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Estonia. 2002 ‘Procedure for Transportation of Firearms and Ammunition from Another Member State of European Union to Estonia.’ Weapons Act (Riigi Teataja I 2001, 65, 377) [with amendments to June 2004]; Section 62.2 (Chapter 8.1). Tallinn: Riigi Teataja (State Gazette). 31 March

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§ 62.2. Procedure for Transportation of Firearms and Ammunition from Another Member State of European Union to Estonia

(1) The following recognised documents on the transportation of weapons and ammunition, which are used in the European Community are the bases for the transportation of weapons and ammunition from another Member State of the European Union to Estonia:
1) a prior permit for the conveyance of firearms within the European Community (hereinafter prior permit);
2) a permit for the conveyance of firearms within the European Community (hereinafter permit);
3) a declaration on the conveyance of firearms within the European Community (hereinafter declaration).

(2) A natural or legal person (hereinafter applicant) may transport a weapon or ammunition to Estonia for the person's own purpose if the applicant holds:
1) a weapons permit or an acquisition permit for the corresponding weapon issued pursuant to the procedure established by this Act;
2) a prior permit specified in clause (1) 1) of this section which is issued to the applicant on the basis of the application thereof by the Police Board and
3) a permit specified in clause (1) 2) of this section which is issued to the applicant by the country of consignment of the weapon or ammunition on the basis of the prior permit specified in clause (1) 1) of this section. If a weapon has been transported into Estonia, the applicant shall immediately submit the permit to the Police Board.

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