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Grenada. 1968 ‘Restriction Relating to Gunsmiths.’ Firearms Act of 1968, Last Amended in 1990; Chapter 105, Part III (Section 14), p. 15. St George's: Ministry of Legal Affairs. 28 September

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Restriction Relating to Gunsmiths

14. (1) A holder of a Gunsmith's Licence1 shall not accept delivery of any firearm or ammunition for the purpose of effecting any alteration or repair thereto

(a) elsewhere than at the premises in respect of which he or she is licensed as a gunsmith; and
(b) from any person unless that person produces or causes to be produced a Firearm Manufacturer's Licence,1 a Firearm Dealer's Licence or a Firearm User's Licence, or a certificate issued under section 20(2(j) authorising him or her to manufacture, buy, sell or be in possession of, as the case may be, such firearm or ammunition.

(2) A holder of a Gunsmith's Licence shall forthwith record in the records kept by him or her pursuant to section 17 particulars of any licence or certificate produced to him or her pursuant to subsection (1)(b), and shall in due course return such licence or certificate to the person who produced it.

(3) Every holder of a Gunsmith's Licence who contravenes subsection (1) or (2) shall be guilty of an offence and liable, on summary conviction, to a fine of five hundred dollars and to imprisonment for three months.

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