Wyoming State Gun Laws
No state permit is required to purchase a rifle, shotgun or handgun. A person in lawful possession of a concealed firearm permit issued by this state shall be exempt from a NICS check when purchasing a firearm. READ ALL
No state permit is required to possess a rifle, shotgun or handgun. READ ALL
Wyoming respects the right of law abiding citizens to openly carry a handgun. Any person 21 years of age or older, who is not prohibited possessor, may carry a weapon openly or concealed without the need for a license. All non-residents must possess a permit issued by the state of their residence. A Wyoming resident may also apply for a concealed carry permit issued by this state in order to be able to carry concealed in those states requiring a permit. READ ALL
ANTIQUES AND REPLICAS
Wyoming statutes are silent on antique and replica firearms. Firearms that expel any projectile by the action of an explosive are treated as ordinary firearms for possession and carrying purposes.
Wyoming law does not prohibit the lawful possession of machine guns. Thus, it is lawful to possess, purchase, or sell a machine gun that is legally registered and possessed in compliance with all federal laws and regulations.
No person shall take into or possess in the game fields or forests of Wyoming any fully automatic weapon or device designed to silence or muffle the report of any firearm.
The sale, transfer, purchase, delivery, taxation, manufacture, ownership, transportation, storage, use and possession of firearms, weapons and ammunition shall be authorized, regulated and prohibited by the state, and regulation thereof is preempted by the state. READ ALL
No range operator will be subject to civil or criminal liability for any claim of noise or noise pollution. READ ALL
The use of firearms is prohibited in all state parks, campgrounds, recreational grounds, historic landmarks, or historic sites unless otherwise designated by the state Fish and Game Commission. READ ALLaspx#”>READ ALLMISCELLANEOUSThe use of firearms is prohibited in all state parks, campgrounds, recreational grounds, historic landmarks, or historic sites unless otherwise designated by the state Fish and Game Commission. READ ALL