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Mexico. 2004 ‘Article 10.’ The Political Constitution of the Mexican United States, p. 13. Mexico City: National Congress of the United Mexican States / Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas. 28 July
The inhabitants of the Mexican United States have the right to keep arms at their houses - as long as such weapons are meant to be use for self protection and to legitimately defend the bearer against an aggression - except those prohibited under federal law and those reserved for the armed forces and the national guard. Federal law shall specify when and how the Republic's inhabitants shall be entitled to bear arms.
[This 2004 revision of Mexico's 1917 Constitution was translated into English by Carlos Pérez Vázquez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2005].