of a victim protection order of another state;
    • any conviction relating to illegal drug use or possession; or
    • an act of domestic abuse or domestic assault and battery.
  • Must not have two or more convictions for public intoxication in last 3 years.
  • Must not have 2 or more convictions for Driving Under the Influence and/or Intoxication in last 3 years.
  • You have no significant character defects evidenced by a misdemeanor criminal record indicating habitual criminal activity.
  • Federal Law - Prohibits the following persons

How to apply for a Oklahoma SDA license

Follow these steps to obtain a concealed carry permit
  1. Read the Oklahoma Self Defense Act.
  2. Complete the firearm's safety class or obtain an exemption.
  3. Download the application form or pickup at your local sheriffs office. Applications can also be made online.
  4. You will need the following documents;
  • Firearms training certificate
  • 2 color passport style photos
  • Completed application
  • Drivers license or state ID card
  • Take the application, photos, your drivers license or state ID card and training certificate to the Sheriffs office in the county you reside in.
  • The Sheriff will take your fingerprints.
  • You will be notified by mail if your application has been approved.
  • Handgun License application form
    Online permit application

    How to renew your Oklahoma SDA license

    • Renewals can be made online, by mail or taken directly to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.
    • Renewals can be made within the period begining 90 days before the licenses expiry date.
    • Renewals for licences that expired less than 3 years ago are also accepted, however there is a late fee.
    • If a license has expired more than 3 years ago it cannot be renewed and a new application process must be started.
    • There is no requiredment fo a firearms training course to renew a SDA license.
    • If you mail in your renewal use the standard SDA Licence application form and include two passport photos and the required fee. The mailing address is below;

    Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation
    Self-Defense Act Licensing Unit
    6600 North Harvey Place
    Oklahoma City, OK 73116


    Schedule of fee's for a Oklahoma SDA license

    The Fees in the below table are paid to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.

    Application ConditionsOriginalRenewal
    5 Year License$100$85
    10 Year License$200$170
    Renewal - license expired more than 3 years.
    5 Year License
    $100
    Renewal - license expired more than 3 years.
    10 Year License
    $200
    Instructor
    5 Year License
    $100$100
    Instructor
    10 Year License
    $200$200

    Acccepted forms of payment
    Cashiers Checks, Money Orders, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and Electronic Money transfers. Cash or personal and business checks will not be accepted. Cashiers checks and money orders should be made out to OSBI.

    Note
    An additional fee of $25 for processing your fingerprints and record checks will be charged by the Sheriffs office.


    Essential forms for an Oklahoma SDA license


    Off-limit places in Oklahoma for carrying a firearm

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    Places listed as off limits apply even if you have a Oklahoma license to carry.

    Off-limits

    • Any prison, jail or detention facility
    • Any public or private elementary or public or private secondary school
    • Any sports arena during a professional sporting event
    • Any place where pari-mutuel wagering is authorized by law
    • Any other place specifically prohibited by law
    • Any structure, building, or office space which is owned or leased by a city, town, county, state or federal governmental authority for the purpose of conducting business with the public
    • Under the influence of alcohol or drugs
    • State wild life management area's
    • Any place where the carrying of firearms is prohibited by Federal Law.

    Allowed

    • State park’s – but not in buildings
    • State and national forests – but not in buildings
    • Road side rest areas – but not in buildings
    • Vehicle
    • Any property set aside for the use or parking of any vehicle
    • All areas of the state not listed as Off-Limits

    Oklahoma gun laws & statutes

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    Oklahoma state capitol building
    All the most important Oklahoma gun laws you should be aware of are listed below. Make yourself familiar with these laws before you carry a firearm.

