NOTE: Also includes the District of Columbia. This list does not reflect (1) statutes, such as exist in a number of states, that bar purchase or possession of gunpowder by designated classes of persons, such as minors, felons, or persons addicted to, or users of, controlled substances, or (2) statutes that regulate the storage or transportation of gunpowder.

a See Cal. Health & Safety Code § 12102.1.

b See D.C. Code Ann. § 6-2341(a).

c See Ill. Ann. Stat. ch. 225, § 210/1004.

d See Mass. Gen. L. ch. 140, § 131(E).

e See Mich. Comp. Laws, ch. 140, § 129(C).

f See Miss. Code Ann. § 45-13-101.

g See Va. Code Ann. § 59.1-138.

SOURCE: The material in this appendix was compiled from Lexis-Nexis and WestLaw searches of each state's statutes

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