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REQUIREMENTS FOR INHERITANCE OF A FIREARM

 

  1. Filling in of application forms (form K) from any nearest police station.
  2. Lifting of finger prints from any nearest police station
  3. Attach a copy of identity (National Registration Card or passport)
  4. Attach a copy of order of appointment as administrator
  5. Attach two letters of consent from close family members to the deceased and copies of their NRCs or passports.
  6. Submission of application forms to Central Firearms Registry through the local police or in person
  7. Attach photo copies of licence relating to the said firearm

 

WHO QUALIFIES TO HOLD A FIREARM LICENCE

 

-          A person who has not attained the age of twenty-one years shall not purchase, acquire or have in his possession any firearm or ammunition, and no person shall sell, let on hire or give any firearm or ammunition to a person whom he knows or has grounds for believing to be under the age of twenty-one years.

 

-          A fit and proper person - it must be a person who is stable and responsible. Such a person should neither be violent nor be involved in domestic violence, abuse or dependent on alcohol or narcotics.

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