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Are AK-47s illegal in South Dakota?

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No. There is an existing Federal restriction on importing theweapons, but registered weapons are still legal to own and use.
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What is South Dakota?

South Dakota is a US state located in the Midwestern US.

Where is South Dakota?

In the United States, which is in North America, which is on planet Earth. The US state of South Dakota is located in the North-Central or Mid-west region of the US, on the G

Is the AK-47 illegal?

because it is a weapon specificaly designed to kill people which is something that is actively discouraged in most countrys. Let me correct that. AK-47's are not illegal in th

Is a ak-47 gun illegal?

It all depends on the country that you live in.   how about in California   California has banned all assault weapons that have full auto. However ones that do not have

Is a ak-47 illegal in California?

It has to have a small clip (less than 30) and cannot be automatic unless you jump throught the VERY regulated hoops to get a automatic firearms license.

Is a ak-47 illegal?

Yes it is. Whoever answered this obviously did no research, because this is simply not true. AK-47's are in fact legal to own in the US.

Is AK-47 illegal?

depending on the circumstances, the answer can be yes or no.

What can you do in South Dakota?

In South Dakota you can visit the Black Hills in western South  Dakota: Mt. Rushmore National Memorial, Custer State Park, Harney  Peak, Black Elk Wilderness Area, Wind Cave

Why is there a South Dakota and North Dakota?

North Dakota and South Dakota are parts of land acquired in the  Louisiana purchase. They ended up as two distinct states due to a  political conflict at the time statehood

What is a South African 5C coin made of?

From 1961 through 1964 - silver (2.83 grams at 50% pure - 0.0455 troy ounces ASW [Actual Silver Weight]) From 1965 through 1982 - nickel (2.5 grams) From 1990 onward - coppe

Is North Dakota in South Dakota?

No, North Dakota is north of South Dakota. Both North Dakota and South Dakota were part of the Dakota Territory before they became two separate US states.

Why is it illegal in South Dakota to shoot a robin?

Robins are protected by the Migratory Birds Treaty Act of 1918, so it is illegal to shoot robins in the nations which have agreed to the treaty. Those nations are the United S