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Costa Rica. 1995 ‘Possession of Prohibited Firearms (Tenencia de Armas Prohibidas).’ Arms and Explosives Law 7530 of 1995 (Ley de Armas y Explosivos, Ley 7530 de 1995); Article 89. San Jose: Legislative Assembly of Costa Rica. 10 July

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Artículo 89. Tenencia de Armas Prohibidas

Se le impondrá prisión de dos a cinco años, a quien posea armas prohibidas o reservadas para uso exclusivo de los cuerpos de policía.

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Translated content:

Article 89. Possession of Prohibited Firearms

A prison sentence of two to five years will be given to those that possess prohibited or police restricted firearms.

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