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Subd. 5. Registration of assault weapons. (a) A person who legally owned or

9.15possessed an assault weapon before February 1, 2013, and who desires to keep ownership

9.16or possession of the weapon shall comply with the following requirements:

9.17(1) submit to a background check conducted by the chief of police of the

9.18municipality in which the person resides, or if there is no police department the sheriff

9.19of the county in which the person resides, to confirm the person is not prohibited from

9.20possessing a firearm under state or federal law; and

9.21(2) unless the person is currently prohibited by law from possessing a firearm,

9.22immediately register the weapon with the appropriate law enforcement agency.

9.23(b) A person described in paragraph (a) shall comply with all of the following:

9.24(1) safely and securely store the assault weapon pursuant to the regulations adopted

9.25by the appropriate law enforcement agency;

9.26(2) agree to allow the agency to inspect the storage of the weapon to ensure

9.27compliance with this subdivision;

9.28(3) annually renew the registration, subject to the completion of a new background

9.29check;

9.30(4) possess the weapon only on property owned or immediately controlled by the

9.31person, or while engaged in the legal use of the weapon at a duly licensed firing range, or

9.32while transporting the weapon in compliance with United States Code, title 18, section

9.33926A; and

9.34(5) report the loss or theft of the weapon to the appropriate law enforcement agency

9.35within 48 hours of the time the discovery of the loss or theft was made or should have

9.36been made.

10.1© Registered assault weapons may not be purchased or transferred, except for

10.2transfer to the appropriate law enforcement agency for the purpose of surrendering the

10.3weapon for destruction.

10.4(d) The registered owner or possessor of an assault weapon may not purchase

10.5additional assault weapons.

10.6(e) The appropriate law enforcement agency may charge a fee for each registration

10.7and registration renewal pursuant to this subdivision.

10.8(f) Persons acquiring an assault weapon by inheritance, bequest, or succession shall,

10.9within 120 days of acquiring title, do one of the following:

10.10(1) surrender the weapon to a law enforcement agency for destruction; or

10.11(2) modify the weapon to render it permanently inoperable.

10.12(g) Each chief of police and sheriff shall do the following regarding assault weapons

10.13registered under this subdivision:

10.14(1) adopt regulations specifying how a person who registers a weapon shall safely

10.15and securely store it when it is not being used;

10.16(2) implement a policy of inspecting the storage of weapons; and

10.17(3) conduct background checks and implement a registration system.

10.18EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective September 1, 2013, and applies

10.19to crimes committed on or after that date.

 

10.20 Sec. 7. PERSONS POSSESSING ASSAULT WEAPONS ON EFFECTIVE DATE

10.21OF ACT; REQUIRED ACTIONS.

10.22Any person who, on February 1, 2013, legally owns or is in possession of an assault

10.23weapon has until September 1, 2013, to do any of the following without being subject to

10.24prosecution under Minnesota Statutes, section 624.7133:

10.25(1) remove the weapon from the state;

10.26(2) surrender the weapon to a law enforcement agency for destruction;

10.27(3) render the weapon permanently inoperable; or

10.28(4) if eligible, register the weapon as provided in Minnesota Statutes, section

10.29624.7133, subdivision 5.

10.30EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

 

10.31 Sec. 8. REVISOR'S INSTRUCTION.

10.32 The revisor of statutes shall strike references to "semiautomatic military-style assault

10.33weapons" in Minnesota Statutes, sections 609.66, subdivision 1f; 624.712, subdivision 6;

11.1624.7131, subdivisions 1, 4, and 10; 624.7132, subdivisions 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14,

11.2and 15; 624.7141, subdivisions 1 and 3; and 624.7181, subdivision 2. The revisor shall

11.3replace all other references to "semiautomatic military-style assault weapons" in statute

11.4with "assault weapons."

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