    Summary table

    SubjectHandgunsLong GunsNotes
    Carry permit requiredYesNoPolicy is Shall Issue.
    Purchase permit requiredNoNo
    Registration of firearmNoNo
    Open carry allowedYesNoRequires a carry permit for handguns.
    Background checks on private gun sales requiredNoNo
    Magazine size restrictionNoNo

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    Oklahoma gun laws you need to know

    Vehicle carry

    (With no pistol license)

    NO
    The law states it is illegal to carry a loaded pistol, shotgun or rifle in any vehicle without a firearms license.
    However, any person who is not a felon can carry in a vehicle if the firearm is unloaded and in plain view. 21 O.S. 1289.7

    Open carry

    (With no pistol license)

    NO

    You can only open carry if you have a firearms license or you are from one of the following permitless states - AK, AZ, ID, KS, ME, MS, MO, NH, VT, WV & WY. The minimum age to open carry is 21 years.

    21 O.S. 1290.5

    Must inform officer

    (On contact by law)

    YES

    Oklahoma gun laws say you must immediately inform law enforcement you are carrying a weapon if stopped by them. You are also required to carry your SDA license at all times you are carrying a weapon.

    21 O.S. 1290.8 - Notification to police of gun

    State park carry

    YES

    It is legal to carry in the following areas;

    State Parks:    YES  - Carry in buildings not allowed
    State/National Forests:    YES - Carry in buildings not allowed
    State Game Management Units:    YES - Carry in buildings not allowed
    Road Side Rest Areas:   YES - Carry in buildings not allowed

    No gun signs enforced

    NO

    “No Weapons” signs are not mentioned in Oklahoma gun laws. There are no legal penalties for entering a private property or business that has posted these signs. They have no force of law unless they are posted in areas that are mentioned by the law as being off limits. GunsToCarry recommends that you do not enter a property displaying a “No Weapons" sign whether the law is for or against signage. If asked to leave a property and you refuse to do so then you are breaking the law and put yourself at risk of being charged.

    21 O.S. 1290.22 - Business owners rights

    Restaurant carry

    YES

    Under Oklahoma law if you are carrying a firearm then you cannot enter an establishment who's primary business is selling alcohol. This means that if you are in a restaurant that has a bar area you should not enter that area. Carrying a firearm in an area of a restuarant where food is being consumed and is the primary business is legal.

    The penalty for carrying a fiream into an establishment that sells alcohol as their primary business is a felony with up to 2 years in prison.

    21 O.S. 1272.1

    Constitutional carry

    YES

    Constitutional carry was signed into law on February 27, 2019 by Governor Kevin Stitt. However, it does not become effective until November 1, 2019.

    "The right of a citizen to keep and bear arms in defense of his home, person, or property, or in aid of the civil power, when thereunto legally summoned, shall never be prohibited, but nothing herein contained shall prevent the legislature from regulating the carrying of weapons."
    (art. 2 § 26)

    Off-limit statutes


    Other CCW statutes


    Miscellaneous laws


    History of Oklahoma gun laws

    1995

    Oklahoma changes from a May Issue to a Shall Issue state.
     

    2012

    Open and concealed carry for persons with a firearms license becomes lawful.
     

    2019

    Constitutional carry is signed into law by Govenor Stitt on February 27 and becomes effective on November 1, 2019.
     

    Oklahoma licensing offices

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    The office of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation will accept renewal applications. New SDA license applications must be processed through the Sheriffs office in your county of residence.

    Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation

    Contact


    Address 6600 North Harvey Place

    CityOklahoma City, OK 73116

    Phone (405) 879-2690

    Hours


    Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm

    Saturday Closed

    Sunday Closed


    FAQ on Oklahoma gun laws


    The research

    Disclaimer

    The information contained on this page is not legal advice but is merely a starting point for your own research. It is up to you to decide what the best course of action is for your circumstances. We are not lawyers, if you'd like individualized legal advice, we'd be happy to refer you to some law practices with known firearm specializations. It is crucial that you understand the law before you carry a firearm. Also, remember that just because a statute may clearly say one thing or another, that doesn't mean all members of law enforcement know it. That also goes for lawyers and even judges too.

