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The below questions and answers are deed to provide general information to the public. Additional general information can be found at the website of the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives: www. Links :. Printer Friendly version. Yes; unless the possession is in direct connection with lawful hunting or a lawful organized athletic or sport shooting event. In Alaska, anyone who is 21 years of age or older and legally allowed to possess a firearm is permitted to carry the firearm concealed without a permit.

The law requires Guns of alaska to immediately inform the officer that you are in possession of the firearm; failure to do so is a criminal offense. You can contact the Canadian Firearms information Office at for information about possessing firearms and ammunition in Canada.

Yes, unless the terms of the pardon provide that the prohibition on possessing firearms and ammunition is to remain in effect. Convictions for felony offenses against persons trigger life time prohibitions which cannot be lifted by anything other than the granting of a pardon.

Prohibitions arising from other felony convictions are lifted as a matter of law after the expiration Guns of alaska a period of 10 years following unconditional discharge from probation and parole. The conviction and resulting prohibition remains in effect unless and until a court later issues a separate order expressly "setting aside the conviction. Juvenile adjudications have the same effect as adult convictions regarding firearm possession in Alaska. United StatesS. The prohibition is for a lifetime, and cannot be lifted by anything other than the granting of a pardon.

Convictions for Alaska misdemeanor offenses, other than domestic violence assault or domestic violence reckless endangerment, do not trigger firearm prohibitions. Prohibitions arising from domestic violence assault convictions are lifetime prohibitions.

A State Governor or the President of the United States granting a pardon for a domestic violence assault conviction — with the terms of the pardon not restricting the right to possess firearms or ammunition — would lift the prohibition arising from that conviction. Prohibitions arising Guns of alaska the issuance of court orders, including domestic violence protective orders, are dependent on Guns of alaska terms of the order.

Prohibitions arising from domestic violence protective orders remain in effect indefinitely unless later expressly dissolved by separate court order. Black powder guns that meet the federal definition of being "antique firearms" are not classified as firearms and therefore may be lawfully possessed by persons prohibited from possessing firearms.

Black powder for use in antique firearms in Guns of alaska with sporting, recreational or cultural purposes is not classified as ammunition and may be possessed in a quantity not to exceed 50 pounds by persons prohibited from possessing ammunition. Toggle. Am I prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska due to my having plead guilty or no contest, or had a jury or judge return a verdict of guilty, in any court — juvenile or adult — to any offense for which the maximum potential jail sentence was more than one year? Am I prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska - due to my being subject to a domestic violence protective order, or any other court order, that prohibits the possession of a firearm and ammunition?

Am I prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska due to my being - subject to a domestic violence protective order? Am I prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in an Alaska residence at which a person will be present who has plead guilty or no contest, or had a jury or judge return a verdict of guilty, in any court — juvenile or adult — to any offense for which the maximum potential jail sentence was more than one year?

Am I prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska due to my being currently charged with any offense, felony or misdemeanor, in any jurisdiction federal, state, county, local, or foreign outside of the State of Alaska?

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Am I prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska due to my using any marijuana? Am I prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska due to my using any controlled substance - including but not limited to depressants, stimulants, or narcotics — other than that prescribed for you to use by a medical doctor? Am I prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska due to a judge or jury finding me mentally incompetent or to suffer from a mental defect or disease?

Am I prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska due to a judge or jury committing me to Guns of alaska mental health institution or facility? Am I prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska due to my illegally or unlawfully being in the United States? Am I prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska due to my not being a citizen of the United States and not admitted for permanent residence? Am I prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska Guns of alaska to my having been dishonorably discharged from the armed forces?

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Am I prohibited from possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska due to my renouncing my United States citizenship? Am I prohibited from possessing on my person firearms and ammunition in Alaska any time I Guns of alaska under the influence of alcohol? Am I prohibited from possessing on my person firearms and ammunition in Alaska any time I am under the influence of any controlled substance - including but not limited to marijuana, depressants, stimulants, or narcotics — other than that prescribed for you to use by a medical doctor?

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Am I prohibited from possessing on my person firearms and ammunition in Alaska any time I am under the influence of any drug that is impairing my mental or physical functioning? Do I need a permit to carry a firearm concealed in Alaska?

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Do I need to do anything special when I am carrying concealed in Alaska and I come into contact with a law enforcement officer? What is the law regarding possessing firearms and ammunition in Canada? Does Alaska recognize pardons issued by other Guns of alaska for offenses which occur in the other states when the individual is a resident of Alaska?

Is a person's right to possess firearms and ammunition in Alaska restored by the Governor of the State of Alaska issuing a pardon for the offense which triggered the prohibition?

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Does a Presidential pardon for a federal offense which triggered a prohibition restore a person's right to possess firearms Guns of alaska ammunition in Alaska? Does Alaska recognize a restoration of firearm rights given by another state? No, except that Alaska does recognize pardons issue by the Governors of other states. How Guns of alaska firearm rights restored in Alaska for felony offenses? Does Alaska recognize United States Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives relief from disabilities, issued pursuant to 18 USC cas lifting any federal prohibition against possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska?

Does a felony offense for which a person received a suspended imposition of sentence "SIS" prohibit the person from possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska? Do juvenile adjudications for felony offenses trigger the prohibition against possessing firearms and ammunition in Alaska?

Is there any difference regarding the ability to lawfully possess firearms and ammunition if a conviction resulted from a plea of guilty, plea of no contest, plea of "nolo contendere," finding of guilty by a judge, or finding of guilty by a jury? All have the same effect.

Does a domestic violence assault, having a mental state element of intentional, knowing or reckless, misdemeanor conviction or a domestic violence reckless endangerment conviction trigger a prohibition for me to possess firearms and ammunition in Alaska? How are firearm rights restored in Alaska for misdemeanor offenses? State of Alaska Department of Public Safety.

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