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Lithuania. 2002 ‘Arms, Ammunition and Accessories thereof Classified in Category A.’ Republic of Lithuania Law on the Control of Arms and Ammunition No. IX-705; Chapter Two (Article 3). Vilnius: The Seimas of the Republic of Lithuania. 15 January

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Article 3. Arms, Ammunition and Accessories thereof Classified in Category A

The following devices, objects, ammunition, accessories of firearms shall be attributed to Category A:
1) explosive military missiles and launchers;
2) automatic firearms;
3) firearms disguised as other objects;
4) ammunition with penetrating, explosive or incendiary projectiles and the projectiles for such ammunition, and launchers thereof;
5) pistol and revolver ammunition with expanding bullets and the bullets for such ammunition, except in the case of arms for hunting or for target shooting, for persons entitled to use them;
6) night sights and mufflers;
7) cannons of all calibres, howitzers, mortars;
8) grenades, grenade launchers including tear grenades and their launchers;
9) all types of bombs, torpedoes, mines, their loaded and unloaded projectiles and their launchers;
10) flame throwers and all incendiary projectiles;
11) arms the laser rays of which are used for military purposes or to destroy targets;
12) arms and devices intended for chemical impact on targets;
13) arms with string the full tension force of which exceeds 1200 N;
14) firearms the construction of which allows them to be used disassembled or they are changed in such a way that they can be easily hidden;
15) arms in which radioactive, electromagnetic, light, heat, infrasound or ultrasound radiation, hazardous biological impact, gas dangerous to health or other material or energy dangerous to health or life is used as a means destroying the target or otherwise having an impact on it;
16) cartridges for rifle arms with spreading pellet filling;
17) ammunition for arms of Category A.

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