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Costa Rica. 1995 ‘Marking of Government Arms (Identificación de Armas Gubernamentales).’ Arms and Explosives Law 7530 of 1995 (Ley de Armas y Explosivos, Ley 7530 de 1995); Article 6. San Jose: Legislative Assembly of Costa Rica. 10 July

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Artículo 6. Identificación de Armas Gubernamentales

Todas las armas que el Gobierno de la República posea o adquiera, deberán mostrar, en una parte visible, el escudo nacional o las siglas GCR (Gobierno de Costa Rica), el número de serie, el patrimonio y las demás características que, según el reglamento, constituyan la identificación.

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Translated content:

Article 6. Marking of Government Arms

All arms possessed or acquired by the State must have in a visible part, the national emblem or the initials GCR (Government of Costa Rica), the serial number, place of manufacture and other features that identify the arm, according to the Regulation.

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