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Micronesia (FSM). 1971 ‘Licence Regulations.’ Weapons Control Act (1971); Article 1005. Palikir: Congress of the Federated States of Micronesia. 1 January

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(5) No person shall be issued an identification card if he or she has been:

(a) acquitted of any criminal charge by reason of insanity;

(b) adjudicated mentally incompetent;

(c) treated in a hospital for mental illness, drug addiction, or alcoholism;

(d) convicted of a crime of which actual or attempted personal injury or death is an element;

(e) convicted of a crime in connection with which firearms or dangerous devices were used or found in his or her possession; or

(f) convicted of a crime of which the use, possession, or sale of narcotics or dangerous drugs is an element.

(7) No person shall be issued an identification card if he or she has a physical condition or impairment which makes him unable to use a firearm or dangerous device with proper control.

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