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Liberia. 2016 ‘Manufacture Markings.’ Firearms and Ammunition Control Act; Part XI (Art. 1.54), p. 28. Monrovia: Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 11 July

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(a) Every manufacturer of small arms, ammunition or other related materials shall apply a unique identification mark to each such material at the time of manufacture in keeping with regulations of the Commission. The unique identification shall include the country of manufacture, the name of the manufacturer, the year of manufacture and the serial number (for small arms or the lot number for ammunition) and records thereof shall be kept by the manufacturer and the Commission to ensure accountability.

(b) Measures shall be taken by licensed manufacturers of small arms, or other related materials to prevent the removal of markings.

(c) No person, licensed dealer, licensed manufacturer or registered broker shall broker, sell, or transfer any small arms or other related materials, unless there shall have been stamped permanently thereon the manufacturer's name, the serial number and such other particulars prescribed by the regulations of the commission.

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