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Stun Guns/Defense Sprays/Tasers

Stun Guns

Stun guns and defense sprays (such as pepper spray) are exempt from the definition of “dangerous weapons" and therefore you do not need a concealed weapon license to carry those items concealed (e.g. in a purse or bag, under clothing, under the vehicle seat or in the vehicle’s glove box) within North Dakota.
You should be aware, however, that in other states, possession or carry (open or concealed) of these items may be prohibited, even if the state has reciprocity with North Dakota. You must comply with the laws in the state you are visiting or in which you are traveling – please contact that state directly.

Tasers

For someone who is prohibited from possessing a firearm, a TASER is considered a dangerous weapon and cannot be carried without a concealed weapon license.
For someone not prohibited from possessing a firearm, a TASER that only delivers a single application of voltage is not considered a dangerous weapon and may be carried without a concealed weapon license.  However, if the TASER is capable of delivering multiple applications of voltage, it may not be carried without a concealed weapon license.

The BCI cannot provide legal advice or interpret the law. For legal advice or assistance, you will need to contact an attorney in private practice.