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Aiming or discharge of a firearm or dangerous weapon, unlawful, provisions: HB 1541, EHB 2623
Ammunition, excise tax on, imposing: SB 6161
Ammunition, large capacity magazine buy-back program, establishing: HB 2947
Ammunition, large capacity magazines, requirements and prohibitions: HB 1068, SHB 1068, HB 1286, HB 2240, SHB 2240, HB 2241, HB 2947, SB 5062, SSB 5062, SB 5340, SB 6076, SB 6077, SSB 6077
Ammunition, lead, selling/giving to person under 21: HB 1346
Ammunition, purchase or possession of, removing restrictions: SB 6673
Ammunition, sale of, as face-to-face transaction, requiring: HB 2519
Ammunition, sales and seller licensing, background checks for: HB 2519
Ammunition, unlawful possession of, crime of: HB 2519
Animal control officers, carrying firearms: SB 5016
Assault rifles, semiautomatic, sale/transfer, safety training exemption, when: HB 1511, HB 2202
Assault rifles, semiautomatic, sale/transfer, safety training requirements: HB 1511
Assault rifles, semiautomatic, sale/transfer/possession, removing restrictions: SB 6673
Assault weapons and large capacity magazines, requirements/prohibitions: HB 1286, HB 2241, SB 5340, SB 6076
Background check unit, as single point of contact for dealers, establishing: HB 2467, SHB 2467, * E2SHB 2467, CH 28 (2020)
Background checks, accountability board and check system account, creating: HB 2467
Background checks, advisory board and check system account, creating: SHB 2467, * E2SHB 2467, CH 28 (2020)
Background checks, confidential health care information: HB 1097
Background checks, exemptions, concealed pistol licensee transfers: HB 1649
Background checks, for ammunition sales and seller licensing: HB 2519
Background checks, for federally regulated frame/receiver purchase/transfer: HB 2555, * SHB 2555, CH 36 (2020)
Background checks, people's defense of the Second Amendment act of 2019: HB 2103
Background checks, removing requirements for, exceptions: SB 6673
Background checks, single or full point of contact system for: HB 1949, * SHB 1949, CH 35 (2019)
Background checks, state system use by dealers for sales/transfers: HB 2467, SHB 2467, * E2SHB 2467, CH 28 (2020)
Bump-fire stock buy-back program, modifying: SB 5954, * SSB 5954, CH 9 (2019)
Bump-fire stock buy-back program, participants' personal information: HB 2182, * SB 6025, CH 239 (2019)
Bump-fire stock buy-back program, SB 6025 concerning, authorizing consideration of: * SCR 8406 (2019)
Clay targets, sales and use tax exemptions: SB 5726
Colleges, community and technical, safety officer weapons: SB 5150
Deadly weapon sentencing enhancements, provisions: HB 1153
Firearm safety and violence prevention, Washington office of, creating: * ESSB 6288, CH 313 (2020)
Firearm violence intervention and prevention grant program, Washington, creating: SB 6288, * ESSB 6288, CH 313 (2020)
Firearm violence prevention, Washington office of, creating: SB 6288
Firearm violence victims, helpline/referral service/counseling/therapy guide: SB 6553, SSB 6553
Firearms legal under federal law, right to possess when entitled to possess firearms: HB 2808
Force, with firearm discharge, use by officers and security guards, reporting: SB 5916
Forfeited firearms, destruction by state patrol: HB 1010, SHB 1010
Forfeited firearms, disposing of, by law enforcement agencies: HB 1671
Gun clubs, nonprofit, clay target sales and use tax exemptions for: SB 5726
Gun violence victims statewide helpline/counseling/referral service, developing: * ESSB 6288, CH 313 (2020)
John Brown gun club, requesting that congress and the president require investigations of terrorist and criminal organization ties of: HJM 4018
Legislators introducing bills concerning firearms, training for: SB 5172
Lost or stolen firearms, reporting requirements: HB 1203
Marketing/advertising to minors via internet/mobile application, prohibitions: HB 2442
Open carrying of firearms, at public meetings, municipality restricting of: HB 1319
Other firearm, federally regulated frame or receiver as, background checks: HB 2555
People's defense of the Second Amendment act of 2019: HB 2103
Personal protection act, Washington, bearing of arms/personal protection, removing restrictions: SB 6673
Pistols, concealed pistol licensees, background check exemption, when: HB 1649
Pistols, concealed pistol licensees, extending expiration date for: SB 6347
Pistols, concealed pistol licensees, women 18-20 years of age fearing harm: HB 2845
Pistols, concealed, carrying into another's residence, prohibition: HB 1439
Pistols, delivery of, requirements: * EHB 1465, CH 244 (2019)
Pistols, license for concealed, applications and safety training program: SHB 1315, SSB 5174, SB 6294
Pistols, license for concealed, applications, proficiency, and instructors: HB 1315, SB 5174
Pistols, license for concealed, background check requirements: HB 1464, * SB 5508, CH 249 (2019)
Pistols, license for concealed, exemption for correctional employees, when: * HB 1589, CH 231 (2019)
Pistols, license for concealed, firearm possession in certain places, exemptions: HB 2124
Pistols, license for concealed, in cases of domestic violence: HB 1225, * SHB 1225, CH 367 (2019)
