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Uganda. 1970 ‘Registration of Firearms Dealers and Gunsmiths.’ Firearms Act 1970, Chapter 299; Section 13. Kampala: Republic of Uganda. 1 December

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13. Registration of firearms dealers and gunsmiths

The chief licensing officer shall continue or cause to be continued in the prescribed form a register of firearms dealers and gunsmiths and shall, subject as hereafter provided, enter or cause to be entered in the register the name of any person who applies to be registered as a firearms dealer or gunsmith and furnishes the particulars prescribed by section 14.

The chief licensing officer may in his or her discretion refuse to register the name of any applicant for registration as a firearms dealer or gunsmith without assigning any reason for the refusal and in any case shall refuse to register the name of any such applicant —

who is prohibited from being registered by an order of a court made under section 19;

in respect of whom the chief licensing officer is satisfied that, having regard to the public safety or to the peace, the applicant is not a fit and proper person so to be registered;

whom the chief licensing officer is satisfied is not sufficiently qualified or competent to carry on the business of a dealer or gunsmith….

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