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Norway. 1961 ‘The Manufacture of Firearms, Firearm Parts and Certain Types of Ammunition.’ Act No. 1 of 9 June 1961 Relating to Firearms and Ammunition; Chapter 5 (Section 20). Oslo: Kingdom of Norway. 9 June

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The manufacture of firearms, firearm parts and certain types of ammunition

§ 20.(1) A person intending to manufacture firearms or parts of firearms for sale must have a licence issued by the competent Ministry. The same applies to a person intending to manufacture ammunition as mentioned in § 3 for sale, in so far as the ammunition does not fall within the scope of the Act relating to explosive goods.

A gunsmith with a master gunsmith's certificate according to the Act relating to masters' certificates in handicrafts and other trades does not need a licence as mentioned in the first period, but is obliged before manufacturing begins to notify the competent Ministry.

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