Pistols, license for concealed, process for renewal by law enforcement: * HB 1934, CH 135 (2019)
Pistols, license for concealed, removing as requirement for pistol delivery: * EHB 1465, CH 244 (2019)
Pistols, license for concealed, surrendering due to protection order violation: HB 1541, HB 2622, * SHB 2622, CH 126 (2020)
Pistols, license for concealed, surrendering due to various orders requiring: HB 1786, * SHB 1786, CH 245 (2019), HB 2820, SHB 2820
Pistols, license for concealed, surrendering, ensuring compliance, procedures: HB 2622, * SHB 2622, CH 126 (2020)
Pistols, transfer and/or sale records database, prohibiting: HB 1022, HB 1024
Possession by juvenile, unlawful, interventions and sentences for: HB 1855
Possession, by person incompetent to stand trial, prohibiting: * SB 5205, CH 248 (2019)
Possession, in violation of court order, pretrial detention: HB 2569
Possession, in violation of court order, pretrial detention, constitutional amendment: HJR 4210
Possession, of firearms legal under federal law, when entitled to possess firearms: HB 2808
Possession, on child care center premises, prohibitions: * ESSB 5434, CH 189 (2020)
Possession, on child care center, library, or park premises, prohibitions: HB 1530, SB 5434
Possession, on school grounds by employees, when: HB 1038, HB 1763, SB 5977
Possession, on state capitol campus, prohibiting: HB 2925, SB 6686
Possession, prohibition after release from mental health evaluation: SB 5181, * SSB 5181, CH 247 (2019)
Possession, right to bear arms, Washington personal protection act: SB 6673
Possession, right to possess, petitioning court to restore, when: SB 6289, SSB 6289
Possession, unlawful, after aiming/discharging or animal cruelty conviction: EHB 2623
Possession, unlawful, after driving under influence convictions: HB 2590
Possession, unlawful, in second degree, various provisions: HB 1541, HB 2590, EHB 2623, SB 6163
Possession, unlawful, when charged with felony driving under influence: SB 6163
Possession, unlawful, when prohibited by state law from owning/possessing: SB 6584
Possession, when owner or controller of property prohibits, liability: HB 2223
Protection order violations, firearm surrendering and prohibitions due to: HB 1541
Protection orders, extreme risk, against person under 18: SB 5072
Protection orders, extreme risk, ensuring compliance, procedures for: HB 2622, * SHB 2622, CH 126 (2020)
Protection orders, extreme risk, grounds for: HB 2196, SB 5745, SSB 5745
Protection orders, extreme risk, repealing: HB 2941
Protection orders, extreme risk, under federal law, enforcement prohibition: HB 2196
Protection orders, extreme risk, various provisions: HB 1774, SB 5027, * ESSB 5027, CH 246 (2019), SB 6307
Protection orders, vulnerable adult, firearm surrender/possession-prohibition: HB 2305
Purchase and possession, lowering required age for: HB 2103
Purchase of a firearm, unlawful, class C felony: SB 6584
Purchase/possession/access, lowering required age for: SB 6673
Regulation of firearms, local government authority: HB 1374
Regulation of firearms, state preemption of, repealing: HB 1374
Repealing various firearms provisions: HB 1097, HB 1098
Seizing firearms and ammunition, due to domestic violence incident: HB 1225, * SHB 1225, CH 367 (2019), SB 5143, SSB 5143
Seizing firearms and ammunition, due to threat of mass violence: SB 6307
Seizing firearms, law enforcement authority, removing, when: SB 6673
Self-defense legal service subscription providers, excluding from "insurer": HB 2367, SB 6043
Sentencing enhancements for firearms, with body armor possession: SB 5050
Sexually violent predators, deadly weapon delivery by unmanned aircraft to: HB 1381
Socialist rifle association, requesting that congress and the president require investigations of terrorist and criminal organization ties of: HJM 4018
Stolen firearm, discharging or menacing/threatening with, crime of, when: SB 6402, SSB 6402
Stolen firearm, unlawful use of a, class A felony: SB 6402
Stolen firearm, unlawful use of a, class B felony: SSB 6402
Storage and security of firearms, requirements and penalties: HB 1098
Suicide, awareness and prevention materials for firearms dealers: HB 1648, SHB 1648
Surrendering firearms, protection order violation under parentage act: HB 1541
Surrendering firearms, protection, no-contact, or restraining orders requiring: HB 1786, * SHB 1786, CH 245 (2019)
Surrendering firearms/weapons, ensuring compliance, procedures for: HB 2622, * SHB 2622, CH 126 (2020)
Surrendering firearms/weapons, order for, service in open court, by whom: HB 2820, SHB 2820
Target shooting, on DNR-managed lands: HB 2767, SB 5099, SSB 5099, SB 6541
Target shooting, recreational, landowner not liable for unintentional injuries: HB 2934
Taxes, retail sales/use, firearms legal to possess under federal law, exempting: HB 2784
Theft of firearm from residence, store, shop, or sales outlet, class B felony: SB 6406
Theft of firearm from residence/store/shop/sales outlet/vehicle, class B felony: SSB 6406
Undetectable or untraceable firearms, prohibitions: HB 1073, HB 1739, * SHB 1739, CH 243 (2019), SB 5061, SSB 5061
Weapons, possessing or controlling on state capitol campus, prohibition of: HB 2925, SB 6686