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Nebraska law states that any firearm in the possession of a person who is violating Nebraska’s minimum age laws “shall be confiscated by a peace officer or other authorized law enforcement officer,” and “held by the agency employing such officer until it no longer is required as evidence.”1 Nebraska has no other laws requiring the removal of firearms from persons who have become prohibited from possessing them.


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  1. Neb. Rev. Stat. § 28-1204.02.[]