This page is designed to inform you of the policies and restrictions of privately owned firearms regarding: Carry, Prohibited Locations, Storage, Registration, Transportation and Crime Reporting.
For further questions, please contact the following agencies:
SFG Armory 307-773-3312
Reporting of a Crime:
Law Enforcement: 307-773-3501
No person may carry any firearm while under the influence of any drugs or alcohol. Upon any contact with Law Enforcement or Command Officials, all concealed card holders MUST immediately announce they are in possession of a firearm. Any violation may result in denied access to the installation, being detained, suspension of privileges, and/or removal from the installation by order of the Installation Commander or designated 90 SFG Commander. Additionally, if any commander reasonably believes a member is at risk of suicide or causing harm to others, they are authorized, consistent with the law, to order a member to turn over their firearm(s). If any person recognized any unsafe behaviors with firearms, they will report it immediately to the appropriate command authority or Law Enforcement.
ALL FIREARMS MUST BE SAFELY HANDLED AND KEPT OUT OF REACH OF ALL MINORS AND
UNAUTHORIZED PERSONS AT ALL TIMES
Firearms may only be transported in a Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) when driving directly to /from privatized housing, SF Armory, or after a purchase of a firearm at the Base Exchange (BX), or off-base. Firearms MUST be unloaded, ammunition separated, and locked in the trunk of the POV. If there is no trunk, firearm will be in a locked container out of reach from driver.
LEOSA, WCFP, and RCCL holders are authorized to transport firearms in the loaded configuration.
Purchasing. If not a LEOSA, WCFP, or RCCL licensed holder, you must immediately transport the firearm to privatized housing, SF Armory, or off the installation.
The following locations, to include respective parking areas, are prohibited from carrying a firearm, concealed or otherwise, unless in the performance of official law enforcement duties:
1. All Restricted (RA) and Controlled Areas (CA)
2. All 90th Medical Group Facilities
3. Dormitories and Lodging Facilities (i.e. VOQ, VAQ, and TLF)
4. Child Development Center (CDC), Youth and Teen Centers
5. Wrangler Lounge Bar
6. Base Post Office and Federal Credit Union
The installation Commander has authorized valid LEOSA “A” (Active Duty), card holders with proof of firearms training that is current within the last twelve (12) months to conceal carry while within the confines of FEW AFB.
Wyoming Concealed Firearm Permit (WCFP) and Reciprocating state Concealed Carry Licenses (RCCL) are authorized to transport and secure firearms in POV while within the confines of FEW AFB. RCCL and WCFP holders may NOT carry into any facility and will store firearms in POV with the exception of privatized housing. Additionally, licensed holders MUST possess a valid Department of Defense Identification Card or Common Access Card and the following status:
1. Active duty, Guard or Reserves
2. Retired Military
3. Dependent of Active duty, Guard, or Reserve
4. Department of Defense Civilian Employee
* Mandatory when firearms are stored in privatized housing or the Security Forces Armory.
1. AF Form 1314, Firearms Registration
2. DD Form 2760, Qualification to Possess Firearms or Ammunition
When complete, send completed forms to: 90SFS.S5R@us.af.mil
While in privatized housing, all firearms MUST be stored in a locked container equipped with tamper resistant mechanical locks or safety device. If locking cabinets are constructed with glass, additional levels of security MUST be in place in the event the glass is broken. Ammunition may be stored in a locked drawer, lock container, or in an area secured from a child or other unauthorized personnel.
LEOSA, WCFP, and RCCL holders are authorized to store firearms in appropriate case of a lockable vehicle compartment and maintain positive control of keys at all times. No persons under the age of 18 may be left unattended in a Privately Owned Vehicles containing a firearm.
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