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Serbia. 1992 ‘Article 33.’ Republic of Serbia Law on Weapons and Ammunition, No.9/92 [Law as 2003]; Part VI (Article 33). Belgrade: Official Gazette of the Republic of Serbia. 1 January
Any person who acquires, possesses, carries, manufactures, exchanges or sells firearms, ammunition or explosive materials without having authorization for that shall be sentenced from one to five years of imprisonment.
In case the offense from the paragraph 1 of this Article involves weapons 12,6 mm of caliber, gas weapons, ammunition, explosive materials, devices based on that material whose acquisition, possession, carrying, manufacturing, exchange or selling to the citizens are not allowed under any circumstances or if it is ammunition with gun powder charge in quantities larger than 60 pieces, the perpetrator shall be sentenced to at least three years of imprisonment.
In case the offense from the paragraphs 1 and 2 of this Article involves firearms 12,6 mm of caliber or larger, firearms or gas weapons in quantities larger than three pieces, hand grenades, shells, projectiles, mines or other explosive devices of fragmentation or blast action, explosive material or device based on that material in quantities of more than 1 kilogram, the perpetrator shall be sentenced to at least five years of imprisonment.