New gun laws for Ok, coming Nov 1

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New gun laws in the state of Oklahoma that take effect November 1, 2017.

There are nine separate gun laws.

Number 1 – Senate Bill 35: Active military may carry a firearm using a military ID, plus an Oklahoma photo ID.

Number 2 – Senate Bill 36: Definition of a pistol was amended to allow single or multiple projectiles from a single round of ammunition.

Number 3 – Senate Bill 40: Felony Pointing, Section 1289.25 amended. Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground were amended. A person pointing a weapon, or a perpetrator at a work, perpetrator in self-defense, or in order to thwart, stop, or deter a forcible felony or attempted forcible felony, shall not be deemed of committing a criminal act.

Number 4 — Senate Bill 288, Driver Carry. Immediate immunity is extended to a business entity’s vehicle when a company driver is not prohibited by the company from carrying a firearm.

Number 5 — Senate Bill 397 repeals Paragraph (d) of 21 Oklahoma Statute Section 1903. Ten years in prison, and up to a $10,000 fine for carrying a firearm on a bus has been repealed.

Number 6 — House Bill 1104: Any elected county official may carry a firearm in the courthouse where they were elected.

Number 7 — House Bill 1550: Motorcycle Carry has been amended to include a motorcycle as a motor vehicle, for purposes of allowing it to have a locked compartment for the storage of firearms.

Number 8 — House Bill 2324: Amended state of authorization to shoot depredating animals (coyotes, feral hogs) from aircraft. You will need special permits from the Oklahoma Wildlife Commission.

Number 9 — House Bill 1428: Handgun Carry: Military Age Exemption Act, 18-year-old residents of the state of Oklahoma who are veterans of, or members of, the United States Armed Forces may carry a firearm in the state of Oklahoma.
 

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So I've read and re-read about the active military being able to carry. Just want to be certain, that's any ACTIVE military, not just active duty, regardless of age, correct? So a 20 yr old reservist can carry concealed with the proper ID and OK drivers license?
 

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So I've read and re-read about the active military being able to carry. Just want to be certain, that's any ACTIVE military, not just active duty, regardless of age, correct? So a 20 yr old reservist can carry concealed with the proper ID and OK drivers license?
not sure about the part where it says drill status
 

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