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(1) affirm that the applicant has not been and is not now disqualified from possessing a firearm, including as a condition of probation or parole;
(2) have obtained, from an instructor certified as required under 13 AAC 60.110(f) , at least eight hours of pre-assignment training in
(A) the use of firearms in compliance with state and federal statutes and regulations;
(B) handling firearms; and
(C) the safety and maintenance of firearms; and
(3) demonstrate competence with any firearm that may be issued to the applicant; if a licensee fails to maintain competence with that firearm during an annual practice firing review, that individual's license as an armed security guard is subject to revocation.
History: Eff. 12/21/2002, Register 164
Authority: AS 18.65.410
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