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Singh, Gurmail. 2000 ‘Arms Act (1959) and Arms Rules (1962).’ Personal interview with Philip Alpers. Delhi: GunPolicy.org. 1 March

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Ammunition purchases are strictly controlled, with a limit of 25 rounds per purchase and 50 rounds per annum total.

Purchasers may only obtain ammunition suitable for the firearms and calibres specified on their licence, which must be produced.

Special concessions are made for club shooters and members of the National Rifle Association of India…..

[Assistant Commissioner Singh is in day-to-day charge of the Firearms Licensing Branch, Delhi Police… Mr Singh provided a 1995 reprint version of the Indian firearms laws and regulations, the Arms Act (1959) and Arms Rules (1962)].

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