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Romania. 1996 ‘Article 11.’ Law on Firearms and Ammunition Regime, No.17 of 1996; Chapter 2 (Section 1). Bucharest: Parliament of Romania. 2 April
Romanian citizens may be licensed to hold and, as appropriate, to carry and use shooting weapons, hunting weapons, weapons for the dispersion of harmful, irritant or neutralising gases or trophy weapons; and of military arms, only the pistol and revolver along with the appropriate ammunition.
Foreign citizens with permanent or temporary residence in Romania may be licensed to hold and, as appropriate, to carry and use shooting weapons, hunting weapons, weapons for the dispersion of harmful, irritant or neutralising gases or trophy weapons, and appropriate ammunition.
Foreign citizens coming to Romania in order to participate in official shooting competitions or to practice hunting pursuant to the provisions of this Law, may hold, carry, and use shooting weapons or hunting weapons, as appropriate, and appropriate ammunition, only provided the control authorities at the Romanian border crossing have entered such arms into their passports or valid documents based on which they have entered Romania, or they have legally acquired such arms and ammunition from the clubs, associations, other legal persons who have been approved to engage in such business activity.