Re: Local Laws
You can only buy handguns on the list of safety certified guns or on the exempt Olympic pistols list. Handguns must have a loaded indicator and a magazine safety and fall off the list every few years. There are strict rules about semi-auto center fire rifle configurations that include a removable magazine (assault weapons ban).
Must pass firearms eligibility test for any gun ownership (DROS--equivalent of NICS)
Must wait for 10 days (for rifles, shotguns, and handguns).
Must have passed a written handgun safety test (good for several years) and gun operations test (for each handgun you buy). You can only buy one handgun a month. All handguns must be registered with the state DOJ.
Concealed carry only with a permit that is tough to get. But you can carry a firearm on your person if fully displayed and unloaded (watch your back as the COP's are trigger happy when they see any firearm).
Handguns must be unloaded and in a locked container separate from the ammo to transport in a vehicle (trunk works but glove box or console does not).
Handguns must be delivered with a new trigger lock and you must have a safe for home storage.
In large parts of the state no lead ammo is allowed to be shot (that includes 22LR).
A yet to be implemented law is on the books requiring micro stamping of all ammo.
Every year more anti-gun laws are passed by the completely liberal anti-gun legislature that gets more liberal and anti-gun every day.