VISTO Decree-Law No. 20.429/73 (National Arms and Explosives Act), its Regulation adopted by Decree No. 4.693 of 21 May 1973, as proposed by the Minister of Defence and
That the above-mentioned regulatory text is the first to be issued in order to establish procedures for the implementation of the National Arms and Explosives Act, which for more than twenty years (Act No. 13,945) did not have regulation.
That more than one year of its sanction the application of the above-mentioned regulation has provided valuable experience, which properly assessed reveals the desirability of making some adjustments, both in terms of methodology and in matters of substance;
That in such a way and with regard to the ordering of the regulatory body, it has been considered appropriate to move to Chapter I "General Provisions", sections that were located in Chapters II and III, when the topics dealt with in them were truly of a common character;
That the relocated sections are those related to the "Manufacture and Export of Arms and Their Ammunition", "Importation", "Registration of Importers", "Puertos y Aduanas Autorizadas", "Depósito", "Registro de Comerciantes de Armas", etc ;
That there has also been a reordering of the Sections that make up the different Chapters of the Rules, thus seeking to achieve greater coherence that facilitates their management and understanding;
As far as substantive changes are concerned, they are numerous, and in general the intention has been to unify the procedures to be used for the execution of the vast variety of acts contemplated;
That it has been considered appropriate to introduce significant modifications in the classification of the material, clearly establishing which are weapons of war and which are of civil use, and in relation to the former to determine with absolute precision what are those of exclusive use of the armed institutions and which under no circumstances can work with those who are not an active member of them and are performing acts of service;
It is highly desirable that the Ministry of Defence be determined by resolution, which weapons of war are exempted from those classified as "exclusive use of the armed institutions". Thus, a flexible solution is provided to the problem which would mean giving rigidity to an essentially movable classification as is the one that refers to this material;
That, within the classification of weapons of war, those classified as "conditional civilian use" are more sharply determined, the possession of which can be granted to legitimate civilians, stating that the National Register of Arms must keep an updated listing of all the material in the category expressed;
With regard to weapons classified as "civil use", its conceptualization has been improved by introducing some adjustments to Article 5 of the Rules. Article 7 has been replaced by a new text, which, in its most important part, excepts various elements of the Rules;
With regard to collectors of firearms, article 8 filled a vacuum, establishing a regime of collection of weapons and ammunition, supplemented by articles 53, paragraph 12, 132 and 133 of the Rules;
That the regime of the circulation of firearms by postal means has been modified, maintaining the current criterion of admitting only that weapons of civilian use may be referred by such means, but with a ban on their use for the remission of ammunition and aggressive chemicals. It is also expected that the shipment will be formalized in accordance with the declared value regime;
That changes have been made to the general conditions required for legitimate users of war weapons, specifically with regard to the medical certificate required by the Regulations replaced by the present. The experience collected advises to replace such a requirement with the authority granted to the intervening authority to require the medical certificate that credits psychic and physical capacity for the handling of firearms, only when there are reasons for this;
It is considered essential, in providing for the special conditions governing the authorization of possession of weapons of war for personal security reasons, to empower the Ministry of Defence to establish the special regime to be applied when applications come from national, provincial, communal or foreign authorities residing in the country. In the formulation of such a regime, the Ministry of Defence may fully or partially dispense compliance with general and special conditions, replacing them or not by others;
That in terms of procurement procedures, authorization of tenure, sale between merchants, transfers between individuals, auction, garment, etc. has been sought through the modifications introduced, unifying procedures obtaining in such a way greater agility in their realization;
That the regulation of transfer procedures and their corresponding control by the local control authorities has been improved, especially in cases where the acquirer is placed in jurisdiction other than that of the seller;
Finally, in Chapter VIII of "Transient Provisions", a call is made for individuals and legal entities and institutions, so that, within the prescribed time frames, they may proceed to declare to the police authority of their homes, the firearms they possess in their possession;
Notwithstanding the agreement of Decree No. 4.693 of 21 May 1973 (modified by Decrees No. 331 of 3 August and 557 of 14 August, both of 1973) such benefit, the exiguity of the established deadline was obice so that the call could produce the expected results since a significant mass of the population was unable to comply with its obligation, being marginalized from the law;
That in order to give definitive solution to the stated problem, it is considered essential to call for a new call for firearms holders, with the view that the same must be fulfilled in two periods of NOVENTA (90) days each, the first for natural persons and the second, which will begin to take place TREINTA (30) days after the first, for institutions and legal persons;
That therefore, even those who had done so in the previous call, pursuant to the transitional regime provided for in Articles 146 to 152 of the Rules, should be submitted to declare their weapons;
That finally, and in order to have the time necessary to achieve maximum dissemination, to ensure the full knowledge of the present regulatory text by the individuals and institutions concerned, it is expected that its entry into force will occur to the CUARENTA and CINCO (45) days of the date of its publication;
THE PRESIDENT OF THE ARGENTINA NATION
ARTICLE 1. Apply the Regulations of the National Law on Arms and Explosives (Decree-Law No. 20.429/73), which are added as Annex I, which shall govern from the date of entry into force of this decree.
ARTICLE 2. The Regulations adopted by the previous article replace the text adopted by Decree No. 4 693 of 21 May 1973, as amended by Decree No. 331 of 3 August and 557 of 14 August, both of 1973.
