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Serbia. 1992 ‘Article 3.’ Republic of Serbia Law on Weapons and Ammunition, No.9/92 [Law as 2003]; Part I (Article 3). Belgrade: Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia. 1 January

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Article 3

For the purpose of this Law and as to their use and particular types the weapons are classified as follows:
1) arms for personal safety, i.e. pistols and revolvers from the Article 2, paragraph 2, point 1) of this Law, caliber 5.6 mm and larger;

2) hunting weapons, i.e. hunting guns of diverse caliber, rifled arms or smooth bored arms;

3) sporting weapons, i.e. rifles, pistols and revolvers of large caliber, accommodated for sporting purposes, small caliber rifles and revolvers and small caliber pistols 5.6 mm with rim ignition, rifled or smooth bored, air rifles and air pistols and revolvers and string weapons;

4) trophy arms, fire and cold steel, preserved from the times of uprisings and liberation wars or which represents holder's personal or family trophy;

5) ancient weapons such as rifles, revolvers, sabers, swords and other weapons not in use but of historical or artistic value;

6) combined arms, i.e. arms with two or more rifled or smooth barrels of different caliber.

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