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State of Kentucky. 2013 ‘Kentucky Revised Statutes and Constitution of Kentucky 1891.’ Kentucky Legislature. Frankfort, KY: Kentucky Legislature. 15 October

Relevant contents

Guiding gun control legislation in Kentucky includes:

- Kentucky Revised Statutes

Title L: Kentucky Penal Code
Chapter 527: Offenses Relating to Firearms and Weapons
Sections:

527.010: Definitions for chapter.
527.020: Carrying concealed deadly weapon.
527.030: Defacing a firearm.
527.040: Possession of firearm by convicted felon -- Exceptions.
527.050: Possession of defaced firearm.
527.060: Forfeiture.
527.070: Unlawful possession of a weapon on school property -- Posting of sign -- Exemptions.
527.080: Using restricted ammunition during the commission of a crime -- Exception.
527.090: Fraudulent firearm transaction.

Minors and Juveniles

527.100: Possession of handgun by minor.
527.110: Unlawfully providing handgun to juvenile or permitting juvenile to possess handgun.
527.200: Use of a weapon of mass destruction in the first degree.
527.205: Use of a weapon of mass destruction in the second degree.
527.210: Use of a weapon of mass destruction in the third degree.

- Constitution of Kentucky 1891

ID: Q8113

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