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Uganda. 1970 ‘Register of Transactions in Firearms and Ammunition.’ Firearms Act 1970, Chapter 299; Section 17. Kampala: Republic of Uganda. 1 December

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17. Register of transactions in firearms and ammunition

Every firearms dealer or gunsmith shall provide and keep at each of his or her places of business a register of all his or her transactions in firearms and ammunition, and shall enter or cause to be entered in the register such particulars as may be prescribed.

In case a registered gunsmith is employed by a registered firearms dealer at the dealer's place of business, the records referred to in subsection (1) shall be kept by the firearms dealer.

Every entry shall be made within twenty-four hours after the transaction to which it relates took place, and in the case of a sale or transfer, the firearms dealer shall at the time of the transaction require the purchaser or transferee to furnish particulars sufficient for his or her identification, and shall immediately enter those particulars in the register.

Every firearms dealer shall on demand allow any customs officer or police officer to enter and inspect all firearms and ammunition in hand, and shall on request by any such officer produce for inspection the register required to be kept under subsection (1).

Every firearms dealer shall, within seven days beginning from the day of the sale or transfer of any firearm, notify the chief licensing officer of the sale or transfer….

ID: Q2335

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