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Bolivia. 2014 ‘Classification of Ammunition (Clasificación de Municiones).’ Supreme Decree No. 2175, Regulation of the Act No. 400 on the Control of Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and other Related Materials; Title I, Chapter II (Article 5), pp. 7-9. La Paz: Official Gazette of Bolivia. 5 November

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Articulo 5. Clasificación de Municiones…

III. Son municiones de uso civil:

1. Munición para tiro deportivo de acuerdo a las diferentes armas y modalidades deportivas;
2. Municiones para escopetas calibres 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32 y 36 y otras relacionadas para actividades de caza;
3. Munición "22" para pistola, revolver y rifle para defensa personal.

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Supreme Decree No. 2175, Regulation of the Act No. 400 on the Control of Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and other Related Materials

Article 5. Classification of Ammunition

III. [The following are considered as] ammunition for civil use:

1. Ammunition for sports shooting in accordance with the different firearms and sporting modalities;
2. Ammunition for shotguns of [gauge] .12, .16, .20, .24, .28, .32 and .36 and others related with hunting activities;
3. Ammunition '22' [.22 calibre] for pistols, revolvers and rifles for personal defence.

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