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I want to get my lifetime handgun permit and i cant seem to find anywhere online (www.fwpd.org) that tells me what info I need to bring with me or a form to fill out before showing up at the station.

Furthermore, I was not born in this state but have lived in IN sense 1993 does that require me provide any other information?

Any link to forms or what is required to save me a few trips down to the station would be much appreciated.

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Contact the State Police at 317-232-8264 for any questions that you might have if you live outside of the City of Fort Wayne. Otherwise call our Records office at 427-2213 for answers to your questions. Read the below attached information pertaining to this subject matter.

Note: Indiana Statutes can be looked up online at www.in.gov/legislative/.
How do I apply for a handgun license?
The relevant statute is IC 35-47-2-3.
The application is really a two part process beginning with a recommendation from your
local law enforcement agency and then the application is sent to the Indiana State
Police. The Indiana State Police Superintendent is charged with the responsibility of
actually issuing the license and administering the licensing program.
If you live in a city or town, then you must begin the application process with the police
department in that city or town. If you do not live in a city or town, then you must begin
the process with the sheriff of the county in which you reside. The local department will
charge a fee at that time; however, another fee will have to be provided to the state
when it is forwarded to the State Police. Please see the fee schedule at the bottom of
the FAQ page. Please understand that if someone else types your application for you,
you are responsible for reviewing and verifying that the information on the application is
correct before you sign the application.
Some local departments will mail the application to the Indiana State Police for you and
others will have you mail it.
An application is currently composed of three separate documents: 1) the original
application, 2) the supplemental application, and 3) a blue FBI applicant fingerprint card.
The first is the application itself, which is composed of three carbonless sheets. The
white copy is sent to the state after being completed and signed by the chief of police,
town marshal, or sheriff over the jurisdiction in which you reside. The yellow copy is
retained by the local agency and the pink copy is your receipt. The class of license you
are applying for will actually be selected on the supplemental application.
The supplemental form is one sheet and contains the lifetime handgun license
selections and the fee schedule that began July 1, 2006.
Finally a fingerprint card must be completed. Please make sure that all identifiers on
the fingerprint card are competed or the application packet will be returned to you.
A money order or certified check made payable to the state of Indiana for the proper
amount must be included.
How do I get a duplicate handgun license?
Complete the “Duplicate Handgun License Request and
Notification of Name or Address Change Form” and mail it to the firearms section with a
money order for $20. If it is hand written, please make sure that it is printed and legible.
My name or address has changed. Do I have to pay for a duplicate license?
No. Complete the “Duplicate Handgun License Request and Notification of Name or
Address Change Form” and mail or fax the form to the firearms section. Check that you
are notifying the section of your information change only. The change will be made in
the firearms database and there is no fee for this service. If you want a license issued
with the changes on it, then yes, the $20 fee for the duplicate license does apply.
Does the State Police set the fees for handgun licenses?
No. The fees for handgun licenses are established in state statute. Laws in the state
are passed by the legislature (Fees: IC 35-47-2-3 & 4).
How long does it normally take to receive a handgun license?
If the form is completed properly and the applicant has no background problems, the
license is routinely issued in 4 to 8 weeks. Please be aware that improperly completed
applications and those with background problems may take longer.
I currently have a handgun license and I want a lifetime license. When can I apply
for my lifetime license?
According to IC 35-47-2-6, the period during which an application for the renewal of an
existing license may be filed begins one hundred eighty (180) days before the expiration
of the existing license.
I am currently a four year personal protection license holder and I want a lifetime
license, do I still have to wait within 180 days of my current licenses expiration
before I can apply for the lifetime license?
Yes (Re: IC 35-47-2-6).
Who may not be eligible for a license to carry?
IC 35-47-2-3
(g) A license to carry a handgun shall not be issued to any person who:
(1) has been convicted of a felony;
(2) has had a license to carry a handgun suspended, unless the person's license
has been reinstated;
(3) is under eighteen (18) years of age;
(4) is under twenty-three (23) years of age if the person has been adjudicated a
delinquent child for an act that would be a felony if committed by an adult; or
(5) has been arrested for a Class A or Class B felony, or any other felony that was
committed while armed with a deadly weapon or that involved the use of violence, if a
court has found probable cause to believe that the person committed the offense
charged.
