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Oklahoma generally has no laws requiring the disarming of people who have become prohibited from possessing firearms. Oklahoma does require law enforcement to remove any weapon or instrument – including a firearm – when an officer has probable cause to believe the weapon or instrument has been used to commit an act of domestic abuse, but only if the perpetrator is simultaneously arrested.1

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  1. Okla. Stat. Ann. tit. 22, § 60.8(A).[]