Gun IQ – Federal Law Questions

What is your IntelliGence QUotieNt™?

True or False, Basic to Intermediate Quiz.

WARNING: Nothing in this test is intended to constitute legal advice, practice of law, and is for general educational purposes only.

Select the Best Answer:

1. Despite any state or local law to the contrary, a person who may lawfully possess or own a firearm may transport a firearm for any lawful purpose from one place to another place, if the firearm is unloaded and neither the firearm or ammunition is accessible in the passenger compartment?

2. Police officers who are off duty and not on official duties may under no circumstances carry a concealed firearm into another state?

3. Machine guns manufactured after May, 1986 are restricted to military and law enforcement purchase and possession?

4. A hollow-point handgun round is deemed "armor piercing" under federal law?

5. Some states have restrictions on hollow point ammunition and magazine capacity?

6. There is a federal right for civilians to carry concealed or unconcealed handguns in states in which they are not residents?

7. States may adopt laws more restrictive than federal law on firearms and ammunition and the stricter law applies?

8. A key distinction between rifles and shotguns is rifling of a barrel versus a smooth bore?

9. A Federal Firearms Licensee must comply with state and local laws even if inconsistent with federal law?

10. Conviction of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence makes it illegal to purchase or possess a firearm?

© 2011 Bryan L. Ciyou, Esq., Ciyou & Dixon, P.C. All Rights Reserved. No Claims to Governmental Works or Material in the Public Domain.

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