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Cayman Islands. 1964 ‘General Restriction on Carrying Firearms and Wearing Bullet-proof Vests in Public.’ Firearms Law 17 of 1964 (2008 Revision); Part IV (Article 16), p. 12. George Town: Government of the Cayman Islands. 22 October

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General Restriction on Carrying Firearms and Wearing Bullet-proof Vests in Public

16. (1) No person shall carry any firearm in any public place unless at the time when he carries such firearm he has about his person a Firearm User's (Restricted) Licence authorising him to carry such firearm in such place.

(2) No person shall carry or wear a bullet-proof vest in any public place except with the prior written approval of the Commissioner.

(3) Any person found carrying a firearm, or carrying or wearing a bullet-proof vest, in any public place in contravention of subsection (1) or (2) may be arrested without warrant by any constable and such firearm or bullet-proof vest may be impounded.

(4) Whoever contravenes subsection (1) or (2) is guilty of an offence and liable on summary conviction to a fine of five hundred dollars and to imprisonment for twelve months.

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