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Croatia. 1992 ‘Article 39.’ Weapons Law; Chapter III (Article 39). Zagreb: Republic of Croatia Parliament, House of Representatives. 14 September
It is forbidden to use the weapon in public places or in places where safety of people may be jeopardised.
The hunting weapons may not be used outside the hunting grounds, shooting ranges, or other places designated for shooting practice.
Sporting arms may not be used outside the shooting rounds or other places designated for shooting practice.
As an exception to paragraph 2 of this Article, air weapons and stringed arms may be used at places that are, by their position or undertaken safety measures, such that safety of people is not jeopardised.
Outside the hunting grounds or shooting ranges, hunting and sporting weapons may be carried only in suitable holsters or cases and may not be loaded.
The arms may not be displayed in public places in a manner that may disturb the citizens, and self-defence weapons carried in a manner that renders them visible to other citizens.