Stun guns are great for self-defense, but did you know each state has it’s own stun gun laws? If you’re thinking of selling stun guns, our interactive map (below), will provide you with all of the information you need to to stay within the law of your state, county, and city. The statutes listed below are accurate as of January 2018, we will check back regularly to update this page as laws and statutes can change at any time. Please read the disclaimer at the bottom of this page.Let’s face it, you want to stay within the law which is why you’re reading this page, but, alas, these laws are not so easily deciphered. So that you can get the information you need quickly, we have broken down each state into an easy to use (and read) table.
State State Legal/Illegal At-A-Glance Exceptions State ID
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