How well do you know Oklahoma firearms laws? Sports World wants to help our customers stay in compliance with the law while exercising your Second Amendment right to bear arms. We understand you take seriously your right to personal defense. So we’ve gathered some information we hope is helpful to you.

First of all, you have a right to concealed carry in Oklahoma. That right comes with responsibilities on your part, which includes training to obtain a license. You have to be 21 or older, unless you’re a member of the military. When you’re carrying your firearm, you also have to carry your license or valid military ID.

Other rights and responsibilities of Oklahoma firearms laws

Other Oklahoma firearms laws specify where you can and can’t legally carry your firearm.

You are not allowed to carry your firearm in certain places, including, but not limited to:

  • Government buildings used for the purpose of conducting business with the public.
  • Courthouses, courtrooms, prisons, jails, detention facilities.
    • Any facility used to process, hold or house arrested persons, prisoners or persons alleged delinquent or adjudicated delinquent. (Exceptions provided in Section 21 of Title 57 of the Oklahoma Statutes.)
  • Any public or private elementary or public or private secondary school, except as provided in subsection C of this section.
  • Publicly-owned or -operated sports arenas or venues during a professional sporting event, unless allowed by the event holder.
  • Any place where gambling is authorized by law, unless allowed by the property owner.
  • Any other place specifically prohibited by law.

For a more in-depth look at Oklahoma firearms laws, check out Oklahoma gun laws from handgunlaws.us.