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Romania. 1996 ‘Article 34.’ Law on Firearms and Ammunition Regime, No.17 of 1996; Chapter 2 (Section II). Bucharest: Parliament of Romania. 2 April
The Romanian Shooting Federation, sport associations and clubs, may hold and use shooting weapons and appropriate ammunition. The number of weapons and the type and quantity of ammunition necessary for execution of training and participation in sport competitions shall be defined for each unit by the standards developed by the Romanian Shooting Federation.
Shooting arms held by the Romanian Shooting Federation, the sport associations and clubs with the affiliate sections, shall be kept in the space referred to in the licence to hold arms and may be used only in the places in which the trainings or shooting competitions approved by the Ministry of Youth and Sport are organized.
Trainers and shooting instructors shall be required to keep daily records about the arms and consumption of ammunition, for each shooter separately, in the registers of the Romanian Shooting Federation and along with the verification by the competent police authorities, and simultaneously with issuance of the licence to hold weapons.
Designation of the location, building and homologation of the shooting ranges and the ranges intended for training of lawful holders of weapons, shall be made based on the standards adopted by the Romanian Shooting Federation, subject to authorisation from the competent police authorities.