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Tuvalu. 1964 ‘Provisions as to Shortening Arms and Converting Imitation Arms into Arms.’ Chapter 74: Arms and Ammunition Ordinance 1964 [Revised Edition 1990]; Section 10 (Part IV). Funafuti: House of Assembly. 17 February
10. Provisions as to Shortening Arms and Converting Imitation Arms into Arms
(1) No person shall shorten the barrel of an arm to a length less than 20 inches.
(2) No person other than a licensed arms dealer or his servant in the ordinary course of business of such licensed arms dealer arms shall convert into an arm anything which, though having the appearance of being an arm, is so constructed as to be incapable of discharging any missile through the barrel thereof.
(3) If any person contravenes any of the foregoing provisions of this section he shall be liable to imprisonment for 2 years and to a fine of $400.
(4) If any person purchases or has in his possession an arm which has been shortened to a length less than 20 inches or an arm which has been converted as aforesaid without holding a licence authorising him to purchase or possess it in such shortened or converted condition, he shall be liable to imprisonment for 2 years and to a fine of $400.