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Namibia. 1996 ‘No Arm Without Identification Marks to be Licensed.’ Promulgation of Arms and Ammunition Act, 1996 (Act No.7 of 1996 - as of 2005); Chapter 1 (Section 7), pp. 10-11. Windhoek: Parliament of Namibia. 11 June
7. No Arm Without Identification Marks to be Licensed
(1) No licence to possess an arm shall be issued unless the arm has the manufacturer's serial number or any other number by which it may be identified, stamped or engraved on the metal of the arm, excluding the barrel in the case of a pistol. Provided that the lnspector-General may, subject to any conditions imposed by him or her, direct that a licence to possess an arm be issued to a person without such serial number or other number stamped or engraved on the arm.
(2) The Inspector-General may require any person who applies for a licence to possess an arm, to stamp or engrave on the arm in the manner contemplated in subsection (1), in addition to the manufacturer's serial number or any other number referred to in that subsection, such identification number as the Inspector General may determine.
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