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Thailand. 2008 ‘Licensing for Arms Stores.’ National Report of Thailand on its Implementation of the United Nations Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects (UNPoA). New York, NY: Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of Thailand to the United Nations. 1 July

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Licensing for Arms Stores

According to the Ministerial Order of the Ministry of the Interior concerning licensing of the commercial arms stores, each licensee is allowed to hold guns and ammunitions for commercial purpose classified by type, size and number as follow:

A) Guns
1. each license allows the licensee to possess not more than 50 rifle of any type and size
2. each license allows the licensee to possess not more than 30 pistol of any type and size

B) Ammunition
1. each licensee is allowed to possess any type and size of ammunition for BB rifle not more than 2,000 pieces
2. each licensee is allowed to possess any type and size of ammunition for shotgun not more than 7,500 pieces
3. each licensee is allowed to possess any type and size of ammunition for .22 long rifle not more than 10,000 pieces
4. each licensee is allowed to possess any type and size of ammunition for air pistol not more than 30,000 pieces
In importing guns and ammunitions for commercial purpose, this act allows the licensed stores to import more than once a year, but not over the limits mention above.

ID: Q1252

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