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Estonia. 2002 ‘Mandatory Activity Licence in Areas of Activity Related to Weapons and Ammunition.’ Weapons Act (Riigi Teataja I 2001, 65, 377) [with amendments to June 2004]; Section 66 (Chapter 10). Tallinn: Riigi Teataja (State Gazette). 31 March

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§ 66. Mandatory Activity Licence in Areas of Activity Related to Weapons and Ammunition

(1) An activity licence is mandatory in the following weapons and ammunition related areas of activity:
1) manufacture and sale of weapons, essential components of firearms, ammunition, and laser sights;
2) conversion and repair of weapons as a service;
3) use of a firing range or field firing range for the provision of fee-charging services;
4) rental of weapons as a service at a firing range;
5) storage of weapons and ammunition as a service.

(2) An activity licence grants the person specified therein the right to operate in one area or more weapons and ammunition related areas of activity within a determined period pursuant to the procedure established by this Act and other legislation.

(3) A copy of an activity licence shall be displayed in a visible place at the place of business.

(4) The standard format for activity licences shall be established by a regulation of the Minister of Internal Affairs.

ID: Q5545

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