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California Lawmakers Passes Firearm Safety Bill

California Lawmakers Passes Firearm Safety Bill  SACRAMENTO, Calif. —California lawmakers on Friday acted on bills that tackle firearm safety and add rules for ammunition sales. The Senate unanimously passed SB505 by Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, D-Santa Barbara. It would require officers to search [more]

Poll Shows Continued Support for Firearm Background Checks

Poll Shows Continued Support for Firearm Background Checks  SEATTLE, WA - A newly conducted poll among Washington voters shows strong support for a ballot that would require background checks for all gun sales across the state. Initiative 594, which requires background checks for [more]

New Gun Safety Group for Sensible Gun Laws

New Gun Safety Group for Sensible Gun Laws  For years, the National Rifle Association (NRA) has remained unchallenged in both strength and influence. Initially a hunting club, its founding members created the organization in 1871 to support hunting, marksmanship and to promote responsible [more]

FBI No Background Check for Pot Dealers

FBI No Background Check for Pot Dealers  OLYMPIA, Wash. - Individuals interested in getting into the marijuana business do not go through background checks. The FBI's refusal of the checks would apparently complicate the efforts taken by the state to keep criminals [more]

Fears of Strict Gun Control Sets 2013 Gun Check Record

Fears of Strict Gun Control Sets 2013 Gun Check Record  The number of background checks for 2013 grew by almost 2 million compared to the figures in 2012. According to Breitbart News, the number of checks reached 21,093,273 for firearm purchasers. Researchers believe that fears [more]

Advice from Gun Shops to Holiday Gun Buyers

Advice from Gun Shops to Holiday Gun Buyers With Christmas just around the corner, people are now making their wish list of presents to purchase. If you have checked your list twice and a gun is part of that list, then you might [more]



Oklahoma Background Check and Gun Laws

When carrying a firearm with a concealed carry license, the handgun must be completely concealed. Under Oklahoma State Laws it is illegal to carry a handgun larger than .45 caliber pursuant to the Oklahoma Self-Defense Act (licensed concealed carry).
 
When purchasing a handgun you must pass an Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation background check. This could take 10 minutes or up to 7 days. There is no limit on the amount of handguns you can purchase.

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