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Cayman Islands. 1964 ‘Restrictions Upon Acquisition or Disposal of Firearms and Bullet-proof Vests.’ Firearms Law 17 of 1964 (2008 Revision); Part III (Article 8), pp. 8-9. George Town: Government of the Cayman Islands. 22 October

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Restrictions Upon Acquisition or Disposal of Firearms and Bullet-proof Vests

8. (1) No person shall purchase or accept the gift of any firearm from or give away any firearm to any other person if he has reasonable cause to believe such person to be under the age prescribed for that type of firearm by any regulations made hereunder.

(2) No person shall purchase or accept the gift of any firearm unless -
(a) he is the holder of a Firearm User's (Restricted) Licence in relation to a firearm of the type so acquired by him; and
(b) the person from whom he purchases or accepts the gift of such firearm is the holder of a Firearm Disposal Permit in respect of the firearm so sold or given away by such person.

(3) No person shall sell or give away any firearm unless -
(a) he is the holder of a Firearm Disposal Permit in respect of the firearm so sold or given away by him; and
(b) the person to whom he sells or gives away such firearm is the holder of a Firearm User's (Restricted) Licence in respect of a firearm of the type so sold or given away to such person.

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