TASER State Requirements

Use the map below to learn whether TASER devices are legal to possess in your state and whether restrictions are in place. This information should not be construed as legal advice and is offered for information purposes only. Additionally, the map is not updated on a regular basis. Axon strongly recommends that you consult with the state and local laws in your state for up-to-date information regarding the legality of TASER devices in your area.

State

Legal for Security Guard Use


Alabama

Yes


Alaska

Yes


Arizona

Yes


Arkansas

Yes


California

Yes


Colorado

Yes


Connecticut

No


Delaware

Yes


District of Columbia

Yes


Florida

Yes


Georgia

Yes


Hawaii

No (Will be legal for security use on January 1, 2022)


Idaho

Yes


Illinois

Yes (with FOID)


Indiana

Yes


Iowa

Yes (with professional permit)


Kansas

Yes


Kentucky

Yes


Louisiana

Yes


Maine

Yes


Maryland

Yes


Massachusetts

Yes


Michigan

Yes


Minnesota

Yes


Mississippi

Yes


Missouri

Yes


Montana

Yes


Nebraska

Yes


Nevada

Yes


New Hampshire

Yes


New Jersey

Yes (as of April 2019)


New Mexico

Yes


New York

Yes (as of April 2019)


North Carolina

Yes (no concealed carry outside of own premises)


North Dakota

Yes


Ohio

Yes


Oklahoma

Yes


Oregon

Yes


Pennsylvania

Yes


Puerto Rico

Yes


Rhode Island

No


South Carolina

Yes


South Dakota

Yes


Tennessee

Yes (permit required)


Texas

Yes


Utah

Yes


Vermont

Yes


Virginia

Yes


Washington

Yes


West Virginia

Yes (permit required for concealed carry unless on own premises)


Wisconsin

Yes (with CCW License)


Wyoming

Yes