Updated on March 9th, 2022
An Arizona firearm bill of sale is a form that reports the transfer of gun ownership between individuals in a private sale. The document contains a detailed weapon description that identifies the serial number, caliber/gauge, action type, manufacturer, and model. It also states where the gun was sold, who it was sold to, and the price for which it was purchased. Following the sale, both the buyer and seller should store the document in a secure location to use in the event of legal complications. If the firearm is associated with a crime, the bill of sale can prove which party possessed the weapon when the illegal act took place.
- Firearm laws – Title 13, Ch. 31 (Weapons and Explosives)
- Background check required? No.
- Permit required to purchase? No.
Concealed Carry Laws
Statute – ARS § 13-3112 & AAC §§ R13-9-101 – R13-9-603
A permit is not required to carry a concealed firearm in the state of Arizona. That said, concealed carry weapon (CCW) permits are still available to individuals aged twenty-one (21) and older. The permit entitles residents to carry a concealed weapon in areas that would otherwise be off-limits, such as schools and restaurants. To obtain the permit, an applicant must complete the following instructions:
- Determine whether they are qualified to obtain a permit (see § 13-3112(E)).
- Research Arizona Revised Statutes Title 13, Chapter 4 & Chapter 31.
- Attend a firearms training program and obtain a certificate of completion.
- Get fingerprints taken at a local Arizona law enforcement office or private fingerprinting agency.
- Fill out a Permit Application.
- Prepare a filing packet that includes the permit application, two (2) fingerprint cards, a copy of the certificate of firearms training, and payment for the $60 filing fee. The packet must be mailed to the following address:
AZ DPS CWPU P.O. Box 6488 Phoenix, AZ 85005