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    Laws - View Law: GUNS & WEAPONS


    Guns & Firearms:

    Laws are set to protect kids and adults when dangerous instruments are involved. This applies to driving a car as well as to possession of guns. In Arizona, the law states that kids under the age of 18 are not allowed to carry guns. (ARS 13-3111). This law also provides some exceptions where kids are allowed to have and use a gun under certain restricted conditions. For example, a kid can carry a gun if he or she is with a parent, grandparent, qualified hunter, safety instructor, or qualified firearms safety instructor as long as there is permission from a parent or guardian. When involved in lawful hunting or shooting events or marksmanship practice, kids between the ages of 14 and 18 are allowed to be in possession of a firearm.(ARS 13-3111). Because there are many exceptions and details in this statute, you may want to read the law or consult a gun expert or lawyer before actually possessing a firearm.

    Deadly Weapons:

    Arizona Law (ARS 13-3101) says that a Deadly weapon is anything that is designed for lethal use, including a firearm.

    It is against Arizona law to carry a firearm or any deadly weapon on a school campus. (ARS 13-3102)


    Comments
    11 thru 15 of 94 comments     1   2  [ 3 ]  4   5  ...   
    On 11/25/08
    danny from MO said:
    my hole family grew up around guns and nun of my family shot up eney schools it is the spoiled brats that has never seen a gun so thy just want to shoot every one because thy have a little stress because thy did not get that new i-pod i go deer hunting you know and it is abuse of are right to bear arms win some spoiled brat dose go and shoot's some place up that is not suppose to be shot up take them to hunter's ed classes so that the kids can be smarter about firearms that is what hunter's ed is about is firearms safety i hate kids the abuse are American rights
    On 09/30/08
    britt from TX said:
    can you go to prison if you shoot a girl in the butt with an air soft gun , but the gurl dont press charges
    On 09/30/08
    joshua from SC said:
    kids should not speak of guns because they will get into alot of trobel so parents should hide there protection an not show it to there kids thats some growing up for some people
    On 08/21/08
    michae from AZ said:
    is smashing up cactus's illegal beacuase i shot my cactus with an AIRSOFT GUN << not illegal and cops showed to my house and spent 1 day in prison
    On 08/19/08
    smb from AZ said:
    Yes you can be arrested and booked without your parents being notified. Parents will be notified once the subject is at the detention facility either by the officer or the detention personel.
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