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Serbia. 1992 ‘Article 17.’ Republic of Serbia Law on Weapons and Ammunition, No.9/92 [Law as 2003]; Part II (Article 17). Belgrade: Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia. 1 January
State and other elements, companies, institutions and other legal persons may acquire and possess weapons and ammunition for conducting their work or activities based on the approval of the relevant element.
Permit to acquire and possess weapons may be issued as follows:
1) automatic and semi automatic weapons, save for the automatic pistols - to the organs, companies, institutions and other legal persons directly performing physical protection and objects' protection, to carry out their work;
2) hunting weapons - to the companies and other organizations in charge of hunting grounds;
3) sporting weapons - to shooters' organizations;
4) special weapons - to the organs, companies, institutions and other legal persons for performing their operations, and signal guns and devices also to the members of sporting and other organizations in case they represent part of their equipment for the sporting or professional activity.
Organs, companies, institutions and other legal persons from the paragraphs 1 and 2 of this Article shall be issued permit to acquire firearms ammunition in quantities necessary for their work or activity.