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Argentina. 2014 ‘Legitimate Firearm Users - Collectors (Legítimos usuarios de armas de fuego - coleccionistas).’ National Report of Argentina on its Implementation of the United Nations Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects (UNPoA), p. 3. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Argentina to the United Nations. 1 January

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Legítimos usuarios de armas de fuego

Coleccionistas

Son las personas que poseyendo más de diez armas o más de cien municiones, deciden afectarlas a una colección. Deben cumplir con especiales medidas de seguridad tendientes a evitar sustracciones o robos. Les está vedado su uso y a su vez, sobre determinadas tipos de armas (automáticas, derivadas de armas de uso exclusivamente militar, etc.), se les puede exigir que permanezcan desactivadas, con sus mecanismos de disparo guardados en otro lugar.

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Legitimate Firearm Users

Collectors

These are people who possess more than ten firearms or one hundred rounds of ammunition, and decide to keep them as a collection. They must meet special security measures that are designed to prevent theft or robbery. Certain types of firearms are forbidden from being used (such as automatic firearms that are exclusively for military use, etc.). The latter may be permitted when disabled, with their firing mechanisms kept somewhere else.

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