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Zambia. 1994 ‘Restrictions on Sale or Transfer of Firearms.’ Firearms (Amendment) Act, Chapter 110, Firearms 13 of 1994; Section 25. Lusaka: Republic of Zambia. 1 January

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Restrictions on sale or transfer of firearms

25. (1) No person shall, by way of trade or business-
(a) purchase, sell or transfer; or
(b) accept or expose for sale or transfer or have in his possession for sale or transfer;
any firearm or ammunition unless he is a registered firearms dealer….

(2) No person shall sell or otherwise alienate or transfer any firearm or ammunition to any other person in Zambia unless-
(a) such other person is a registered firearms dealer; or
(b) such other person is the holder of a firearm licence authorising him to purchase, acquire or have possession of the firearm or ammunition in question, or shows that he is a person entitled by virtue of this Act to purchase, acquire or have possession of such firearm or ammunition without holding a firearm licence; or
(c) the transferor is a carrier or an employee of a carrier and the delivery of such firearm or ammunition is in the ordinary course of his business or employment as such.

(3) Every person who sells or otherwise alienates or transfers any firearm or ammunition to any other person in Zambia other than a registered firearms dealer shall, unless such other person shows that he is entitled by virtue of this Act to purchase, acquire or have possession of such firearm or ammunition without holding a firearm licence, comply with any conditions contained in the firearm licence held by such other person, and in the case of a firearm shall within seven days after the date of the transaction send notice thereof to the Registrar by registered post.

ID: Q2421

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