A permit must be obtained to fire a missile.
Title 23 – Law Enforcement and Public Safety CHAPTER 33. MISSILES SECTION 23-33-10. “Missile” defined. A “missile,” as contemplated by this chapter, shall be defined as any object or substance hurled through the air by the use of gunpowder or any other explosive substance whether purchased by the individual or compounded from chemicals. SECTION 23-33-20….
When being attacked by a criminal or burglar, you may only protect yourself with the same weapon that the other person possesses.
We haven’t found this one in the ARS yet, but it might be based on the idea of the Use of Force Continuum.
Persons in possession of a “pea shooter” risk it being conviscated by police.
Sec. 18-202. Possession of b-b guns, spring guns, slingshots, beanies. (a) Prohibition. No person within the city shall have within his or her possession, except within his or her own domicile, or carry or use any air gun, “b-b” gun, gas operated gun or spring gun, or any instrument, toy, or weapon commonly known as…
Blow guns are not allowed to be used within the city limits.
Sec. 14-58. Slingshots, similar devices. It shall be unlawful to shoot gravel, shot or marble, or any other thing out of a gravel shooter, blow gun or marble sling, or other device or implement of like character. (Code 1914, § 652)