What is Concealed weapons in Arizona A.R.S. 13-3112?
The department of public safety shall issue a permit to carry a concealed weapon to a person who is qualified under this section.
- The person shall carry the permit at all times when the person is in actual possession of the concealed weapon and shall present the permit for inspection to any law enforcement officer on request.
- A person who fails to carry the permit at all times while in actual possession of a concealed weapon may have the permit suspended.
- The department of public safety shall be notified of all violations of this section and shall immediately suspend the permit.
- The permittee shall present the permit to the law enforcement agency or the court. On notification of the presentation of the permit, the department shall restore the permit.
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