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Nicaragua. 2004 ‘Prohibited Firearms (Armas prohibidas).’ Act No. 510 on the Control and Regulation of Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and Other Related Materials (Ley Nº 510 sobre el Control y Regulación de Armas de Fuego, Municiones, Explosivos y Otros Materiales Relacionados); Chapter III (Article 10 (I)), pp. 13-15. Managua: National Assembly of the Republic of Nicaragua. 18 November

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Article 10. (I) Armas prohibidas

Se consideran armas prohibidas y proscritas por el Estado de Nicaragua, las armas de destrucción masiva, atómicas, químicas y biológicas y aquellas sustancias químicas, tóxicas o sus percusores, municiones y dispositivos, que estén destinados de modo expreso a causar la muerte o lesiones mediante propiedades tóxicas provocadas por estas sustancias, así como aquellas armas prohibidas comprendidas en los Convenios Internacionales que Nicaragua suscriba y ratifique. Se prohíbe la importación, distribución, intermediación, posesión, transporte y tránsito de armas prohibidas, por el territorio nacional indistintamente de su objetivo y finalidad.

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Translated content:

Article 10. (I) Prohibited Firearms

Prohibited firearms are weapons of mass destruction, nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and those with chemical or toxic substances or their precursors, ammunition and devices, which are specifically designed to cause death or other harm via these means, as well as banned weapons covered by international conventions that Nicaragua has signed and ratified. The import, distribution, brokering, possession, transport and transit of prohibited firearms through the country regardless of their object and purpose is prohibited.

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