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Czech Republic. 2014 ‘Category D Firearms.’ Act on Firearms and Ammunition, as amended; Part One, Title II (Section 7), p. 5. Prague: Parliament and Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic. 1 July

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Section 7: Category D Firearms

Category D firearms are as follows:

a) antique weapons;

b) single-shot or two-shot firearms designed on principles of linstock, wheellock, flintlock and percussion ignition systems;

c) guns designated for shooting with flobert cartridges, the energy of which projectiles reaches 7.5 J at the breech of the barrel;

d) gas guns to air cartouche;

e) gas guns where the kinetic energy of the projectiles reaches a maximum of 16 J at the breech of the barrel;

f) alarm firearms and firing devices with the exception of portable means of fastening and other impactual machines determined exclusively for industrial and technological purposes;

g) mechanic weapons whose stretching power is more than 150 N;

h) firearms which have been rendered permanently unfit for use by deactivation, ensuring that all essential parts of the firearm have been rendered permanently inoperable;

i) firearms which have been modified by a cut which uncovers, at least partially, the internal construction of the firearm;

j) deactivated artillery ammunition and ammunition; and

k) firearms not listed in categories A through C.

ID: Q8914

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