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wisconsin pistol law and and
Wisconsin has really strict weapon laws; it is one of only two states that completely restricts
anybody from holding concealed weapons. To freely hold a firearm, the owner has to not be
within 1000 feet of a school (unless on personal property) and may not be in a government
building, state park, or place where alcohol is sold. One of the most controversial gun laws in
Wisconsin is the prohibition of loaded weapons in an automobile. A loaded gun in a car is
considered a concealed tool, which is unlawful. Weapons in automobiles have to be unloaded,
which indicates there are no shells or cartridges in the chamber, and framed, which implies it is
zipped or enclosed into a case especially planned for the weapon. The weapon needs to also be
out of reach. Holding a concealed weapon (including other non-gun tools such as knives) is a
course A misdemeanor.
For some people, carrying any weapon openly is not allowed under any circumstances. If any
individual willingly supplies a firearm to someone who is disqualified to have one, they are subject
to a felony charge. next page
Various other acts that are unlawful include possession of a gun while drunk, pointing a tool at
another individual (unless in self defense), and any kind of irresponsible handling of a weapon.
Regardless of some efforts from lawmakers, freely carrying a weapon is RULED OUT disorderly
conduct unless the owner is acting out in any of the above manners.
Law enforcement policemans and military workers are exceptions to most of these guidelines and
are normally permitted to carry concealed weapons, particularly in their automobiles.