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Uruguay. 1969 ‘Security Measures (Sistemas de seguridad).’ Decree 365/969, on Security Measures (Decreto 365/969 sobre Sistemas de Seguridad) (Article 3), p. 1. Montevideo: Republic of Uruguay. 31 July

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Sistemas de seguridad

Article 3 - Todas las personas que se dediquen al comercio de armas o municiones, los coleccionistas –con excepción de los que se encuentren registrados como tales en el Museo Militar-, clubs de tiro y similares deberán registrarse en el Servicio de Material y Armamento especificando cantidad de armas y municiones que tengan en existencia presentado además las Guías individuales de cada una. Estarán obligados a implantar sistemas de seguridad en los lugares en que depositen sus armas y municiones, debiendo dicho sistema obtener el visto bueno de la Jefatura de Policía local y del Servicio de Material y Armamento. Hasta tanto ello no ocurra, las armas y municiones serán depositadas en la dependencia que el Ministerio de Defensa establezca…

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Security Measures

Article 3 - All persons engaged in the commerce of firearms or ammunition; collectors, with the exception of those who are registered as such in the Military Museum; shooting clubs and those which are similar shall be duly registered in the Materiel and Weapons Service, specifying the quantity of firearms and ammunition mentioned in each permit.

They must implement security measures in places where they store their firearms and ammunition, which must be approved by the local police department and Material and Weapons Service. Until these formalities are fulfilled, firearms and ammunition shall be deposited in a warehouse chosen by the Ministry of Defence…

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