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Bahamas. 1969 ‘Particulars to be Entered by Firearms Dealers in Register of Transactions.’ Firearms Act, Chapter 213, 1969; First Schedule (Section 26). Nassau: Government of the Bahamas. 17 July

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Particulars to be Entered by Firearms Dealers in Register of Transactions

1. The quantities and description of firearms and ammunition manufactured and the dates thereof.

2. The quantities and description of firearms and ammunition purchased or acquired, with the names and addresses of the sellers or transferors and the dates of the several transactions.

3. The quantities and description of firearms and ammunition accepted for sale, repair, test, proof, cleaning, storage, destruction or other purpose, with the names and addresses of the transferors and the dates of the several transactions.

4. The quantities and description of firearms and ammunition sold or transferred with the names and addresses of the purchasers or transferees and (except in cases where the purchaser or transferee is a registered dealer) the area in which the firearm certificates or gun licences were issued, and the dates of the several transactions.

5. The quantities and description of firearms and ammunition in possession for sale or transfer at the date of the last stocktaking or such other date in each year as may be specified in the register.

6. In this Schedule references to firearms and ammunition shall be construed as references to firearms and ammunition to which Part III of this Act applies and to guns to which Part IV of this Act applies.

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