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Puerto Rico. 2000 ‘Limit to the Number of Weapons.’ Puerto Rico Arms Act of 2000; Title 25, Subtitle 1, Part V, Chapter 51A (Sub-chapter 4, Section 457k). San Juan: Puerto Rico. 11 September

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25 L.P.R.A. § 457k (2013)

Section 457k. Limit to the Number of Weapons

The special license to possess and maintain at the place of business a long barreled weapons depot shall allow the security agency to have under its control and care a specific number of long barreled weapons such as semiautomatic shotguns and rifles registered in its name in the registers of the Superintendent.1 The agency may only acquire two (2) long barreled weapons over the number of armored vehicles owned by the agency and devoted to the transportation of valuables as certified by the Public Service Commission.

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