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Guyana. 1940 ‘Production of Firearms for Registration.’ Laws of Guyana, Chapter 16:05, Firearms Act (As last amended in 2014); Part I. Georgetown: National Assembly of Guyana. 1 December

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Part I, Production of Firearms for Registration.

3.(1) Within two months of the commencement of this Act, every person who has in his possession, custody or control any firearm1 to which this Act applies shall surrender such firearm to the officer in charge of a police station:
Provided that -
a) this subsection shall not apply to any person holding a valid dealer's license except with regard to any firearm the said person may have in his possession, custody or control for his own use and not for sale or hire;…

(2) Within two months of the commencement of this Act every person holding a valid dealer's licence, issued under section 6 of the (repealed) Arms and Ammunition Ordinance, shall submit to the Commissioner2 of Police a return showing the total number of firearms in his custody, possession or control, other than those retained for his personal use, and shall, in respect of each such firearm, state the marker's name and the distinguishing mark or number thereof.

ID: Q1808

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