Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 65. Police Protection
Section 710. Application For Permit to Carry a Concealed Handgun.
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AS 18.65.710. Application For Permit to Carry a Concealed Handgun.

(a) The application for a permit to carry a concealed handgun must contain the following information:

(1) the applicant's name, physical residence, mailing address, place and date of birth, physical description, including height, weight, race, hair color, and eye color, Alaska driver's license or identification card number, and the city and state of each place the applicant has resided in the five years immediately preceding the application;

(2) a statement that the applicant qualifies under AS 18.65.705 ;

(3) a statement that the applicant has been furnished with a copy of the state laws and regulations relating to concealed handguns, has read those sections, and understands them;

(4) a statement that the applicant desires a permit to carry a concealed handgun for a lawful purpose, which may include self-defense;

(5) a statement by the applicant that all statements, answers, and attachments to the application are true and complete;

(6) a conspicuous warning that an applicant who supplies a false statement, answer, or document in connection with the application that the applicant does not believe to be true may be prosecuted for unsworn falsification in the second degree and, if found guilty, may be punished for violation of a class A misdemeanor, and that, in such cases, the permit shall be revoked and the applicant may be barred from any further application for a permit; and

(7) a statement that the applicant understands that a permit eligibility investigation will be conducted as a part of the application process, that this may involve computerized records searches, and that the applicant authorizes the investigation.

(b) An application under (a) of this section may not inquire of an applicant about, or require the submission of, information beyond that described in that subsection. As part of an application under (a) of this section, the department may not inquire of an applicant as to any firearms owned by the applicant.

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