In the case of an arrest under subdivision (5), a license to carry a handgun may be
issued to a person who has been acquitted of the specific offense charged or if the
charges for the specific offense are dismissed.
How does a conviction of domestic battery affect my right to carry a handgun?
IC 35-47-2-1
Carrying a handgun without a license or by person convicted of domestic battery
35-47-2-1 Sec. 1. (a) Except as provided in subsection (b) and section 2 of this
chapter, a person shall not carry a handgun in any vehicle or on or about the person's
body, except in the person's dwelling, on the person's property or fixed place of
business, without a license issued under this chapter being in the person's possession.
(b) Unless the person's right to possess a firearm has been restored under IC 3-7-13-
5 or IC 33-28-4-8, a person who has been convicted of domestic battery under IC 35-
42-2-1.3 may not possess or carry a handgun in any vehicle or on or about the person's
body in the person's dwelling or on the person's property or fixed place of business.
What is the definition of a “proper person” to be licensed?
35-47-1-7 Sec. 7. "Proper person" means a person who:
(1) does not have a conviction for resisting law enforcement under IC 35-44-3-3
within five (5) years before the person applies for a license or permit under this chapter;
(2) does not have a conviction for a crime for which the person could have been
sentenced for more than one (1) year;
(3) does not have a conviction for a crime of domestic violence (as defined in
IC 35-41-1-6.3), unless a court has restored the person's right to possess a firearm
under IC 3-7-13-5;
(4) is not prohibited by a court order from possessing a handgun;
(5) does not have a record of being an alcohol or drug abuser as defined in this
chapter;
(6) does not have documented evidence which would give rise to a reasonable
belief that the person has a propensity for violent or emotionally unstable conduct;
(7) does not make a false statement of material fact on the person's application;
(8) does not have a conviction for any crime involving an inability to safely handle a
handgun;
(9) does not have a conviction for violation of the provisions of this article within
five (5) years of the person's application; or
(10) does not have an adjudication as a delinquent child for an act that would be a
felony if committed by an adult, if the person applying for a license or permit under this
chapter is less than twenty-three (23) years of age.
What is the legal definition of a handgun under Indiana Law?
IC 35-47-1-6 "Handgun"
35-47-1-6 Sec. 6. "Handgun" means any firearm:
(1) designed or adapted so as to be aimed and fired from one (1) hand, regardless
of barrel length; or
(2) any firearm with:
(A) a barrel less than sixteen (16) inches in length; or
(B) an overall length of less than twenty-six (26) inches.
What states honor my Indiana handgun license?
Indiana honors all other states handgun licenses. Not all other states honor Indiana’s
license. Websites and organizations such as the NRA do attempt to track this
information. Each state regulates this area differently and there is no obligation for one
state to notify another state of any change in their law; therefore the department does
not attempt to track this information.
Note: Illinois issues a Firearms Owners Identification (FOI) card. This card relates to
the purchasing of firearms, not a permit to routinely carry a handgun and is therefore is
not honored as such in Indiana.
I am a resident of another state and I have a valid handgun license issued by my
home state. Does Indiana honor my states license?
Yes. Indiana honors valid handgun licenses issued by another state.
IC 35-47-2-21
Recognition of retail dealers' licenses and licenses to carry handguns issued by other states
35-47-2-21 Sec. 21. (a) Retail dealers' licenses issued by other states or foreign countries will
not be recognized in Indiana except for sales at wholesale.
(b) Licenses to carry handguns, issued by other states or foreign countries, will be recognized
according to the terms thereof but only while the holders are not residents of Indiana.
Does the state regulate the purchasing of handguns?
The relevant chapter in statute is IC 35-47-2.5
The state does require handgun dealers to have an Indiana dealer’s license. Indiana
law requires the dealer to complete a check through the National Instant Criminal
Background Check System maintained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and for
prospective purchasers to complete federal form 4473 on each purchase.
If I purchase a handgun from a private person, do I have to complete a transfer
form?
No. Indiana does not require the completion of a form for a private purchase nor do you
have to route the transfer through a dealer. Recommend reviewing statutes in IC 35-
47-2.5 which is the chapter regulating the sale of handguns in regards to a private sale
or purchase.
