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Costa Rica. 1995 ‘Prohibited Firearm Collections (Colección de Armas Prohibidas).’ Arms and Explosives Law 7530 of 1995 (Ley de Armas y Explosivos, Ley 7530 de 1995); Article 55. San Jose: Legislative Assembly of Costa Rica. 10 July

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Artículo 55. Colección de Armas Prohibidas

Sólo las instituciones del Estado pueden coleccionar armas prohibidas, con valor histórico, estético, cultural, criminalístico o mecánico. Los artefactos explosivos serán previamente desactivados.

Las armas de fuego deberán ser objeto de examen balístico y figurar en el inventario del Registro de Armas.

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Translated content:

Article 55. Prohibited Firearm Collections

Only state institutions can have collections of prohibited firearms with historical, aesthetic, cultural, forensic or mechanical value. The explosive devices must have been previously disabled.

Firearms should undergo ballistic testing and should be registered in the Arms Registry.

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