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  2. Gun laws in the United States by state - Wikipedia

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    Gun laws in the United States regulate the sale, possession, and use of firearms and ammunition.State laws (and the laws of the District of Columbia and of the U.S. territories) vary considerably, and are independent of existing federal firearms laws, although they are sometimes broader or more limited in scope than the federal laws.

  3. Gun laws in California - Wikipedia

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    Gun laws in California regulate the sale, possession, and use of firearms and ammunition in the state of California in the United States. [1] [2] The gun laws of California are some of the most restrictive in the United States. A five-year Firearm Safety Certificate, obtained by paying a $25 fee, submission of applicant data to the state, and ...

  4. Gun laws in Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    When purchasing a long gun in a private sale, the buyer is exempt from obtaining a background check. When purchasing a handgun in a private sale, the buyer is legally required to complete a firearm transfer at a federally licensed dealer. There is a $2 fee for the instant check and a $3 firearm sale surcharge to cover telephone costs.

  5. Gun laws in Oregon - Wikipedia

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    Gun laws in Oregon. Gun laws in Oregon regulate the manufacture, sale, possession, and use of firearms and ammunition in the state of Oregon in the United States. In the November 8, 2022 general election, voters approved Oregon Ballot Measure 114, with about 50.6% voting in favor and 49.4% opposed. [1] The measure creates a new permit that ...

  6. Gun laws in Michigan - Wikipedia

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    Gun laws in Michigan regulate the sale, possession, and use of firearms and ammunition in the U.S. state of Michigan. [1] [2] The State of Michigan has numerous laws concerning the ownership and the carrying of firearms. Generally, federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, and agents thereof acting in an official capacity, are exempt ...

  7. GunBroker.com - Wikipedia

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    Established in 1999, GunBroker.com is one of the world's largest online marketplace for firearms. GunBroker.com was founded by Steven F. Urvan after eBay started restricting gun sales. Urvan ran the company until it was acquired by Ammo, Inc in 2021. At the closing of merger, it had $60 million in revenue and 6 million registered users.

  8. Gyrojet - Wikipedia

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    Sights. Iron sights. The Gyrojet is a family of unique firearms developed in the 1960s named for the method of gyroscopically stabilizing its projectiles. Rather than inert bullets, Gyrojets fire small rockets called Microjets which have little recoil and do not require a heavy barrel or chamber to resist the pressure of the combustion gases.

  9. Gun laws in South Carolina - Wikipedia

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    South Carolina gun laws. South Carolina is a "shall issue" concealed carry permit state. No permit is required to purchase rifles, shotguns, or handguns. South Carolina also has "Castle Doctrine" legal protection of the use of deadly force against intruders into one's home, business, or car. [3] It is unlawful to carry a firearm onto private or ...