IC 35-47-2.5-14
Providing handgun to ineligible purchaser; exemptions
Sec. 14. (a) This section does not apply to a person who provides a handgun to the following:
(1) A child who is attending a hunters safety course or a firearms safety course or an adult
who is supervising the child during the course.
(2) A child engaging in practice in using a firearm for target shooting at an established
range or in an area where the discharge of a firearm is not prohibited or is supervised by:
(A) a qualified firearms instructor; or
(B) an adult who is supervising the child while the child is at the range.
(3) A child engaging in an organized competition involving the use of a firearm or
participating in or practicing for a performance by an organized group under Section 501(c)(3) of
the Internal Revenue Code that uses firearms as a part of a performance or an adult who is
involved in the competition or performance.
(4) A child who is hunting or trapping under a valid license
issued to the child under IC 14-22.
(5) A child who is traveling with an unloaded firearm to or from an activity described in this
section.
(6) A child who:
(A) is on real property that is under the control of the child's parent, an adult family
member of the child, or the child's legal guardian; and
(B) has permission from the child's parent or legal guardian to possess a firearm.
(b) A person who purchases a handgun with the intent to:
(1) resell or otherwise provide the handgun to another person who the person knows or has
reason to believe is ineligible for any reason to purchase or otherwise receive from a dealer a
handgun; or
(2) transport the handgun out of the state to be resold or otherwise provided to another
person who the transferor knows is ineligible to purchase or otherwise receive a firearm;
commits a Class D felony.
(c) If the violation of this section involves a transfer of more than one (1) handgun, the offense
is a Class C felony.
As added by P.L.17-1997, SEC.8.
IC 35-47-2.5-15
Ineligible purchaser attempting to purchase handgun; violation
Sec. 15. (a) A person who is ineligible to purchase or otherwise receive or possess a handgun
in Indiana who knowingly or intentionally solicits, employs, or assists any person in violating
section 14 of this chapter commits a Class D felony.
(b) If the violation involves a transfer of more than one (1) handgun, the offense is a Class C
felony.
As added by P.L.17-1997, SEC.8.
Why do you not wait to cash my check until you process the application?
Indiana Board of Accounts procedures require the money be deposited within 24 hours.
I have a felony record, can I possess a firearm?
No, federal law prohibits a convicted felon from owning a firearm.
I have a felony record, can I possess a cap and ball musket?
Yes, unless your felony conviction is for a crime listed under IC 35-47-4-5.
IC 35-47-4-5
Unlawful possession of firearm by serious violent felon
35-47-4-5 Sec. 5. (a) As used in this section, "serious violent felon" means a person who has
been convicted of:
(1) committing a serious violent felony in:
(A) Indiana; or
(B) any other jurisdiction in which the elements of the crime for which the conviction
was entered are substantially similar to the elements of a serious violent felony; or
(2) attempting to commit or conspiring to commit a serious violent felony in:
(A) Indiana as provided under IC 35-41-5-1 or IC 35-41-5-2;
or
(B) any other jurisdiction in which the elements of the crime for which the conviction
was entered are substantially similar to the elements of attempting to commit or conspiring to
commit a serious violent felony.
(b) As used in this section, "serious violent felony" means:
(1) murder (IC 35-42-1-1);
(2) voluntary manslaughter (IC 35-42-1-3);
(3) reckless homicide not committed by means of a vehicle (IC 35-42-1-5);
(4) battery as a:
(A) Class A felony (IC 35-42-2-1(a)(5));
(B) Class B felony (IC 35-42-2-1(a)(4)); or
(C) Class C felony (IC 35-42-2-1(a)(3));
(5) aggravated battery (IC 35-42-2-1.5);
(6) kidnapping (IC 35-42-3-2);
(7) criminal confinement (IC 35-42-3-3);
(8) rape (IC 35-42-4-1);
(9) criminal deviate conduct (IC 35-42-4-2);
(10) child molesting (IC 35-42-4-3);
(11) sexual battery as a Class C felony (IC 35-42-4-8);
(12) robbery (IC 35-42-5-1);
(13) carjacking (IC 35-42-5-2);
(14) arson as a Class A felony or Class B felony (IC 35-43-1-1(a));
(15) burglary as a Class A felony or Class B felony (IC 35-43-2-1);
(16) assisting a criminal as a Class C felony (IC 35-44-3-2);
(17) resisting law enforcement as a Class B felony or Class C felony (IC 35-44-3-3);
(18) escape as a Class B felony or Class C felony (IC 35-44-3-5);
(19) trafficking with an inmate as a Class C felony (IC 35-44-3-9);
(20) criminal gang intimidation (IC 35-45-9-4);
(21) stalking as a Class B felony or Class C felony (IC 35-45-10-5);
(22) incest (IC 35-46-1-3);
(23) dealing in or manufacturing cocaine or a narcotic drug (IC 35-48-4-1);
(24) dealing in methamphetamine (IC 35-48-4-1.1);
(25) dealing in a schedule I, II, or III controlled substance (IC 35-48-4-2);
(26) dealing in a schedule IV controlled substance (IC 35-48-4-3); or
(27) dealing in a schedule V controlled substance (IC 35-48-4-4).
