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Guam. 2003 ‘Concealed Firearms.’ Public Law 27-61, Title 10, Chapter 60 - Firearms; Section 60109. Hagatna: Guam Legislature. 22 December

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Section 60109. Concealed Firearms.

No identification card shall issue permitting the holder to carry a concealed firearm of any nature unless the applicant shows exceptional cause therefor.

Such exceptional causes shall include, but not be limited to facts which show that such concealment is absolutely necessary for an individual who is engaged in the protection of persons or property, or who shows that he has a genuine reason to fear for the safety of his person or property and that a concealed firearm would materially lessen the danger.

Such permission, once stated upon the identification card, shall not be renewed unless, at the time for renewal, the application shows a continuing need for such permission, using the standards for such permission as they exist at the time for renewal.

It shall be unlawful for any person to carry any firearm concealed unless he has received permission to carry such firearm and such permission is stated upon the face of his identification card.

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