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South Sudan. 2016 ‘Firearms Allowed to be Licensed for Private Use.’ Firearms Bill 2016; Chapter VII (Section 29), p. 15. Juba: Republic of South Sudan. 1 January

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29. Firearms allowed to be Licensed for Private Use

(1) The following firearms may be licensed for private use:

(a) all handguns, pistols, and airguns of calibre not exceeding .22mm;
(b) shotguns, (including single barrel, double barrel,) over-and-under, pump actions, side-by-side and box magazine shotguns;
(c) tranquilizer firearms for use in tranquilizing, immobilizing or administering vaccines or medication to animals.

(2) All firearms and ammunition other than those categorised to be licensed for private use shall be deemed state owned firearms and subject to seizure or collection by a competent authority.

(3) The regulations shall prescribe procedures for seizure, collection and disposal of firearms.

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