Current through Act 263 of the 2023 Legislative Session
Section 134-4 - Transfer, possession of firearms(a) No transfer of any rifle having a barrel length of sixteen inches or over or any shotgun having a barrel length of eighteen inches or over, whether usable or unusable, serviceable or unserviceable, modern or antique, registered under prior law or by a prior owner, or unregistered shall be made to any person under the age of eighteen years, except as provided by section 134-5.(b) No person shall possess any firearm that is owned by another, regardless of whether the owner has consented to possession of the firearm, without a permit from the chief of police of the appropriate county, except as provided in subsection (c) and section 134-5.(c) Any lawfully acquired rifle or shotgun may be lent to an adult for use within the State for a period not to exceed fifteen days without a permit; provided that where the rifle or shotgun is to be used outside of the State, the loan may be for a period not to exceed seventy-five days.(d) No person shall intentionally, knowingly, or recklessly lend a firearm to any person who is prohibited from ownership , possession, or control of a firearm under section 134-7.(e) After July 1, 1992, no person shall bring or cause to be brought into the State an assault pistol. No assault pistol may be sold or transferred on or after July 1, 1992, to anyone within the State other than to a dealer licensed under section 134-32 or the chief of police of any county except that any person who obtains title by bequest or intestate succession to an assault pistol registered within the State shall, within ninety days, render the weapon permanently inoperable, sell or transfer the weapon to a licensed dealer or the chief of police of any county, or remove the weapon from the State.Amended by L 2023, c 52,§ 5, eff. 7/1/2023.L 1988, c 275, pt of §2; am L 1992, c 286, §2
Where defendant's conviction and sentence under § 708-840 was an included offense under § 134-6(a) and defendant's convictions under both § 708-840 and subsection (a) violated § 701-109(1)(a), defendants conviction and sentence under § 708-840 reversed. 91 H. 33, 979 P.2d 1059.