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Oklahoma does not require a locking device to accompany the sale of a firearm, although federal law applies, and no state statutes require firearm owners to lock their weapons.

State administrative regulations may govern the storage of firearms in certain locations, however. See the Oklahoma Administrative Code for further information.

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