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Guatemala. 2011 ‘Marking of Firearms Manufactured in the Country (Marcaje de armas fabricadas en el país).’ Regulation of the Act on Firearms and Ammunition (Reglamento de la Ley de armas y municiones); Title III, Chapter X (Article 48), p. 35. Guatemala City: Government of the Republic of Guatemala. 1 March

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Artículo 48. Marcaje de armas fabricadas en el país

Todas las armas que se fabriquen en el territorio nacional deberán llevar el marcaje visible con la información siguiente: nombre del fabricante, lugar de fabricación, calibre, número de registro y modelo. Si las armas de fuego fueran destinadas para el comercio dentro del territorio nacional, deberá agregarse al marcaje el término GUA.

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Article 48. Marking of Firearms Manufactured in the Country

All firearms that are manufactured in the country must bear a visible mark with the following information: name of the manufacturer, place of manufacture, calibre, registration number and model. If firearms are destined to be traded within the country, firearms shall be marked with the letters 'GUA'.

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