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Montenegro. 1992 ‘Article 13.’ Republic of Montenegro Law on Firearms, No. 31/92; Part II. Podgorica: Official Gazette of Montenegro. 1 January
Permit to acquire firearms shall be issued only to state organs, companies, institutions and other legal entities which carry out physical protection and protection of objects and the shooters' organisation to perform their operations.
Permit to acquire hunting weapons shall be issued only to an individual who is, as a member of hunting organisation, actively involved in hunting or who wishes to do it.
Not falling under the competence of paragraph 2 of this Article, is permit to acquire hunting rifles - shotguns that may be issued for self-protection:
1) to organs, companies, institutions and other legal persons having organised service for the protection of objects;
2) to an individual for whom possessing and carrying of such weapons is necessary for protecting their private property (herds, crops, etc).
Permit to acquire shooters' weapons shall be issued only to shooters' organisations and their members actively involved in rifle shooting sport.
Ancient weapons shall be acquired without relevant authority's permit.
Collectors and other holders of ancient weapons shall notify relevant authority on type and quantity of those weapons. Relevant authority shall provide the holder with the adequate certificate.