(c) A serious violent felon who knowingly or intentionally possesses a firearm commits
unlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon, a Class B felony.
Does Indiana statute require me to carry the handgun on my person concealed or
exposed?
Indiana law is silent on this issue; however, carrying an exposed weapon in public may
alarm some people. Also, the right to carry a firearm may be restricted on private
property and businesses by the owners. Be attentive for signs warning of restricted
areas when carrying firearms into public places. If approached by law enforcement for
official business such as traffic stops or complaint related inquiries, it is recommended
that you tell the officer in a non-threatening manner that you are carrying a weapon or
have a weapon in the vehicle and that you have a valid permit. A law enforcement
officer does have the right to inspect the permit.
Does Indiana state law define areas where it is illegal to carry a handgun even
with a permit?
Yes, and for your information the following state statutes and administrative code
references are provided. Please be aware that local municipalities and counties may
have enacted ordinances that are not listed, primarily limiting firearms in public buildings
and property. Also, the right to carry a firearm may be restricted on private property and
businesses by the owners. Be attentive for signs warning of restricted areas when
carrying firearms into public places.
School Property
IC 35-47-9
Chapter 9. Possession of Firearms on School Property and School Buses
IC 35-47-9-1
Exemptions from chapter
35-47-9-1 Sec. 1. This chapter does not apply to the following:
(1) A:
(A) federal;
(B) state; or
(C) local;
law enforcement officer.
(2) A person who has been employed or authorized by:
(A) a school; or
(B) another person who owns or operates property being used by a school for a school
function;
to act as a security guard, perform or participate in a school function, or participate in any
other activity authorized by a school.
(3) A person who:
(A) may legally possess a firearm; and
(B) possesses the firearm in a motor vehicle that is being operated by the person to
transport another person to or from a school or a school function.
IC 35-47-9-2
Possession of firearms on school property, at school function, or on school bus; felony
35-47-9-2 Sec. 2. A person who possesses a firearm:
(1) in or on school property;
(2) in or on property that is being used by a school for a school function; or
(3) on a school bus;
commits a Class D felony.
Airports and Aircraft
IC 35-47-6
Chapter 6. Weapons on Aircraft
IC 35-47-6-0.5
Applicability of chapter
35-47-6-0.5 Sec. 0.5. (a) Except as provided in subsection (b), this chapter does not apply to
an official or employee:
(1) of:
(A) the United States;
(B) a state or political subdivision of a state;
(C) an operator (as defined in IC 5-23-2-8); or
(D) any other entity that has been granted statutory authority to enforce the penal laws of
Indiana;
(2) who has been granted the power to effect arrests under Indiana law; and
(3) who has been authorized by the official's or employee's agency or employer to carry
firearms.
(b) An individual described in subsection (a) is subject to the applicable regulations of the
United States concerning the possession and carriage of firearms on aircraft or in areas of an
airport to which access is controlled by the inspection of persons and property.
IC 35-47-6-1
Firearm, explosive, or deadly weapon; possession in commercial or chartered aircraft
35-47-6-1 Sec. 1. A person who boards a commercial or charter aircraft having in his
possession:
(1) a firearm;
(2) an explosive; or
(3) any other deadly weapon;
commits a Class C felony.
