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Croatia. 1992 ‘Article 30.’ Weapons Law; Chapter II (Article 30). Zagreb: Republic of Croatia Parliament, House of Representatives. 14 September
Without the permit issued by the competent authority, the citizens may not acquire or hold more than three pieces of antique weapons.
The antique weapon is the weapon with historical value, the weapon which is the integral part of folk costumes, the weapon fired by flint, fuse, or cap, and other firearm, not including military and police weapons, that is worn and unfit for use.
For holding more than three pieces of antique weapons, or for collecting weapons that may be collected pursuant to this Law, the licence to collect weapons is required.
The competent authority shall issue the licence to collect weapons to a person who complies with the requirements referred to in Article 17, paragraph 1, items 1) through 6) hereof and owns the space for safe storing and keeping of the collected weapons.