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Marshall Islands. 1971 ‘Firearm Possession Ban.’ Weapons Control Act (1971), Revised 2004; Articles 1303, 1304. Majuro: Nitijela. 1 January
No person shall manufacture, purchase, sell, possess or carry any firearm, dangerous device or ammunition other than as hereinafter provided.
This Chapter shall not apply to:
(a) law enforcement officers while engaged in official duty except to the extent that particular provisions of this Section are expressly made applicable to them;
(b) firearms which are in unserviceable condition and which are incapable of being fired or discharged and which are kept as curios, ornaments or for their historical significance or value;
(c) weapons or other dangerous devices which are not firearms and which are kept as ornaments, curios, or objects of historical or archeological interest; provided, that the article or articles referred to herein are kept or displayed only in private homes, museums, or in connection with public exhibitions; or
(d) persons in the armed forces of the United States, whenever such persons are engaged on official duty except to the extent that particular provisions of this Part are expressly made applicable to them.