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A North Dakota firearm bill of sale is a legal document by the bbin电竞官网官方永久 of North Dakota used in the sale and purchase of a firearm. This document provides added protection in the sale by including important information about the buyer, seller, and identification of the firearm being purchased. It also proves a legal change of ownership took place. This form requires the services of a notary public.

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Privately Selling a Firearm

Any person who can legally own and purchase a firearm in North Dakota is also permitted to sell one in a private transaction.

Prohibited from Buying

The following criteria render a person ineligible to purchase a firearm in the state of North Dakota as outlined by ND Cent. Code § 62.1-02-01 :

  • A person who has been convicted anywhere of a felony offense involving violence or intimidation in violation of chapters 12.1-16 through 12.1-25 or an equivalent felony offense of another state or the federal government is prohibited from owning a firearm or having one in possession or under control from the date of conviction and continuing for a period of ten years after the date of conviction or the date of release from incarceration, parole, or probation, whichever is latest.
  • A person who has been convicted anywhere of a felony offense of this or another state or the federal government not provided for in subdivision a or who has been convicted of a class A misdemeanor offense involving violence or intimidation in violation of chapters 12.1-16 through 12.1-25 or an equivalent offense of another state or the federal government and the offense was committed while using or possessing a firearm, a dangerous weapon, or, as defined in section 12.1-01-04 , a destructive device or an explosive, is prohibited from owning a firearm or having one in possession or under control from the date of conviction and continuing for a period of five years after the date of conviction or the date of release from incarceration, parole, or probation, whichever is latest.
  • A person who is or has ever been diagnosed and confined or committed to a hospital or other institution in this state or elsewhere by a court of competent jurisdiction, other than a person who has had the petition that provided the basis for the diagnosis, confinement, or commitment dismissed under section 25-03.1-17 , 25-03.1-18 , or 25-03.1-19 , or equivalent statutes of another jurisdiction, as a person requiring treatment as defined in section 25-03.1-02 , or as a mentally deficient individual, is prohibited from purchasing a firearm or having one in possession or under control. This limitation does not apply to a person who has not suffered from the disability for the previous three years or who has successfully petitioned for relief under section 62.1-02-01.2 .
  • A person under the age of eighteen years may not possess a handgun except that such a person, while under the direct supervision of an adult, may possess a handgun for the purposes of firearm safety training, target shooting, or hunting.

Registering a Firearm

North Dakota does not have any laws requiring the registration of privately owned firearms.

Concealed Carry

In order to carry a concealed firearm in North Dakota, a resident must have a Concealed Weapons License . There are two types of licenses, Class 1 and Class 2. The only difference between them is Class 1 has reciprocity with more states than Class 2.

How to Apply

All applicants for PERMIT must be at least twenty-one (21) years old .

Step 1 – Complete the online application and print it out.

Step 2 – Complete the state-required testing .

Step 3 – Attach the following supplementary documents:

Step 4 – Mail the application and all supplementary documents to The Bureau of Criminal Investigation.

Step 5 – The Bureau will approve or deny the application within sixty (60) days of receiving it.

Reciprocity

In accordance with ND Cent. Code § 52.1-07-03.1 , North Dakota recognizes the concealed carry permits of any state that in return recognizes North Dakota’s permits. Permits from the following states are not recognized by the state of North Dakota: California, Connecticut, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, and Rhode Island.