Disguised firearms.

Authors: Senator Michael Crider, Senator James Arnold

Digest

Defines "safety indicator" as a device or coloration designed to indicate that a toy firearm or realistic imitation firearm is not a genuine firearm. Makes it a Class C infraction to remove a safety indicator and openly carry a toy firearm or realistic imitation firearm in public. Permits a realistic imitation firearm to be used in a competition under certain conditions. Makes it a Class A misdemeanor to possess a firearm modified to resemble a toy firearm, and increases the penalty to a Level 6 felony if the person possessed the modified firearm while committing a crime.