750.777 Second amendment freedom. Carry and possession of arms.
Sec. 777: (1) Except as otherwise provided in this act, no person shall brandish any arm. Nor shall any person: threaten, kill, or in anyway harm someone with an arm unless exempted under this act.
(2) No shall go armed with unlawful intent. Nor shall any felon go armed at any time.
(3) Any person who lawfully owns an arm, who is not a felon, shall be allowed to carry, possess, or own any arm and carry that arm with no licensing, registration, or fee(s) required.
(4) A person who lawfully owns an arm, who is not a felon, can carry an arm everywhere within this state except on private property where the carry of arms is clearly prohibited and the property has lock boxes to store arms and armed security with metal detectors.
(5) The state legislature is the only body that may control the carry, possession, purchase, and ownership of arms. This shall include, but not limited to, counties, cities, townships, villages, libraries, colleges, universities, or any place that is not completely private property. Only private property owners shall be allowed to restrict carry of arms.
Exemptions to (1)
a. Any person who is not engaged in the commission of a crime who uses their arm(s), shall have no duty to retreat if they reasonably fear for themselves or other law abiding citizen: the loss or destruction of property, the loss of life, serious bodily harm, rape or kidnapping.
Any person who is guilty of (1) shall be sentenced up to 5 years in prison for brandishing or threatening another person with an arm. Any person who shall harm or kill any person with an arm shall be sentenced to a minimum of 5 years in prison and a maximum of 60 years in prison.
Any person who is guilty of (2) shall be sentenced to a minimum of 5 years in prison and no more than 30 years in prison.
Any violation of part (4) or (5) by a body or private property shall result in a fine of no more than $50,000 and paying for all costs of any lawsuits brought against them for violating this law.
Arm(s): Shall include anything that may be used as a self defense tool. This shall include, but is not limited to: firearms, knives, machetes, all tasers, pepper spray, brass knuckles, or any other weapon that may be used for self defense.