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Norway. 1961 ‘Imports and Exports of Firearms, Firearm Parts and Ammunition.’ Act No. 1 of 9 June 1961 Relating to Firearms and Ammunition; Chapter 6 (Sections 23, 24). Oslo: Kingdom of Norway. 9 June

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Imports and exports of firearms, firearm parts and ammunition

§ 23.(1) Anyone intending to import or export firearms, parts of firearms or
ammunition must have permission from the competent Ministry.

The permit shall state the nature and quantity of the goods and be valid for a given period of time. The time limit can be extended on application.

The King may prohibit the importation or exportation of arms or the like which do not fall within the scope of § 1.

§ 24.(1) Permission to import can only be given to a person holding a licence to
trade in firearms, parts of firearms or ammunition or who is permitted to trade in ammunition according to the fourth paragraph of § 16. Permission to import can also be granted to a person with permission to manufacture firearms, firearm parts or ammunition according to § 20 and to a person permitted to manufacture ammunition for experimental purposes according to § 17 or the second paragraph of § 18 of the Act relating to explosive goods.

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