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Estonia. 2002 ‘Storage of Weapons and Ammunition During Sports Events and Training.’ Weapons Act (Riigi Teataja I 2001, 65, 377) [with amendments to June 2004]; Section 48 (Chapter 6). Tallinn: Riigi Teataja (State Gazette). 31 March

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§ 48. Storage of Weapons and Ammunition During Sports Events and Training

(1) Weapons and ammunition brought to a sports event or to training shall be stored in the weapons storage room of the firing range, if there is a weapons storage room. The owner or possessor of the firing range is responsible for weapons and ammunition stored in the weapons storage room of the firing range.

(2) During a sports event or training, the organiser of the event shall ensure that it is possible to use a storage room to store weapons and ammunition. If no weapons storage room exists, the organiser of the event shall ensure the storage and guarding of weapons during the sports event or training.

(3) A person who goes shooting shall take only such weapons and such quantity of ammunition from a weapons storage room as he or she needs for this occasion.

(4) The existence of a weapons storage room is not mandatory at a field firing range. The possessor of a weapon is liable for the storage of weapons and ammunition at a field firing range.

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