The Law Can Be A Deciding Factor In Oklahoma For Choosing Your Ammunition For Self Defense

Ammunition For Self Defense Oklahoma OK

Liberty Ammunition When you begin your research in Oklahoma on choosing the right ammunition for your particular needs one factor that must always be taken into consideration is the Law, and it is one facotr that many either take for granted or don't think about, and that is the ammunition laws in Oklahoma.

There are several states that limit the type of ammo that someone can carry, as an example Illinois will not allow even their own law-enforcement officers to carry hollow point ammunition.  It is recommended at the beginning of your research in Oklahoma that you find out first if there are any such restrictions in your state and if so what ammunition is going to be excluded from your research.

As a side note;  remember you may have ammo in your gun that is completely legal in your state but if you plan to carry your firearm using the reciprocity laws with other states you and your gun may be legal yet you're ammunition not be.

There are documented incidents where individuals have carried their firearm across state lines and had all the proper permits yet did not realize that the ammo in their gun was illegal in an adjoining state, and they were arrested!

Know the law in Oklahoma before you start the research, it's a great starting point.

Concealed Carry Ammunition for Self-Defense, In Oklahoma

Choosing the right Amm0 in Oklahoma for your self-defense needs is critical. Although there are some veryCivil Defense Fast Rounds good quality foreign made ammunition they are becoming hard to find and they in our opinion don’t quite measure up to the American manufactures overall quality.  If your stick with the some of the top names like Federal, Cor-Bon, Hornady, Remington, Winchester, Speer, or CCI ammunition you will have excellent results.  If you don’t recognize the name then use that ammo for practice.  Most ammunition manufacturers are now producing product that are specifically designed for Self-Defense requirements.

Self-Defence Ammunition Can Be Regulared By Law In Oklahoma

Ammunition in Oklahoma desigend specifically for Self-Defense in a handgun has had some significant technological advances, most notably the newest generation of high performance ammunition deliver terminal ballistics until recent years were simply technically inconceivable.

The recent advancement in handgun ammo for Self-Defense capability in Oklahoma was partially in response to a direct need to meet or exceed the new very stringent F.B.I. barrier penetration requirements. The latest ammo from the major U.S. manufacturers required over ten years of experimenting before offering the premium quality products that are now available. Most notable is that all of the latest and most advanced Ammunition for Self-Defense is of the “hollow-point” design.  US Precision Defense maintains an excellent research database on Ammunition for Self-Defense. 

Oklahoma State Constitutional Provision:  “The right of a citizen to keep and bear arms in defense of his home, person, or property, or in aid of the civil power, when thereunto legally summoned, shall never be prohibited, but nothing herein contained shall prevent the legislature from regulating the carrying of weapons.”

As of 2013, To obtain a CCW permit in Oklahoma; The first step is to take a class by a certified instructor.  Upon successful completion of the class, you will need to fill out an application provided by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation which can be downloaded from the OSBI website.  You will also need to obtain 2 passport size photos. Take your original class completion certificate, completed OSBI application, and passport photos to your local sheriff’s office.  There, you will have two sets of fingerprints taken and your application packet will be reviewed.  You will need to have a certified check or money order made payable to OSBI for $100 and another certified check or money order made payable to your sheriff’s office for $25.

In 2012 Nearly 40,000 concealed carry permits were issued in Oklahoma, the highest total ever recorded. The latest permit totals in Oklahoma also show they were issued at record levels during the first and last years of Obama's first term in office.

Concealed carry applications are up across the state. In fact, the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations says applications for gun permits more than doubled this January (2013) compared to last January. In Ellis County, it's even more impressive. People applied for gun licenses at twice the rate when compared to all the other 76 Oklahoma counties.

Gun laws in Oklahoma regulate the sale, the possession, and the use of firearms and ammunition in the state. Oklahoma is generally a Pro-Gun state, and has mostly less-restrictive gun laws. Being part of the Southern and Western U.S., Oklahoma is home to a very strong gun culture, and of which is clearly reflected in Oklahoma's primarily pro-gun laws.

May 15, 2012; Oklahoma State Senate Bill 1733 was signed into law by Governor Mary Fallin, which authorized open and concealed carry of handguns by permit holders. This law took effect November 1, 2012, and made Oklahoma the 25th state to allow licensed open carry.

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2013, Concealed Carry Permits are way up in Oklahoma; The Oklahoma Self-Defense Act gives the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation 60 days to process applications of people with clean background checks and 90 days if the background check raises flags. But the OSBI's processing time for all requests has been averaging about 94 days. The department is working hard to streamline the process, yet was not expecting to massive volume of CCW permit requests, apparently the direct result of fears over the Obama administrations attempts to force gun control upon the states.

Starting in 2012, gun owners with a permit can carry loaded firearms openly in public for the first time since before Oklahoma became a state. In general, Senate Bill 1733, signed into law by Gov. Mary Fallin in May of 2012, amends the state’s concealed weapons laws by removing the word “concealed.” The law amendments also recognize the right of permitted gun carriers to carry handguns openly on their private property and allow people with permits issued in other states to carry their weapons in public.

In Oklahoma anyone licensed to carry a concealed firearm can choose to carry a weapon out in the open, in a belt or shoulder holster, loaded or unloaded. Oklahoma has 142,000+ men and woman licensed to carry concealed weapons.  Now Oklahoma joins 43 other states in the nation to have some form of licensed open carry.

The most active members of Oklahoma's pro-gun lobby said President Barack Obama's push for tighter gun restrictions is “feel good” politics at the cost of sound gun policy. President Obama accused the national gun lobby of “ginning up” fears that the federal government is looking to take away gun rights.  

January 2013, Oklahoma strongly supports the second amendment, in recent legislation put up for a vote a bill was introduced which reads: "Federal acts, laws, orders, rules, regulations, bans or registration requirements regarding firearms constitute an infringement on the individual right to keep and bear arms in the Constitution of the United States...and are hereby declared to be invalid in the State of Oklahoma."

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