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AS 18.65.790. Definitions.

In AS 18.65.700 - 18.65.790,

(1) "commissioner" means the commissioner of public safety;

(2) "competence" means the ability to place in a life size silhouette target

(A) seven out of 10 shots at seven yards;

(B) six out of 10 shots at 15 yards;

(3) "concealed handgun" means a firearm, that is a pistol or a revolver, and that is covered or enclosed in any manner so that an observer cannot determine that it is a handgun without removing it from that which covers or encloses it or without opening, lifting, or removing that which covers or encloses it; however, "concealed handgun" does not include a shotgun, rifle, or a prohibited weapon as defined under AS 11.61.200 ;

(4) "department" means the Department of Public Safety;

(5) "permit" means a permit to carry a concealed handgun issued under AS 18.65.700 - 18.65.790.

Article 11. FIREARMS

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