    Comments

    1. Can you have a conceal carry license at 18 or own a handgun at 18

    2. How long do i have to live in Oklahoma before applying for permit.

    3. Y’all gonna update the Oklahoma gun laws page anytime soon? It’s been nearly a year since it was last messed with. It’s also been over four months since our constitutional carry began. Would love to know the law changes, especially in our reciprocity.

    4. Looking at attending a university in Oklahoma for my graduate degree and I’m curious what are the laws on carrying on campus if you are licensed to carry?

    5. I have bought a gun legally, went to a concealed carry class but got a dui shortly after. Am not felon amd.have paid off all fines.. Can i carry my pistol qhen this law is enacted? And how can i carry it in my truck?

    6. Does OK’s definition of “unloaded” mean empty chamber w/ full magazine?

    7. I currently have a permit to carry in California but will be jumping on the wagon train out of the state and coming to Oklahoma next month. I know I will have to apply for a permit in Oklahoma as I will be doing interstate travel, Is there an exemption to the firearms training and background checks since I have already done them in California or do I have to do them over again in Oklahoma?

      1. I had one that was valid in TX and I had to do everything over again in OK

      2. No you will have to go through all classes and training in oklahoma to get a permit but come nov 1st we will be a constitutional carry state

    8. Still need a license as of now. Had a Army guy in the SDA class I took and brought up, going through the military there was a lot of paper work involved in the process. And much less hassle just to take the class

    9. I’m from WA state and have a CCP. However, I also have a permanent resident green card since 1989. I’m in the process of becoming a US citizen, hopefully before the 2020 elections. I maybe moving to OK state to get far, far away from the communist ways in WA. At the moment, my WA CCP is honored in OK state. If I move to Oklahoma, would I have the same rights to a CCP as I have now in the state of WA?

      1. As long as you can pass an OSBI background check. As of November 1, 2019 Oklahoma will become a constitutional carry state which means no permit of any kind will be required as long as the firearm meets state and federal regulations . Tax stamps are required here.

    10. If I get a medical marijuana card wil jeopardize my Ok concealed carry license?

      1. Yes as it stands you can not have a permit if you have a MMC . or anyone that lives in your home. But that is being challenged. In the courts

        1. Actually according to Oklahoma gun laws you can live with a person with an MMC but you yourself would be in violation & required by law to surrender your SDA license to the OSBI once you yourself is awarded an MMC.

      2. That’s been taken care of. Contact Don Spencer of the OK2A association for more info.

    11. the permit fee ‘s go from 10 dollars all the way to 340 dollars depending on the state wow
      what a wide difference on the poor but law abiding citizen with all the criminals out there packing daily

    12. what are the caliber restrictions with the new Constitutional Carry Law in Oklahoma ? ? is it still nothing larger than a .45 ?

      1. There are no weapon or caliber restrictions with exception of the same that would prohibit ownership.

    13. There is an error above. OSBI processes and issues the licenses. Initial submission is taken to local sheriff and you are then fingerprinted, but it goes on to OSBI.

      1. The rule is 51% —if a restaurant’s/business revenue is 51% or more then you cannot carry, if less, then you can. However, there are prohibitions about being intoxicated as well.

        1. 51% from alcohol sales then no; if less than 51% of alcohol sales then okay.

      2. The main revenue source must not be from alcohol sales, and cannot be taken into the liquor areas. Meaning you can take it into a restaurant that serves drinks, but cannot take it into the bar area.

    14. Going to visit OK Havre TX permit What places are statutorily off limits? Hotels? Horse track?

      Thanks

    15. So since im not felon and i had been charged for a gun before all this and plead gulity to it and had it misdermeters can i get a gun if it expunged

      1. YES, IT COVERS BOTH. AS OF NOVEMBER 1ST. 2019 OKLAHOMA RESIDENTS WILL NO LONGER REQUIRE A CARRY PERMIT TO CONCEALED OR OPEN CARRY. CONSTITUTIONAL CARRY WAS SIGNED INTO LAW 02.27.2019

        1. Wrong. It was passsd but they can not conceal it. It’s strictly open carry.

    16. I live in Missouri and I read somewhere that Oklahoma will honor my constitutional carry as long as I have a valid id. Is that true? I lost the link and can’t find any info on it anywhere else.