IC 35-47-6-1.1
Undisclosed transport of dangerous device
35-47-6-1.1 Sec. 1.1. (a) As used in this section, "dangerous device" means:
(1) a firearm;
(2) a destructive device (as defined in IC 35-47.5-2-4); or
(3) a weapon of mass destruction (IC 35-41-1-29.4).
(b) A person who checks an item to be transported on a commercial passenger airline and
who:
(1) knows the item contains a dangerous device; and
(2) knowingly or intentionally fails to disclose orally or in writing to the person to whom
possession of the item is delivered for carriage that the item contains a dangerous device;
commits undisclosed transport of a dangerous device, a Class A misdemeanor.
IC 35-47-6-1.3
Firearm, explosive, or deadly weapon; possession in controlled access areas of an airport
35-47-6-1.3 Sec. 1.3. A person who knowingly or intentionally enters an area of an airport to
which access is controlled by the inspection of persons and property while the person:
(1) possesses:
(A) a firearm;
(B) an explosive; or
(C) any other deadly weapon; or
(2) has access to property that contains:
(A) a firearm;
(B) an explosive; or
(C) any other deadly weapon;
commits a Class A misdemeanor.
IC 35-47-6-1.4
Unlawful entry to restricted area of airport
35-47-6-1.4 Sec. 1.4. (a) This section does not apply to a person who is:
(1) employed by:
(A) an airport;
(B) an airline; or
(C) a law enforcement agency; and
(2) acting lawfully within the scope of the person's employment.
(b) A person who knowingly or intentionally enters an area of an airport to which access is
controlled by the inspection of persons or property without submitting to the inspection commits
a Class A misdemeanor.
IC 35-47-6-1.6
Disrupting operation of aircraft; Class B felony
35-47-6-1.6 Sec. 1.6. (a) A person who knowingly or intentionally uses force or violence or
the threat of force or violence to disrupt the operation of an aircraft commits a Class B felony.
(b) A person who knowingly or intentionally uses force or violence or the threat of force or
violence to hijack an aircraft in flight commits a Class A felony.
(c) For purposes of this section, an aircraft is considered to be in flight while the aircraft is:
(1) on the ground in Indiana:
(A) after the doors of the aircraft are closed for takeoff; and
(B) until the aircraft takes off;
(2) in the airspace above Indiana; or
(3) on the ground in Indiana:
(A) after the aircraft lands; and
(B) before the doors of the aircraft are opened after landing.
IC 35-47-6-3
Consent to search of person or personal belongings
35-47-6-3 Sec. 3. Any person purchasing a ticket to board any commercial or charter aircraft
shall by such purchase consent to a search of his person or personal belongings by the company
selling said ticket to him. In case said person shall refuse to submit to a search of his person or
personal belongings by said aircraft company, the person refusing may be denied the right to
board said commercial or charter aircraft.
Off Road Vehicles
IC 14-16-1
Chapter 1. Off-Road Vehicles
IC 14-16-1-23
Restrictions on operation
Sec. 23. (a) An individual shall not operate a vehicle under any of the following conditions:
(1) At a rate of speed greater than is reasonable and proper having due regard for existing
conditions or in a manner that unnecessarily endangers the person or property of another.
(2) While:
(A) under the influence of an alcoholic beverage; or
(B) unlawfully under the influence of a narcotic or other habit forming or dangerous
depressant or stimulant drug.
(3) During the hours from thirty (30) minutes after sunset to thirty (30) minutes before
sunrise without displaying a lighted headlight and a lighted taillight.
(4) In a forest nursery, a planting area, or public land posted or reasonably identified as an
area of forest or plant reproduction and when growing stock may be damaged.
(5) On the frozen surface of public waters within:
(A) one hundred (100) feet of an individual not in or upon a vehicle; or
(B) one hundred (100) feet of a fishing shanty or shelter;
except at a speed of not more than five (5) miles per hour.
(6) Unless the vehicle is equipped with a muffler in good working order and in constant
operation to prevent excessive or unusual noise and annoying smoke.
(7) Within one hundred (100) feet of a dwelling between midnight and 6:00 a.m., except on
the individual's own property or property under the individual's control or as an invited guest.
(8) On any property without the consent of the landowner or tenant.
