notify the entry controller that they have a privately owned weapon
and where they intend on transporting it.
All residents living in government-owned facilities or contracted
housing must register privately-owned firearms with the 802nd
Security Forces Squadron.
Privately-owned firearms requiring registration include any item
capable of firing a projectile excluding pellet and airsoft guns.
New arrivals to JBSA-Lackland base housing facilities with
privately-owned firearms have 72-hours to register at Pass and
Registration, Bldg. 5616 or they will be in violation of
JBSA-Lackland Instruction 31-101, Installation Security Program,
which can result in an Article 92 charge.
In addition to registration, privately-owned firearms stored in base
housing residences are required to be in a locked storage or the
firearm must be equipped with a tamper-resistant mechanical lock or
other safety device.
Up to five firearms can be registered on Department of Defense Form
2760 (Qualification to Possess Firearms or Ammunition) and Air Force
Form 1314 (Firearms Registration), which must be signed by the
The forms are processed at Pass and Registration, and available at
Airmen who outprocess or dispose of registered privately-owned
firearms are required to remove those items from the Security Forces
Management Information System at Pass and Registration.
Removal of privately owned firearms stored at the Security Forces
armory by Airmen must be coordinated with armory personnel.
For more information on registering privately-owned firearms in base
housing facilities, contact Pass and Registration, Bldg. 5616, at
For more information on storing privately-owned firearms in the
Security Forces armory, contact (210) 671-2451.