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NCJ Number: 36261 Find in a Library
Title: IMPORT AND EXPORT OF SMALL FIREARMS
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: International Criminal Police Organization
France
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 100
Sponsoring Agency: International Criminal Police Organization
92210 Saint Cloud, France
Publication Number: 8
Type: Survey (Cross-Cultural)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: France
Annotation: THIS REPORT SUMMARIZES THE REPLIES OF 63 COUNTRIES TO A FEBRUARY 1972 QUESTIONAIRE SURVEY ON THEIR NATIONAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE IMPORT AND EXPORT OF SMALL FIREARMS.
Abstract: FOUR DIFFERENT AREAS ARE DISCUSSED - WHOLESALE IMPORT OF SMALL FIREARMS (COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS), BRINGING IN OF SMALL FIREARMS BY PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS, WHOLESALE EXPORT OF SMALL FIREARMS (COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS), AND TAKING OUT OF SMALL FIREARMS BY PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS. CONSIDERED ARE THE SYSTEM IN FORCE, CONDITIONS GOVERNING SUCH OPERATIONS IN COUNTRIES WHERE THEY ARE AUTHORIZED BUT SUBJECT TO REGULATIONS, CONTROL AUTHORITIES AND PROCEDURES, AND PENALTIES. ADDITIONAL DATA IS CONSOLIDATED IN THREE APPENDIXES: PENALTIES, LAWS AND REGULATIONS: REFERENCES, AND THE MANUFACTURE OF SMALL FIREARMS.
Index Term(s): Country-by-country surveys; Firearm imports/exports; Firearms acts; Gun Control; Handguns; International Criminal Police Organization
Note: INTERPOL, 43D GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION, CANNES, 19-25 SEPTEMBER 1974.
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