SB 7 | 30th Legislature, First Regular Session (1971)
An Act permitting purchase of firearms by residents of this state in other states in conformance with the federal gun control act of 1968, and amending title 13, chapter 3, article 7, Arizona Revised Statutes, by adding section 13-924.
Role of Senator O'Connor: Co-sponsor
Signed into law: April 9, 1971
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70 LAWS OF ARIZONA
Senate Bill 7 AN ACT
RELATING TO CRIMES; PERMITTING PURCHASE OF FIRE ARMS BY RESIDENTS OF THIS STATE IN OTHER STATES IN CONFORMANCE WITH THE FEDERAL GUN CONTROL ACT OF 1968, AND AMENDING TITLE 13, CHAPTER 3, ARTICLE 7, ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES, BY ADDING SECTION 13-924.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona:
Section 1. Title 13, chapter 3, article 7, Arizona Revised Sta tutes, is amended by adding section 13-924, to read:
13-924. FIREARM PURCHASE IN OTHER STATES
A PERSON RESIDING IN THIS STATE, OR A CORPOR ATION OR OTHER BUSINESS ENTITY MAINTAINING A PLACE OF BUSINESS IN THIS STATE, MAY PURCHASE OR OTHERWISE OBTAIN FIREARMS ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES IF SUCH PURCHASE OR ACQUISITION FULLY COMPLIES WITH THE LAWS OF THIS STATE AND THE STATE IN WHICH THE PURCHASE OR ACQUISITION IS MADE AND THE PURCHASER AND SELLER, PRIOR TO THE SALE OR DELIVERY FOR SALE, HAVE COMPLIED WITH ALL THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE FEDERAL GUN CONTROL ACT OF 1968, PUBLIC LAW 90-618, SECTION 922, SUBSECTION (C) AND THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULA TIONS, VOLUME 26, SECTION 178.96, SUBSECTION (C).
FOR PURPOSES OF THIS SECTION, ALL TERMS ARE TO BE GIVEN THE MEANING PRESCRIBED BY THE FED ERAL GUN CONTROL ACT OF 1968, PUBLIC LAW 90- 618, SECTION 921.
Sec. 2. EMERGENCY
To preserve the public peace, health and safety it is necessary that this act become immediately operative. It is therefore declared to be an emergency measure, to take effect as provided by law.
Approved by the Governor-April 9, 1971
Filed in the Office of the Secretary of State-April 9, 1971
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