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American Samoa. 1978 ‘Marking of Arms for Identification.’ Criminal Justice Code (1978) - Weapons; Chapter 42 (Section 46.4228). Pago Pago: Legislative Assembly. 13 December
Marking of Arms for Identification
Each person to whom a license to possess arms is issued shall, upon receipt of such arms, produce at the office of the Commissioner of Public Safety his license to possess arms, together with the arms specified in said license. Such arms shall be examined and compared with the license and, if found to correspond therewith, shall be marked with such letters as may be designated by the Commissioner of Public Safety and also marked with a number indicating the order of the license, and registration as specified in the license, unless the arm has a plainly visible and distinctive serial number stamped on it. Such arms when duly marked shall be redelivered to the licensee, together with the license. If the provisions of this section are not complied with, the license shall be revoked, and the arms may be confiscated as though no license had been issued.