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Guyana. 1940 ‘Supervision of Importation of Firearms and Ammunition.’ Laws of Guyana, Chapter 16:05, Firearms Act (As last amended in 2014); Part II (Section 14), pp. 11-12. Georgetown: National Assembly of Guyana. 1 December

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Supervision of Importation of Firearms and Ammunition

14. No person shall withdraw from a customs warehouse or from a police station any firearm unless and until such firearm1 has engraved, or otherwise clearly marked, upon it a distinguishing mark or number:

Provided that a registered firearms dealer1 may withdraw a firearm not bearing a distinguish mark or number from a customs warehouse or from a police station on the express condition that such dealer shall, within one month of such withdrawal, cause such firearm to be so engraved or marked.

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