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Posted on: April 20, 2017

Oklahoma Self Defense Act Processing

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The Oklahoma Self Defense Act Handgun application can be completed at three locations in Oklahoma County.

Main Jail - 201 N. Shartel (M-F 0800-1530)

Francis Tuttle Substation (Northwest Hall) - 12777 N. Rockwell (M-F 0800-1630)

Midwest City Substation - 8029 SE 29th (M-F 0800-1730)


 If you live in any other county, you must go to that Sheriff’s Office and complete your application. Contact them directly for their service hours and location. You must have the following things with you to complete your application:

  • A Government-issued photo ID
  • Your original training certificate
  • Two passport-sized photographs
  • Your completed application
  • $25 fee to the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, payable by exact cash, money order, or cashier’s check. We do not take credit cards for this portion of your payment, and this fee includes your fingerprinting and local background check.
  • $100 or $200 fee to the OSBI, based on whether you are applying for a 5-year or 10-year license, money order, or cashier’s check. The OSBI will not accept cash for this portion of your payment.

We encourage citizens to arrive at least and hour and a half before the posted closing time to ensure enough time to complete the SDA process. If there are any questions in regards to the Self Defense Act and/or the processing of the Self Defense Act please feel free to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 405.869.2567.

Fingerprint cards outside the SDA process are $5 each, and payment is by exact cash, cashier’s check, or money order. You will need a government-issued photo ID.


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