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Ireland. 1925. ‘Firearms Act (1925).’ Irish Statute Book Database 1922-1998; Section 8.. Dublin: Office of the Attorney General and Houses of the Oireachtas of Saorstát Eireann. 6 June.

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Section 8

(1) The following persons are hereby declared to be disentitled to hold a firearm certificate, that is to say:
(a) any person under the age of fifteen years, and
(b) any person of intemperate habits, and
(c) any person of unsound mind, and
(d) any person who has been sentenced by any court in all Saorstát Éireann for any crime to penal servitude for any term which has not expired or has expired within five years previously, and
(e) any person who has been sentenced by any court in Saorstát Éireann for any crime to imprisonment for any term of not less that three months which has not expired or has expired within five years previously, and
(f) any person who is subject to the supervision of the police, and
(g) any person who is bound by a recognizance to keep the peace or be of good behaviour, a condition of which is that such person shall not have in his possession, or use, or carry any firearm or ammunition.

ID: Q228

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