Citation(s) from the literature library

Duquet, Nils and Maarten Van Alstein. 2015 ‘Central Weapons Registry (CWR).’ Gun Control in Belgium: A Review of the Effects of the 2006 Weapons Law; Section 4, pp. 14-15. Brussels: Flemish Peace Institute. 3 March

Relevant contents

4. Gun Possession

[T]he Belgian Central Weapons Registry (CWR) was established in 1989, making Belgium one of the few countries to have kept a national electronic firearms registry for such a long period. The CWR was set up as a data-filing system with information on the ownership and transfer of firearms…

The CWR only records information on firearms that are subject to authorization or registration: freely obtainable guns, which are not subject to authorization or registration, are not recorded…

ID: Q12105

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