Virginia's Assault Weapon Restrictions

Virginia has no banns on "assault weapons", though there are requirements to own "assault weapons". Anyone looking to purchase an "assault weapon" must show proof of age, and proof that they are a US citizen. To get a handgun type "assault weapon" the applicant must be 21 or over. For long arm type "assault weapons" the age is 18 or over. Virginia defines "Assault weapons" as a semi-automatic, center fire, firearm equipped with a folding/adjustable stock, or equipped at the time with a magazine capable of holding 20+ rounds, or capable of accommodating a silencer/suppressor.[16]

What is Assault Weapon Restrictions?

Some states have restrictions, banns, or require owners to register firearms they conceder to be "assault weapons". The definitions of an "assault weapon" varies widely from state to state. These definitions can include whether the gun is fully automatic, the magazine size it can carry, and others.

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