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Dominican Republic. 2007 ‘Delivery of Ammunition and Firearms (Entrega de Municiones y Armas).’ Resolution 01-07, on Gun Shops, Arms and Ammunition Imports (Article 6), p. 14. Santo Domingo: Ministry of the Interior and Police. 6 December

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Resolución 01-07, sobre las Armerías e Importación de Armas y Municiones

Artículo 6. Entrega de Municiones y Armas

Se autoriza la entrega de las municiones y armas en Aduanas, previa verificación de la Intendencia General de Armas, la Dirección de Control de Armas y la Consultoría Jurídica de la Secretaría de Estado de Interior y Policía, con la asistencia de la Encargada Operativa del Despacho, para lo cual las empresas interesadas deberán formalizar su solicitud.

Párrafo I: Se autoriza previo permiso de esta Secretaría de Estado de Interior y Policía, la importación de cananas y accesorios similares.

Párrafo II: Se autoriza previo permiso la importación de municiones para escopetas de uso de las compañías de seguridad privada y deportivas, sin requerirle el marcaje debiendo de ingresar al país en un período no mayor de 6 meses a partir de la fecha, al término de ese plazo esas municiones deberán estar provistas del marcaje.

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Translated content:

Resolution 01-07, on Gun Shops and Importing Arms and Ammunition

Article 6. Delivery of Ammunition and Firearms

The delivery of ammunition and firearms is authorised by Customs, subject to verification by the General Administration of Firearms, the Control Directorate of Firearms and the office of the legal adviser of the Ministry of the Interior and Police, with the assistance of the Official Responsible for the Dispatch, by which the interested companies must formalise their request.

Paragraph I: Importing cartridge belts and similar accessories is permitted with permission from the Ministry of the Interior and Police

Paragraph II: Importing ammunition for shotguns intended for the use of private security and sporting companies is permitted under permit; the latter are not required to bear a marking but only for a period no longer than 6 months starting from the date of their arrival in the country, at the end of which the ammunition will have to be marked.

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