(9) While transporting on or in the vehicle a firearm unless the firearm is:
(A) unloaded; and
(B) securely encased or equipped with and made inoperative by a manufactured
keylocked trigger housing mechanism.
(10) On or across a cemetery or burial ground.
(11) Within one hundred (100) feet of a slide, ski, or skating area, except for the purpose of
servicing the area.
(12) On a railroad track or railroad right-of-way, except railroad personnel in the
performance of duties.
(13) In or upon a flowing river, stream, or creek, except for the purpose of crossing by the
shortest possible route, unless the river, stream, or creek is of sufficient water depth to permit
movement by flotation of the vehicle at all times.
(14) An individual shall not operate a vehicle while a bow is present in or on the vehicle if
the nock of an arrow is in position on the string of the bow.
(b) Subsection (a)(9) does not apply to a person who is carrying a handgun if the person:
(1) has been issued an unlimited handgun license to carry a handgun under IC 35-47-2; or
(2) is not required to possess a license to carry a handgun under IC 35-47-2-2.
Weapons on Riverboats
Rule 7. Weapons
68 IAC 1-7-1 Weapons on the riverboat
Authority: IC 4-33-4-1; IC 4-33-4-2; IC 4-33-4-3
Affected: IC 4-33-8; IC 35-41-1-17
Sec. 1. (a) The following definitions apply throughout this rule:
(1) "Federal enforcement officer" has the meaning set forth in 5 U.S.C. 8331 or IC 35-41-1-17,
or both.
(2) "Law enforcement officer" has the meaning set forth in IC 35-41-1-17.
(3) "Security personnel" means an employee of the riverboat licensee or a supplier licensee who:
(A) holds the appropriate level of occupational license under IC 4-33-8 and 68 IAC 2-3; and
(B) is employed in the riverboat licensee's security department or by a supplier licensee that
contractually provides security services to a riverboat licensee.
(b) No individual other than an enforcement agent shall carry a weapon on board the riverboat. A
law enforcement officer or a federal enforcement officer:
(1) whose sole purpose for being on the riverboat is the performance of official duties; and
(2) who has advised the enforcement agent or the commission that the officer will be on board
the riverboat; shall be allowed to carry a weapon on board the riverboat.
(c) The riverboat licensee shall post a sign in a prominent place at the point of passenger ingress
stating, "No weapons are allowed beyond this point. Failure to comply with this rule may result
in the immediate removal from the riverboat, immediate detention by security personnel, the
imposition of civil penalties, or exclusion under IC 4-33.".
(d) The riverboat licensee shall provide a secure place to which patrons do not have access to
store weapons checked by:
(1) patrons;
(2) off duty law enforcement officers; or
(3) off duty federal enforcement officers.
(e) Security personnel may carry a weapon on board the riverboat during times that patrons are
not present.
(Indiana Gaming Commission; 68 IAC 1-7-1; filed Jun 23, 1995, 2:30 p.m.: 18 IR 2649;
readopted filed Oct 15, 2001, 4:34 p.m.: 25 IR 898; filed Dec
18, 2006, 1:16 p.m.: 20070117-IR-068060190FRA)
DNR Property
312 IAC 8-2-3
Please go to the Legislative Service website to search for latest information on this
administrative code ( http://www.in.gov/legislative/iac/ ).
HANDGUN LICENSING FEE SCHEDULE
Effective July 1, 2006
License Type
Local Fee State Fee
Four Year Hunting and
Target
$10/$5 Refundable* $5
Four Year Personal
Protection
$10/$5 Refundable*
$30
Lifetime Hunting and
Target/
No Current License
$50/$30 Refundable* $25
Lifetime Hunting and
Target/
Current Valid License
$40/$30 Refundable* $20
Lifetime Personal
Protection/
No Current License
$50/$30 Refundable* $75
Lifetime Personal
Protection/
Current Valid License
$40/$30 Refundable* $60
Retired Law Enforcement
Officer
Not Provided in Law Fee Exempt
Retired Corrections Officer
Not Provided in Law Fee Exempt
Firearms Dealer
Not Provided in Law Fee Exempt
*A portion of the local fee is refundable if a license is not issued. The entire state fee is
refundable if no license is issued.

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