Oklahoma Firearm Bill of Sale Form

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An Oklahoma Firearm bill of sale is considered a legal document that proves the sale and purchase of a firearm occurred in Oklahoma according to all applicable laws of the state. This document may be perceived as added protection to both parties inasmuch as there are no licensing laws in Oklahoma for firearm purchase or ownership. The form contains information about the seller, the buyer, the change of ownership, and the identifying factors of the firearm. This document does not have to be notarized.

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Privately Selling a Firearm

Oklahoma does not have any laws pertaining to the private sales of firearms between private citizens.

Prohibited from Buying

In accordance with OK Stat § 21-1283, the following persons are prohibited from purchasing and owning a firearm in the state of Oklahoma:

  • Except as provided in subsection B of this section, it shall be unlawful for any person convicted of any felony in any court of this state or of another state or of the United States to have in his or her possession or under his or her immediate control, or in any vehicle which the person is operating, or in which the person is riding as a passenger, or at the residence where the convicted person resides, any pistol, imitation or homemade pistol, altered air or toy pistol, machine gun, sawed-off shotgun or rifle, or any other dangerous or deadly firearm.
  • Any person who has previously been convicted of a nonviolent felony in any court of this state or of another state or of the United States, and who has received a full and complete pardon from the proper authority and has not been convicted of any other felony offense which has not been pardoned, shall have restored the right to possess any firearm or other weapon prohibited by subsection A of this section, the right to apply for and carry a handgun, concealed or unconcealed, pursuant to the Oklahoma Self-Defense Act or as otherwise permitted by law, and the right to perform the duties of a peace officer, gunsmith, and for firearms repair.
  • It shall be unlawful for any person serving a term of probation for any felony in any court of this state or of another state or of the United States or under the jurisdiction of any alternative court program to have in his or her possession or under his or her immediate control, or at his or her residence, or in any passenger vehicle which the person is operating or is riding as a passenger, any pistol, shotgun or rifle, including any imitation or homemade pistol, altered air or toy pistol, shotgun or rifle, while such person is subject to supervision, probation, parole or inmate status.
  • It shall be unlawful for any person previously adjudicated as a delinquent child or a youthful offender for the commission of an offense, which would have constituted a felony offense if committed by an adult, to have in the possession of the person or under the immediate control of the person, or have in any vehicle which he or she is driving or in which the person is riding as a passenger, or at the residence of the person, any pistol, imitation or homemade pistol, altered air or toy pistol, machine gun, sawed-off shotgun or rifle, or any other dangerous or deadly firearm within ten (10) years after such adjudication; provided, that nothing in this subsection shall be construed to prohibit the placement of the person in a home with a full-time duly appointed peace officer who is certified by the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) pursuant to the provisions of Section 3311 of Title 70 of the Oklahoma Statutes.
  • It shall be unlawful for any person who is an alien illegally or unlawfully in the United States to have in the possession of the person or under the immediate control of the person, or in any vehicle the person is operating, or at the residence where the person resides, any pistol, imitation or homemade pistol, altered air or toy pistol, shotgun, rifle or any other dangerous or deadly firearm; provided, that nothing in this subsection applies to prohibit the transport or detention of the person by law enforcement officers or federal immigration authorities. Any person who violates the provisions of this subsection shall, upon conviction, be guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($250.00).

Registering a Firearm

OK Stat § 21-1289.24(A) stipulates that no government entity in the state of Oklahoma may codify any laws requiring the registration of privately owned firearms.

Concealed Carry

All persons who wish to carry a concealed firearm in Oklahoma are required by OK Stat § 21-1290.4 to first obtain a Self-Defense Act License from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.

How to Apply

Concealed carry applicants have to be at least twenty-one (21) years old.

Step 1 – Complete a firearms safety and training course as approved by OK Stat § 21-1290.12(2) through a certified gun safety instructor.

Step 2 – Obtain and complete an application for a permit in-person or by mail from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation or the applicant’s local sheriff’s department.

Step 3 – Attach two (2) passport-style and size photographs of the applicant.

Step 4 – Attach a certificate or proof of firearms safety training.

Step 5 – Submit the application in person to the applicant’s local sheriff’s department. Do not sign the application until in the presence of a sheriff’s office representative.

Step 6 – Submit two sets of fingerprints to the sheriff’s office.

Step 7 – Pay the $100.00 processing fee.

Step 8 – The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation will approve or deny the application within sixty (60) to ninety (90) days of receiving it from the sheriff.

Reciprocity

As explained by OK Stat § 21-1290.26, Oklahoma will recognize the concealed carry permit or license of any state, and for states that do not require permits, Oklahoma reciprocates pursuant to the laws of the other state.