      1. Yes it is. However, I always recommend checking with the Law Enforcement Agency responsible for CCW in the state you’re traveling to. Here in Oklahoma, that’s the OSBI:

        405-848-6724

      1. As long as you legally own that firearm. You do not need training and/or a permit to open carry.

      2. No it’s not a law yet don’t listen Cameron. He’s from MDA and is trying to get you arrested.

      3. Not until November 1st of this year. It will become a law then. As long as you’re not a felon you will be able to open carry. Don’t listen to Cameron. It is not a law yet. 8 more months then you’ll be aloud to do so.

        1. with all these insane people shooting I am almost ready to pay money to but it take 3 months to process so that’s definitely a wast of money

    17. Is it legal to have shotgun shells in arm rest and unloaded shotgun(opened shaft) in the truck

      1. This was dated September 16, 2018. ” Except where otherwise permitted by law, Oklahoma prohibits the transportation of a loaded handgun, rifle or shotgun in a “landborne” motor vehicle over a public highway or roadway. However, any person (except a convicted felon) may transport a rifle or shotgun clip or magazine loaded (not chamber loaded) if it is in an exterior locked compartment of the vehicle, in the trunk, or in the interior compartment of the vehicle. Any person (except a convicted felon) May transport a rifle or shotgun in a motor vehicle if the firearm is concealed behind a seat or within the interior of the vehicle, and it and is not clip, magazine or chamber loaded. Furthermore, any person except a (convicted felon) may transport a rifle, shotgun or handgun, unloaded and open (meaning in plain view, a firearm case, a gun rack, an exterior locked compartment, or trunk) in a motor vehicle at any time.

    18. My wife did her CHL training in texas but we’re residents of oklahoma. Can she get her oklahoma CHL issued with her texas training certification?

      1. TX and OK have reciprocity so she can use hers there but she can’t get her CHL there unless she takes the class over. This was based on early 2018 laws.

    19. So I see that it says you can’t carry in WMA but I talked to a local game warden and he said as long as you have a license you can

      1. You can carry in a state WMA, with a CCW permit. You have to scroll the state hunting regs to find it as the general rule says no loaded firearms in vehicles , etc. The WMAs have lots of restrictions, like you cannot even drive through unless you have a hunting or fishing license or buy a conservation permit. I have met with Game Wardens many times, and as required immediately disclose I am carrying. They check my hunting license but I do not every recall them asking for the CCW permit. It’s no big deal here.

    20. Coming to visit my son in Okla. I live in Ga. I do have a CCW for the state of Ga. Will I be braking the law if I visit and have it in my vehicle.

        1. There are a few exceptions, Massachusetts does not accept Oklahoma nor does California. Be sure to do your research before traveling.

      1. Oklahoma does honor GA’s CCW. Remember to notify officers immediately and carry your CCW license while carrying.

    21. Going to move to Oklahoma in 6 months or so, Will a retired police ID qualify as an exemption?

      1. Contact CLEET (Council on Law Enforcement, Education, and Training) about getting a retired law enforcement officer permit. I have one.

      2. Barry you might look into LEOSA as well. According to LEOSA, as long as you meet the qualifications as either active Law Enforcement or Retired Law Enforcement, you are allowed by federal law to carry concealed in any state or jurisdiction, irregardless of any local or state law. I would, however, be mindful of NJ and their ‘interpretation’ of LEOSA, lol.

      3. LEOSA says your retired ID, plus proof that you have qualified within the last 12 months, allows you to carry in any state and preempts state laws. CLEET told me just to contact the local PD and they could give me a list of approved instructors. They must be certified law enforcement firearms instructor. Also, I do not believe that CLEET issues retired credentials to out of state officers, but I could be wrong.

