Citation(s) from the GunPolicy.org literature library

Switzerland. 2008 ‘Exceptional Acquisition of Several Arms or Several Essential Components of Arms by Means of a Licence to Acquire Arms.’ Ordinance on Arms, Arms Accessories and Ammunitions of 2 July 2008 (Status as on 12 December 2008); Chapter 2 (Section 1). Geneva: Swiss Federal Council / Translation commissioned by the Small Arms Survey, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. 2 July

Relevant contents

Art. 16. Exceptional acquisition of several arms or several essential components of arms by means of a licence to acquire arms. (art. 9b, para. 2, Law on Arms)

1 The competent Cantonal authority can issue a licence giving the right to acquire no more than three arms or essential components of arms, if these are acquired simultaneously and from the same transferor.

2 The acquirer must attest to the acquisition of each arm or essential component of an arm by signing the licence.

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