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Suriname. 1930 ‘Keeping Ammunition.’ Suriname Firearms Act, as amended to 2001 (Article 15), p. 7. Paramaribo: Bulletin of Acts, Orders and Regulations. 7 February
1. It is prohibited, otherwise than by the government for the benefit of the public service, to keep ammunition without having a written authorization from the civil servant authorized to the granting thereof.
The provisions of Articles 12 and 13 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
2. The preceding paragraph does not apply with respect to:
1o. ammunition which, up to quantities to be mentioned below, is held by persons who are authorized to keep one or more firearms.
This quantity is: when it concerns one or more small firearms - rifle, musket, carbine - for every different caliber thereof no more than one hundred cartridges, and when it concerns one or more handguns - pistol, revolver - for every different caliber thereof no more than twenty-five cartridges.
2o. ammunition being transported, transport of which is covered by a movement certificate issued by or on behalf of the Prosecutor General.
3. It is prohibited to keep ammunition other than which is suited to the firearms for the keeping of which a written authorization has been issued.