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Barbados. 1998 ‘Licences in Respect of Firearms Dealers and Gunsmiths.’ Firearms Act 1998, Chapter 179; Section 8. Bridgetown: Government of Barbados. 1 November

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Licences in Respect of Firearms Dealers and Gunsmiths

8. (1) A person who holds a firearms dealer's licence, hereinafter called a "dealer's licence", may import, export, deal in, repair, test, prove and sell firearms and ammunition, not being prohibited weapons or prohibited ammunition, in the ordinary course of business, in accordance with the terms of that licence at a place specified in the licence.

(2) A firearms dealer shall, prior to the sale, hire, exchange or other transfer of possession of a firearm to another firearms dealer, notify the Commissioner of
(a) the transaction;
(b) the name and address of the firearms dealer to whom the firearm is to be transferred; and
(c) the description of the firearm to be transferred.

(3) A dealer's licence shall be an annual licence.

(4) A firearms dealer shall not keep or store any firearms or ammunition in any place other than the place specified in his licence without the written permission of the Commissioner.

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