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Mauritania. 1960 ‘Article 31.’ Decree No 60.072 of April 20, 1960, on Arms and Ammunition in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania (Décret No 60.072 du 20 Avril 1960 fixant le régime des armes à feu et munitions en R.I.M.); Title III. Nouakchott: Office of the President of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania. 20 April

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Article 31:

Il ne peut être importé ou acheté plus de 300 cartouches par an pour chaque arme perfectionnée, plus de 600 grammes de poudre pour chaque arme de traite.

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Translated content:

Article 31:

No more than 300 cartridges may be imported or purchased per year for each sophisticated firearm, no more than 600 grams of powder for each weapon for exchange.

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