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CNMI. 2003 ‘Prohibited Acts.’ Division 2 Contraband Offences: Chapter 2 Weapons Control: Article 1 Weapons Control Act; Section 2222. Saipan: Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. 5 December

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Section 2222. Prohibited Acts

No person shall:
(a) Knowingly remove, obliterate or alter the importer's or manufacturer's serial number of any firearm.
(b) Knowingly deface, alter or destroy an identification card.
(e) Import, sell, transfer, give away, purchase, possess or use any handgun, automatic weapon or ammunition other than:
(i) All .22 caliber rimfire cartridges and all regular .22 caliber rimfire cartridges.
(ii) All .22 caliber centerfire cartridges and .22 caliber rifles.
(iii) All .223 caliber centerfire cartridges and .223 caliber centerfire rifles. These require a special weapons identification card.
(iv) All .410 gauge shotgun shells and .410 gauge shotguns.
(i) In any manner or to any degree alter or modify any firearm from its original state of manufacture, including but not limited to alteration or modification of firing pins or chamber, or alteration or modification that creates automatic or semiautomatic weapons from single fire weapons, or to acquire, possess or use such altered or modified firearm.

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