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Croatia. 1992 ‘Trade in Weapons and Ammunition.’ Weapons Law; Chapter V (Article 59). Zagreb: Republic of Croatia Parliament, House of Representatives. 14 September
Trade in Weapons and Ammunition
The enterprises and shops for trade in weapons and ammunition may be established by physical and legal persons under the conditions provided by this law, provided they acquire from the Ministry of the Interior the licence to conduct such business activity.
The trade in weapons and ammunition shall for the purposes of this Law be understood to be acquisition of weapons and ammunition for the purposes of selling, storing and keeping the weapons and ammunition, and their wholesale and retail sale.
The provisions of Articles 56 and 57 and Article 58, paragraph 1, of this Law, shall accordingly apply to trade in weapons and ammunition.
The warehouses in which wholesale in weapons and ammunition takes place must comply with the requirements stipulated for storing and keeping of explosive substances in the law or the regulations passed based on the law.