      1. I believe that it’s extremely illegal to have any firearm with no S/N on it in every state

        1. Hum, there are homebrew firearms made from plastic that don’t require a serial number.

          1. 80% lowers do not require a serial number. However, once it is capable of firing ammunition, you are required by federal law to get a SN issued for that weapon.

            1. It is my understanding that a home made gun does not require a serial number. I’m not talking about a receiver you order online and build in to a gun, I’m talking about a home made gun.

            2. https://www.atf.gov/firearms/qa/does-individual-need-license-make-firearm-personal-use

              No, a license is not required to make a firearm solely for personal use. However, a license is required to manufacture firearms for sale or distribution. The law prohibits a person from assembling a non–sporting semiautomatic rifle or shotgun from 10 or more imported parts, as well as firearms that cannot be detected by metal detectors or x–ray machines. In addition, the making of an NFA firearm requires a tax payment and advance approval by ATF.

              [18 U.S.C. 922(o), (p) and (r); 26 U.S.C. 5822; 27 CFR 478.39, 479.62 and 479.105]

        1. Actually, there are lots of old firearms that came without serial numbers. State law may require a serial number but federal does not. It is a federal crime to remove a serial number.

    22. I have a CCW permit from North Carolina, is that considered to be “permit/license” to carry loaded in a vehicle?

    23. OK CCW law is racist, all other states in the lower 48 permit Green Card holders to have a CCW. The handful of legal permanent residents in the USA are more heavily vetted than FBI agents; I will just bring my Tennessee permit with me. Mary Fallin may be a RINO, very endangered species in US politics; suggest y’all vote for Bernie, at least he is an honest communist

      1. Does anyone want anyone out there that doesn’t have any clue as to what they are doing w/a gun to be carrying? I believe that a training course should be in place. Something that proves that that person has had training on that particular gun & the laws that one should know. If this was a part of that bill, just maybe Fallin would have signed. W/o any training, that law would have been stupid to start with in the first place! I’m still in wonder that others would want dumb &/or ignorant people carrying a handgun? REALLY? To know when to pull & when not to? Ignorance is not a good quality w/a handgun! Just think about it. I’d want that person beside me to know what they are doing w/that thing! If it comes w/instructions, they need to be read & understood, with someone w/a certificate for training, (that they’ve completed!), would have made that bill a bit stronger.
        I have a hard time trying to understand why anyone would have tried to put through a bill like that one w/o any training courses to be taken to make sure that each that is carrying knows the how to & what to do.
        Nuph said. I thank everyone for their time & patience w/an old fart!
        Zeddicuss

        1. Last I checked we have a Republic. Not a Democracy. Do some research on the difference

          1. The Government we have is a Democracy, did you not Vote. If Hillary Clinton were to become President some day, then you can say we have a Republic.

            1. Apparently you didn’t do the research. David is correct; we are and have been a Constitutional Republic since the Constitution was signed and put into effect. You are also incorrect about Hillary Clinton; she would have tried to form a dictatorship.

            2. Obama was the dictator who ruled through presidential fiat (executive order) whenever he could. Donald’s been taking away Obama’s dumb executive orders and taking government restrictions off our backs. It doesn’t get any less dictatorial than that.

            3. Umm, no. Are you allowed to go to work & keep your wages? YES Is there a time that you must be inside? NO Can the government come & move in w/o your permission? NO Are you still allowed to own weapons? YES Do you still have the ability to make comments like you did? YES = PRETTY FAR OFF FROM A DICTATORSHIP!

      2. That isn’t racist at all. The law applies equally to all persons of all races who do not have citizenship. England, Somalia, Nicaragua, Russia, China…if you aren’t a citizen, then you’re not getting issued a CCW permit.

    24. Did Oklahoma just pass a Constitutional Carry Law? Im asking on 26April 2018.

      1. The bill must be approved by the Senate next week and then Mary Fallin must sign it before it becomes law. (as for today)

      2. If the Governor signs it, it may not be immediately a law so you need to check the effective date on this when she signs it

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