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Marshall Islands. 2004 ‘Licenses for Transfer; Display; Conduct of Dealer's Business.’ Weapons Control Act (1971), Revised 2004; Article 1312. Majuro: Nitijela (Parliament). 1 January

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§1312. Licenses for Transfer; Display; Conduct of Dealer's Business.

The holder of a dealer's license shall:
(a) display his license in a conspicuous place at all times at the establishment described in the license. If a dealer has more than one place of business at which he sells firearms, dangerous devices and ammunition or any of them, he shall display in the same manner a certified copy of his license at each such additional place of business;
(b) keep the records and file the reports required by this Chapter and regulations made pursuant thereto;
(c) display no firearms, dangerous devices or ammunition in any place where they can be seen from outside the premises;
(d) keep all firearms, dangerous devices and ammunition in a securely locked place at all times except when they are actually being shown to a customer or prospective customer or when actually being repaired or otherwise worked on; and
(e) permit only employees who are holders of identification cards making them eligible to purchase, possess and use firearms, ammunition or dangerous devices, to have access to firearms, dangerous devices or ammunition.

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