State law preempts the entire field of legislation touching in any way firearms, components, ammunition, and supplies. There are some exceptions to this preemption, including municipal law relating to discharge of firearms, confiscation of property used unlawfully, and certain penalty provisions.
Except for an act of self-defense, it is unlawful to point any firearm, whether loaded or not, at any other person.
It is unlawful to willfully discharge any firearm, air gun or other weapon in any place where there is any person to be endangered thereby.
It is unlawful to transport or discharge a shotgun, rifle, or pistol from a boat under power or sail, except for the purposes of hunting animals or fowl. It is unlawful to transport or discharge a shotgun, rifle, or pistol from a boat under sail, except for the purposes of hunting animals or fowl. Persons with a valid concealed handgun license may lawfully transport a concealed handgun.
It is unlawful to willingly or maliciously disturb the peace and quiet by shooting or brandishing a firearm.
It is unlawful for a person other than an authorized law enforcement officer to board a bus with a firearm concealed “upon or about” his person.
No persons may shoot game while riding in or on any motor driven land, air, or water conveyance, except a nonambulatory person may hunt from such with written permission of the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Director.
No person may hunt, pursue game or use firearms within 440 yards of a church, schoolhouse, or other public place where people may assemble, so as to disturb such assemblage.
No person may shoot at wildlife from or across a public road or highway, or railroad right of way.
It is unlawful to manufacture, sell, or possess, carry upon the person, use or attempt to use against another person any round or elongated missile with a core of less than 60% lead and having a fluorocarbon coating which is designed to travel at a high velocity and is capable of penetrating body armor.