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US Army. 2006 ‘Acquisition and Possession of Privately Owned Firearms in Germany.’ US Army Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation / FMWR. Heidelberg: United States Military Command Europe. 3 January

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A sport shooter may normally not purchase more than 2 POF in a 6 month period.

A sport shooter may own up to a total of 4 hand guns (of different types), up to 3 semi-automatic long guns, plus any reasonable number of bolt-action/single shot long and hand guns (no fully automatic weapons and no weapons of war).

Keep in mind that each of the POF you intend to own must fit within a discipline offered by the program or club of which you are a member. Sport shooter hand guns must have a barrel length of 3" or more (any firearm under 3" barrel length is an illegal weapon).

Sport shooters may only purchase ammo for POF listed in their WBK (if ammostamps have been applied to the weapons in the WBK).

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