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Peru. 2015 ‘Regulation and Voluntary Surrender of Firearms (Regularización y Entrega Voluntaria de Armas).’ Act on Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, Firework Products and Related Materials for Civil Use, No. 30299; Transitory Complementary Provisions (TERCERA), p. 24. Lima: Congress of the Republic of Peru. 22 January

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Ley de Armas de Fuego, Municiones, Explosivos, Productos Pirotécnicos y Materiales Relacionados de Uso Civil, No. 30299

TERCERA. Regularización y Entrega Voluntaria de Armas, Municiones y Materiales Relacionados

Durante el plazo de dos (2) años contados a partir de la vigencia de la presente Ley, la SUCAMEC promueve la entrega voluntaria y anónima de armas de fuego, municiones y materiales relacionados que no cuenten con ningún registro, la cual podrá ser a cambio de un incentivo económico o en especie. Asimismo, promueve el empadronamiento de armas no registradas cuya tenencia o adquisición lícitas no hayan sido comunicadas a la SUCAMEC…

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Translated content:

Act on Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, Firework Products and Related Materials for Civil Use, No. 30299

THIRD. Regulation and Voluntary Surrender of Firearms, Ammunition and Related Materials

Within the two (2) years following the entry into force of the present Act, SUCAMEC promotes the voluntary and anonymous surrender of firearms, ammunition and related materials that are not registered in any registers, which could be compensated with economic or in-kind incentives. Likewise, it promotes a census of un-registered firearms whose ownership or legal purchase have not been communicated to SUCAMEC…

[SUCAMEC = National Authority for the Control of Security Services, Firearms, Ammunition and Explosives for Civilian Use]

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