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Capie, David. 2003 ‘Legislation and Enforcement: Who may own a firearm?.’ Under the Gun: The small arms challenge in the Pacific, p. 33. Wellington: Victoria University Press. 1 January

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In Samoa… it is possible for an applicant's family members who are at least 16 years of age, also to be entered on the firearms licence, thus giving them the rights of possession that are afforded to the actual licensee. (57)

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57) Arms Ordinance [1960] s.9 (4)

ID: Q156

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