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India. 1959 ‘Prohibition of Sale or Transfer of Firearms Not Bearing Identification Marks.’ Arms Act (1959), Act No. 54, An Act to Consolidate and Amend the Law Relating to Arms and Ammunition; Chapter 2 (Section 8). New Delhi: Parliament of the Republic of India. 23 December

Relevant contents

8. Prohibition of sale or transfer of firearms not bearing identification marks.

(1) No person shall obliterate, remove, alter or forge any name, number or other identification mark stamped or otherwise shown on a firearm.

(2) No person shall sell or transfer any firearm which does not bear the name of the maker, manufacturer's number or other identification mark stamped or otherwise shown thereon in a manner approved by the Central Government.

ID: Q1495

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