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I know in all states you must be 21 to purchase one from a dealer,and in most states you can purchase or receive one from an individual that does not possess an FFL as long as you're 18 or older. I have always heard north-dakota required you to be 21 to posses a handgun,but on the "SLED" website it states. (A) It is unlawful for a person to knowingly sell, offer to sell, deliver, lease, rent, barter, exchange, or transport for sale into this State any handgun to person under the age of eighteen, but this shall not apply to the issue of handguns to members of the Armed Forces of the United States, active or reserve, National Guard, State Militia, or R. O. T. C., when on duty or training or the temporary loan of handguns for instructions under the immediate supervision of a parent or adult instructor. So the age to own a handgun would be 18 correct? Here is the SLED site
Apparently that changed a couple of years ago: