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Croatia. 1992 ‘Article 14.’ Weapons Law; Chapter II (Article 14). Zagreb: Republic of Croatia Parliament, House of Representatives. 14 September

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Article 14

Citizens may be issued permits to acquire weapons for the purposes of self-defence, hunting, and target shooting.

Only acquisition of self-defence weapons may be approved for the purposes of self-defence.

Acquisition of self-defence weapons may be approved for the purposes of holding, and of hunting and sporting weapons for the purposes of holding and carrying.

As an exception from paragraph 3 of this Article, citizens, for the purposes of self-defence, may be approved acquisition of self-defence weapons also for the purposes of holding and carrying, provided they, due to their occupation or other justifiable reasons, need to hold and carry arms outside the business or residential facilities on which they have property rights or rights of use.

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