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Czech Republic. 2014 ‘Information Systems of Firearms, Ammunition, and Shooting Ranges in Operation.’ Act on Firearms and Ammunition, as amended; Part One, Title X (Section 71), p. 58. Prague: Parliament and Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic. 1 July
Section 71: Information Systems of Firearms, Ammunition, and Shooting Ranges in Operation
(1) The Ministry shall maintain an information system containing the data and numbers of licences of examining commissionaires.
(2) When meeting tasks of state administration under this Act the police shall maintain information systems containing data on
a) issued firearm permits and their holders;
b) issued firearm licences and their holders;
c) issued firearm certificates
d) registered firearms of categories A,1 B2 or C,3 main parts of firearms, prohibited accessories to firearms and ammunition for such firearms;
e) exported or transited firearms, ammunition and prohibited accessories;
f) firearm letters of conveyance for permanent export, permanent import or transit of firearms or ammunition;
g) one-off documents authorising transportation and authorisations to transport firearms or ammunition;
h) lost or stolen firearms, firearm permits, firearm licences, firearm licences, European Firearm Passes, firearm certificates and certificates of examining commissionaires;
i) seized, kept, withdrawn, voluntarily delivered, forfeited, or confiscated firearms, prohibited accessories to firearms and firearms and prohibited accessories to firearms determined for destruction or deactivation;
j) operating shooting ranges; and
k) discovered unexploded artillery ammunition and explosives.
(3) When meeting tasks of state administrative under this Act an embassy or a consulate of the Czech Republic shall maintain information systems on issued firearm letters of conveyance and their holders.
(4) Information systems maintained pursuant to paragraph 2 shall contain data in the scope of data stated in an application or in the scope of data stated in other forms completed under this Act or data obtained within proceedings under this Act.
(5) The Ministry shall be authorised to constantly enter information systems of the police maintained pursuant to paragraph 2 and to use the data included for meeting their tasks relating to firearms and ammunition.