How old to buy an ar15 in wisconsin?
Wisconsin’s legal buying and possessing age
In general, Wisconsin forbids the intentional transfer of any handgun to a person under the age of 18.
The state also normally forbids anyone under the age of 18 from possessing a handgun.
However, these limitations do not apply when a person under the age of 18 is using a firearm under the supervision of an adult while engaging in target practice or a course of training.
Wisconsin law provides that for hunting purposes, the minimum age for possession or control of a firearm is age 12. A person age 12 but under age 14 may not hunt without being accompanied by his or her parent, guardian or a person at least 18 years of age who is designated by the parent or guardian. A young person 12 to 14 years of age also may possess a firearm if he or she is enrolled in instruction under the state hunter education program and is carrying the firearm in a case, unloaded, to or from that class, or is handling or operating the firearm during that class under the supervision of an instructor.
Any lightweight semi-automatic rifle based on the Colt AR-15 design is considered an AR-15-style rifle. Eugene Stoner’s ArmaLite AR-10 design was modified to create the original ArmaLite AR-15. In 1959, Colt’s Manufacturing Company purchased the patent and trademarks from ArmaLite, a branch of the Fairchild Engine and Airplane Corporation at the time. Numerous firearm manufacturers started making clones of the Colt AR-15 under various names when the majority of Colt’s patents for the Colt AR-15 expired in 1977. Colt is the only manufacturer permitted to brand their rifles with the AR-15 moniker, even though the patents for it have expired.
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