Originally posted by whatukno
reply to post by thisguyrighthere
Amazingly it appears gun laws are only enforced in blue states. They certainly weren't in Arizona.
How would YOU know, YOU don't even know what our laws are in reference to carrying a hand gun. Here let me help you out , I've replied to you before
in other threads and I know you don't do Google Searches.
Here is a quick run down for you on our laws here in the Great State Of Arizona.
And by the way, for your information, the system works, it's the loser's like that Sheriff that didn't do their job.
This punk kid, past the background checks, no one knew he was listening to voices in his head.
Here you go, whatukno, I'll post a link for you, even though I know you won't read it: www.suite101.com...
Now, Try and read this and do your home work alittle before running your mouth about the Great State Of Arizona.
•No permit is necessary to purchase these firearms
•No registration is required
•No licensing of owners of handguns is required
•There is a permit necessary to carry a handgun
•It is illegal to sell or give a minor a firearm, or any ammunition, without written consent from the minor's parents or legal guardian
•It is also illegal to sell or transfer a firearm to a prohibited possessor (see below)
•A person who is deemed to be a danger to himself or others by court order, and whose court order has not been dismissed or terminated
•A person who has been convicted of a felony involving a deadly weapon and violence, and whose rights to possession of a firearm have not been
•A person who is currently serving imprisonment in a correctional or detention facility
•A person who is currently under probation for domestic violence, a felony offense, or any other cause for court-ordered probation
•It is no longer illegal to carry a concealed firearm in Arizona
•It is illegal to carry a firearm at a public event or public establishment if the carrier has been asked by the operator of the establishment or
the sponsor of the event to remove his or her firearm. This does not apply to shooting ranges or shooting events
•It is illegal, unless specifically authorized by law, to enter a polling station on the day of an election with a firearm
•It is unlawful to carry a weapon at a grade or high school. However, this does not apply if the firearm is carried by an adult in a vehicle, and if
it is unloaded and not visible while in the vehicle
edit on 14-1-2011 by guohua because: spelling
edit on 14-1-2011 by guohua because: Make sure that was the correct link for you