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Chile. 2007 ‘Private Security Companies (Impresas Vigilantes Privados).’ Complementary Regulation of Act No. 17.798, on the Control of Firearms and Related Materials (Reglamento Complementario de la Ley 17.798, sobre Control de Armas y Elementos Similares); Title 5, Chapter 2 (Article 73), p. 29. Santiago: Ministry of National Defence. 22 February

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Artículo 73. Impresas Vigilantes Privados

Se autoriza a las empresas capacitadoras de Vigilantes Privados para inscribir un máximo de ocho armas de fuego, con uso de Seguridad y Protección para el adiestramiento de los Vigilantes, actividad que se desarrollará conforme a las normas establecidas en el Decreto Ley N° 3.607, del año 1981 sobre Vigilantes Privados y sus modificaciones.

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Translated content:

Article 73. Private Security Companies

Private Security companies are authorised to register a maximum of eight firearms for Security and Protection purposes, for the training of security guards. This activity shall be carried out in accordance with regulations established in the Decree-Law No 3.607, of 1981, on Private Security Guards and their modifications.

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