SB 457 Modifies provisions relating to the transfer of concealable weapons and removes the permitting requirements for such weapons
Sponsor: Purgason
LR Number: 2006S.01I Fiscal Note: 2006-01
Committee: Judiciary and Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence
Last Action: 2/26/2007 - SCS Voted Do Pass w/ SCS/SBs 457 & 217 S Judiciary and Civil & Criminal Jurisprudence Committee (2006S.02C) Journal Page:
Title: Calendar Position:
Effective Date: August 28, 2007

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Current Bill Summary

SCS/SBs 457 & 217 - This act makes state restrictions on the transfer of concealable firearms identical to certain federal restrictions. The penalty for an illegal transfer of concealable firearms is reduced from a class A misdemeanor to an infraction punishable by a fine of not more than $100. The permit requirement for the purchase of a concealable firearm is repealed.

These provisions of the act are identical to HB 462 (2007) and SB 457 (2007) and are similar to certain provisions of CCS/HCS/SCS/SBs 62 & 41 (2007) & HB 462 (2007).

This act repeals the provision of law allowing political subdivisions to have ordinances that regulate the open carrying of firearms or discharge of firearms within a jurisdiction unless in conformity with state law.

This provision of the act is identical to SB 217 (2007).