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Czech Republic. 2014 ‘The Method of Maintenance and the Contents of Registers of Some Firearms and Ammunition, Registers of Provided and Received Firearms and Ammunition, and Registers of Shooting.’ Act on Firearms and Ammunition, as amended; Part One, Title V (Section 39a), p. 35. Prague: Parliament and Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic. 1 July

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Section 39a: The Method of Maintenance and the Contents of Registers of Some Firearms and Ammunition, Registers of Provided and Received Firearms and Ammunition, and Registers of Shooting

(1) Records of firearms of A,1 B2 or C3 categories and ammunition for such firearms which are in possession of a firearm certificate holder and for which a firearm certificate is to be issued are recorded as hard copies or electronically and at the same time the content of records which are not signed by an authorised electronic signature and for which the qualified time stamp has not been issued shall be printed, stamped and signed by the person who has made such records and shall be included in hard copies files; records shall be maintained for a period of five years also after the activities of the given firearm licence holder are terminated. A firearm licence holder can maintain records under the first sentence using the electronic application of the Central Firearm Register.

(2) Records of provided and received firearms of A, B or C categories and ammunition for such firearms are maintained as hard copies in the book of provided and received firearms or electronically, and at the same time the content of records which are not signed by an authorised electronic signature and for which the qualified time stamp has not been issued shall be printed, stamped and signed by the person who has made such records and shall be included in hard copies.

(3) Records on instructional shooting are maintained as hard copies in the book of instructional shooting or electronically, and at the same time the contents of records which are not signed by an authorised electronic signature and for which the qualified time stamp has not been issued shall be printed, stamped and signed by the person who has made such records and shall be included in hard copies.

(4) The method of record maintenance shall be specified by secondary legislation.

ID: Q8939

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