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Arizona laws that affect gun ownership, firearm possession, ability to carry firearms

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Published on 15 Mar 2023 / In Firearms

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Arizona laws that affect gun ownership

1912 - Arizona Statehood: Upon becoming a state, Arizona adopted the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment, which protects the right to bear arms.

1913 - Concealed carry permit law: Arizona became the first state to require a permit for concealed carry of firearms.

1934 - National Firearms Act (NFA): This federal law regulates the manufacture, sale, and possession of machine guns, short-barreled rifles, short-barreled shotguns, suppressors, and other firearms deemed by the government to be particularly dangerous.

1968 - Gun Control Act (GCA): This federal law regulates the firearms industry and prohibits certain groups of people, such as convicted felons, from owning firearms.

1994 - Assault Weapons Ban: This federal law prohibited the manufacture, sale, and possession of certain firearms deemed to be "assault weapons."

1994, Arizona became shall-issue

2010 - Constitutional Carry: Arizona became the third state to adopt a "constitutional carry" law, allowing residents to carry concealed weapons without a permit.

2011 - Castle Doctrine: This law expanded the rights of self-defense, allowing residents to use deadly force in certain situations to protect themselves and their property.

2019 - Safe Schools Act: This law allows some school employees to carry firearms on campus with proper training and certification.

2021 - Second Amendment Sanctuary: This law declares that the state of Arizona will not comply with federal laws and regulations that infringe on the right to keep and bear arms as protected by the Second Amendment.

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