(1)If an extreme risk protection order or temporary extreme risk protection order is terminated or expires without renewal, a law enforcement agency holding any firearm that has been surrendered pursuant to section 13-14.5-108 or taken custody of pursuant to section 16-3-301.5, or a federally licensed firearms dealer described in 18 U.S.C. sec. 923, as amended, with custody of a firearm, or a relative with custody of an antique firearm or curio or relic pursuant to section 13-14.5-108 (1)(a)(III), must return the firearm requested by a respondent within three days only after confirming, through a criminal history record check performed pursuant to section 24-33.5-424, that the respondent is currently eligible to own or possess a firearm under federal and state law and after confirming with the court that the extreme risk protection order has terminated or has expired without renewal.
(2)Any firearm surrendered by a respondent pursuant to section 13-14.5-108 or taken custody of pursuant to section 16-3-301.5 that remains unclaimed by the lawful owner for at least one year from the date the temporary extreme risk protection order or extreme risk protection order expired, whichever is later, shall be disposed of in accordance with the law enforcement agency’s policies and procedures for the disposal of firearms in police custody.
Section 13-14.5-109 — Firearms - return - disposal,
https://leg.colorado.gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-13.pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).