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Marshall Islands. 1971 ‘Licensing Regulations.’ Weapons Control Act (1971), Revised 2004; Articles 1305. Majuro: Nitijela. 1 January

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Article 1305
(1) No person shall acquire or possess any firearm, dangerous device or ammunition unless he holds an identification card issued pursuant to this Act. The identification card is evidence of the holder's eligibility to possess and use or carry firearms, dangerous devices, or ammunition.

(2) Identification cards shall be issued only by the office of the Attorney-General pursuant to regulations made by the office of the Attorney-General in the manner which is or may be provided by law. The identification card shall have on its face all of the following:
(a) the name and address of the holder;
(b) the sex, height and weight of the holder;
(c) the birth date of the holder;
(d) the date of expiration for the card which shall be two (2) years from the date of issue;
(e) a photograph of the holder taken within ten (10) days prior to issuance;
(f) an endorsement setting forth the extent of the holder's eligibility to possess, use and carry firearms, dangerous devices, or ammunition; and
(g) the number of the identification card.

ID: Q902

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