District Police Departments
Specially dangerous firearms, cartridges and shells
Under the Firearms Act, the following firearms are defined as specially dangerous firearms: recoilless rifles and bazookas; mortars; breech-loading cannons and firearms corresponding to these in structure and purpose; missile and rocket-launcher systems; automatic firearms; and firearms disguised as other objects.
The acquisition of specially dangerous firearms and firearm components is generally forbidden. In exceptional cases, however, the National Police Board may grant an acquisition, manufacturing or parallel permit for specially dangerous firearms to be held in a firearm collection, or used in a demonstration, filming or other similar presentation, and, if there are special reasons, for work purposes, should the firearm in question be necessary for the performance of the work
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