Citation(s) from the GunPolicy.org literature library
Finland. 1998 ‘Transfer and Import to Finland under Permits Granted for Possession.’ Firearms Act (1/1998; amendments up to 804/2003 included); Chapter 6 (Section 73). Helsinki: Ministry of the Interior. 1 March
Section 73: Transfer and import to Finland under permits granted for possession (601/2001)
An acquisition permit, private manufacturing permit, possession permit, parallel permit and gas spray permit entitle the holder to transfer and import to Finland, for a private purpose, the firearm and firearm component stated in the permit and cartridges, other than specially dangerous cartridges, suitable for use with the firearm stated in the permit.
An ammunition permit entitles the holder to transfer and import to Finland the cartridges and projectiles stated in the permit.
A permit granted in Norway, Sweden, Iceland or Denmark for the possession of a firearm or firearm component entitles the holder to transfer and import to Finland the firearm and firearm component stated in the permit, and a sufficient amount of cartridges suitable for use with the firearm stated in the permit, and to possess them for a maximum period of three months of their transfer or import to Finland. The requirement is that the purpose of the transfer or import is to participate in a shooting or hunting event organised in Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Denmark or Finland. The permit also entitles the holder to transfer the objects back to Sweden or Denmark.
[NB: Unofficial translation, legally binding only in Finnish and Swedish. Ministry of the Interior, Finland]