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Croatia. 1992 ‘Records.’ Weapons Law; Chapter X (Articles 71, 72, 73). Zagreb: Republic of Croatia Parliament, House of Representatives. 14 September

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Article 71

The competent authority shall keep records on the issued permits to acquire weapons and ammunition, issued weapon licences, and licences to hold weapons, issued licences to carry weapons and issued certificates, issued permits to collect weapons, and the seized, found, and handed over weapons.

Article 72

Sporting (target shooting) and hunting organisations and other legal persons who have acquired weapons and ammunition and registered them for the purposes of conducting their business activity, or protecting own property, shall have the obligation to keep records of such weapons and ammunition and the weapons and ammunition whose use they grant to another person.

The records shall be kept by the enterprises and shops authorised for:
- Manufacturing of weapons, on the manufactured and delivered weapons;
- trade in weapons and ammunition, on the acquired and sold weapons and ammunition;
- repair and modification of weapons, on the repaired and modified weapons;
- running the civilian target ranges, on the acquired weapons and the weapons granted use of, and on the acquired and consumed ammunition.

The citizens who have been issued licence to collect weapons shall have the obligation to keep records on the collected weapons.

Article 73

The content and appearance of the form and manner of keeping the records prescribed by Articles 71 and 72 of this Law shall be prescribed by the Minister of the Interior.

ID: Q1798

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