It depends on the state law in the state you live in. In most states you will need a concealed weapon permit. So long as you have a CWP you should be fine, not the best for personal protection, but it will work.
There are no laws for black powder pistols in ct buy it, load it, carry it, perfectly legal to do so. People saying you cant dont know squat about ct laws, they are morons telling you lies..............
Yes, it is.
NO, it is NOT legal to do so.
In the state of Missouri Its perfectly legal to hunt with a black powder rifle during deer season. In all counties
The BATFE website has the answer.
Yes they are legal in the state of Florida if you don't conceal them. If you conceal it you need a conceal carry permit. Yes the same permit that you use for handguns. I hope I could help.
First, is it legal to own a black powder cannon anywhere in the U.S.? Muzzleloading cannons built prior to 1898 and replicas are legal under Federal law. Second, is it legal to own a black powder cannon in Oregon? I can find no specific prohibition in Oregon statutes or caselaw. Of course, I would recommend speaking with an Oregon attorney prior to actually buying one.
Answer I would recommend you check with you local State laws. Years and years ago, I was licensed to carry a firearm in the State of Massachusetts. At that time, they told me the license was to carry the ammo and NOT the gun. But the law may have changed since then.
Where is NH?
No. They are legal in the USA
Black powder guns are not federally controlled and can be shipped by mail to you. There are a few places (mostly major cities that do restrict black powder, it is always best to check with local law enforcement first. You don't need a yard full of black suburbans and guys in jumpsuits.
I wouldn't try that. Get a permit.
Assuming you are of legal age to purchase, black powder or smokeless powder for reloading can be purchased from gun shops. Yes, proof of age is required.
it is legal for the most part. if you are using it for non malicious purposes then it is completely fine. NOTE: MAKEING SMOKE GRENADESFOR PAINBALL AND SUCH IS LEGAL BUT MAKING BLACK POWDER IS NOT!
Well considering that there is no such place as new zeadland I wouldn't know
You need a lawyer for a current, legal and correct answer.
Yes, it is illegal to carry a handgun on or about your person without a license (other than in your vehicle if you meet the "requirements"). But a black powder firearms is not considered a firearms under Texas law.
You need to ask a lawyer who is familiar with firearms law.
Nope. For legal purposes, the State of Oklahoma considers a firearm any weapon that discharges a projectile through the use of gunpowder, gas, or any means of rocket propulsion, so black powder guns are in the same legal category as any other firearm.
yes to own legal to carry illegal to conceal carry example in your pocket so get a holster for it
No Dumby!!!!!!! Yes as long as you don't live in NY, MA, NJ, MI, or IL
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yes its illegal either way if you are a student or not
Upon installing the cylinder you have, according to the law (or at least the ATF), manufactured a firearm. So the simple answer is "No". It is not legal for a felon to own a firearm (gun) and once you install a conversion cylinder that pistol is no longer a "non-gun" black powder pistol.