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Costa Rica. 2014 ‘Import Permits for Firearms that Resemble Prohibited Firearms (Permisos de Importación de Armas de Fuego que Simulan Armas Prohibidas).’ Agreement No. 180 on the Import of Firearms Similar to Prohibited Firearms, p. 1. San José: Ministry of Public Security. 11 August

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Acuerdo N° 180-2014-MSP

Ordena a la Dirección General de Armamento no autorizar permisos de importación de armas de fuego cuyo calibre y funcionamiento sean permitidas por la ley N° 7530 pero cuya apariencia física simula armas prohibidas por dicha ley N° 180-2014-MSP.

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Translated content:

Agreement No. 180-2014-MSP

Rules that the Armaments Directorate may not grant import permits for firearms whose calibre and functioning are allowed by Act No. 7530 but whose physical appearance may resemble weapons prohibited under Act No. 180-2014-MSP.

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