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Norway. 1961 ‘Acquisition of Firearms and Firearm Parts - Age.’ Act No. 1 of 9 June 1961 Relating to Firearms and Ammunition; Chapter 2 (Section 7). Oslo: Norway. 9 June

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Acquisition of firearms and firearm parts - Age

§ 7.(1)

Permission can not be granted to persons under 18 years of age without the special consent of the Chief of Police concerned. Permission may not be granted to persons under 16 years of age. For particular types of firearms and firearm parts, the King may set a higher age limit, but not higher than 21 years of age. If firearms or firearm parts are acquired by inheritance, the Chief of Police concerned may grant exemptions from the provisions governing age limits on such conditions as he finds necessary in each particular case.

An application by a minor must be endorsed by a guardian.

ID: Q1437

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