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Romania. 1996 ‘Article 14.’ Law on Firearms and Ammunition Regime, No.17 of 1996; Chapter 2 (Section 1). Bucharest: Parliament of Romania. 2 April
The licence referred to in Article 11 shall be issued for:
a) Military arms, pistol or revolver, to the persons who perform a duty that implies exercising of public authority, provided holding and carrying of such arms is necessary for their personal security and self-defence;
b) Shooting weapons, to I category sport coaches and competitors who are members of sport associations or clubs with the shooting sections associated in the Romanian Shooting Federation and within which they are active, in order to use such weapons in preparatory activities and at competitions, pursuant to the provisions of the law; and to authorised hunters, in accordance with own regulations in force.
c) Hunting weapons, to members of the lawfully established sport hunters associations;
d) Weapons for the dispersion of harmful, irritant or neutralising gases, to the persons for whom it is necessary to hold such weapons for the purposes of personal security and defence.
e) Trophy weapons, to persons wishing to own such arms in the capacity of collectors.
The persons referred to in item a), after ceasing to perform the duty that implies exercising of public authority, may apply with the competent authorities of the Ministry of the Interior to be extended their permits.