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Wisconsin does not require that locking devices be included with each firearm sold, although federal law applies.

Wisconsin also does not require firearm owners to utilize locking devices. See the Wisconsin Child Access Prevention section, however, for information regarding the use of locking devices as a means of avoiding liability for unauthorized firearm use by children.

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