For most general cases, Arizona law allows for the restoration of your gun rights after a period of two years from probation or absolute discharge from imprisonment.
What if I was convicted of a serious offense
If you were convicted of a serious offense under 13-604 such as first degree murder, second degree murder, manslaughter, aggravated assault, or by discharging, exhibiting, threatening with a weapon, dangerous crimes against minors, arson, armed robbery, burglary, kidnapping, sexual conduct with a minor, or child prostitution, you can have your rights restored only after ten years after probation or release from prison.
What if I was convicted of a dangerous offense
A dangerous offense is a felony involving the intentional or knowing infliction of serious physical injury, the use or exhibition of a deadly weapon, your Second Amendment rights cannot be restored. You are not able to conceal carry a firearm legally.
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