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Kenya. 1954 ‘Special Provisions Relating to Certain Types of Weapons and Ammunition.’ Firearms Act, Chapter 114; Section 26. Nairobi: Republic of Kenya. 1 January
Special Provisions Relating to Certain Types of Weapons and Ammunition
26. (1) No person, other than a person in the service of the Government acting in his capacity as such and authorized in writing in that behalf by the Minister or a person of a class for the time being authorized in that behalf by the Minister by notice in the Gazette, shall sell, transfer, purchase, acquire or have in his possession -
(a) any firearm which is so designed or adapted that if pressure is applied to the trigger missiles continue to be discharged until the pressure is removed or until the magazine containing the missiles is empty; or
(aa) any prohibited weapon of a type specified in paragraph (b) of the definition of that term contained in section 2; or
(b) any weapon of whatever description designed or adapted for the discharge of any noxious liquid, gas or similar thing or of any electrical charge;
(c) any ammunition containing, or designed or adapted to contain, any such noxious thing; or
(d) any firearm or ammunition specified, or of a class or type specified, by the Minister by notice in the Gazette; or
(e) any accessory or attachment, of a kind specified by the Minister by notice in the Gazette, which is designed or adapted for use with or as part of a firearm.
(f) any arms or munitions of war…..