ARTICLE 3. Please enable the Minister of Defence to extend, to a maximum of TREINTA (30) days, each of the deadlines set out in Articles 146 and 147 of the Regulations adopted.
ARTICLE 4. Upon the expiry of the time limits provided for in Articles 146 and 147 of the Rules, or of their extensions when they have been established, all authorizations for the acquisition, possession or possession of weapons of arms shall be fully expired.
fire, whatever authority it had agreed, with the only exception of those granted on the basis of the provisions of Decree-Law No. 20.429/73 and Decrees No. 8.172/72 and 4.693 of 21 May 1973.
ARTICLE 5. The present decree shall enter into force the CUARENTA AND CINCO (45) days of the date of publication in the Official Gazette.
ARTICLE 6. Contact, post, give to the National Directorate of the Official Register and archvese. MARTINEZ DE PERON - SAVINO - ROCAMORATEXT OF THE REGULATION OF THE NATIONAL LAW OF ARMS AND EXPLOSIVES CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS I Subject of Rules
ARTICLE 1. This partial regulation of Decree-Law No. 20.429/73 includes acts enumerated in article 1 of the Decree-Law, concerning firearms, launches, ammunitions, aggressive chemicals of all nature and other classified materials of war and weapons, ammunition and classified materials of civil use, supplementing the regulation adopted by Decree No. 26.028 of 20 December 1951 concerning gunpowders, explosives and related weapons.
ARTICLE 2. Chapter VI also regulates the regime of offences and their sanction, established in Decree-Law No. 20.429/73 on a common basis for all acts and materials set out in article 1 of the above-mentioned legal text.
Article 3: SECTION II
ARTICLE 3. For the purposes of the implementation of the provisions of Decree-Law No. 20.429/73 and of this regulation, the following definitions are established:
(1) Firearm: The one that uses the energy of the gases produced by the deflagration of powders to throw a projectile away.
(2) Launch weapon: The one that shoots self-propelled shells, grenades, chemical ammunition or explosive ammunition. In this definition the flamethrowers whose range is more than three meters are included.
(3) Portable gun: It is the fire or launch weapon that can normally be transported and used by a man without animal, mechanical or other assistance.
(4) Non-Portable Gun: It is the fire or launch weapon that cannot normally be transported and used by a man without animal, mechanical or other assistance.
(5) Punch or short gun: It is the portable firearm designed to be used normally using one hand, without being supported elsewhere in the body.
6) Shoulder or long weapon: It is the portable firearm that for its normal use requires being supported on the shoulder of the shooter and the use of both hands.
7) Shotgun: It is the firearm that does not have a warehouse or charger, forces the shooter to manually repeat the full loading action of the gun in each shot.
8) Repetition weapon: It is the firearm in which the load and discharge cycle of the chamber is performed mechanically by action of the shooter, being accumulated the projectiles in a loader warehouse.
9) Semiautomatic weapon: It is the firearm in which it is necessary to press the trigger for each shot and in which the load and discharge cycle is performed without the shooter's intervention.
10) Automatic gun: It is the firearm in which, keeping the trigger down, more than one shot is produced continuously.
11) Fusil: It is the shoulder weapon, of a striated cannon that possesses a chamber forming part permanently aligned with the anima of the cannon. The rifles can be carried by shooting, repeating, semiautomatic and automatic (they can present these last two combined characteristics, for optional use by means of a selector fire device).
12) Carabin: Shoulder arm with similar characteristics to those of the rifle, whose cannon does not exceed 560 mm. in length.
13) Shotgun: It is the shoulder weapon of one or two smooth anima cannons, which is normally loaded with cartridges containing bolts.
14) Hunting rifle: It is the shoulder weapon of two or more cannons, one of which, at least, is striated.
15) Pystolon: It is the fist weapon of one or two smooth anima cannons, which is normally loaded with cartridges containing bolts.
16) Gun: It is the fist weapon of one or two striped anima cannons, with its chamber permanently aligned with the cannon. The gun can be loaded shooting, repeat or semiautomatic.
17) Machine Gun: It is the automatic firearm designed to be used with both hands, supported or not in the body, which has a chamber permanently aligned with the cannon. You can own fire selector to make simple (semiautomatic) shot. They use a removable charger for their feeding.
18) Revólver: It is the fist weapon, which has a series of chambers in a cylinder or rotating drum coaxially mounted with the barrel. A mechanism spins the drum in such a way that the chambers are successively aligned with the barrel anima. According to the trigger drive system, the revolver can be of simple action or double action.
19) Cartridge or shooting: It is the set consisting of the entire projectile or perdigones, the projection load, the fulminant capsule and the pod, required to be used in a firearm.
20) Ammunition: Generic designation of a set of rounds or shots.
21) Arms transport: It is the action of transferring one or more unloaded weapons.
22) Anima: Inside the cannon of a firearm.
23) Stage or massif: It is the outgoing part of the lined inside the canyon of a firearm.
24) Punta: It is the name that is assigned, among collectors, to the projectile of firearms.
25) Asshole: Name given by collectors to the engraving made on the ass of the pods used in firearms cartridges.SECTION III MATERIAL CLASIFICATION. WAR ARMS AND MUNITIONS
ARTICLE 4. War weapons are all those which, under article 1, are not covered by the taxation that of the "arms of civil use" is made in article 5 or have been expressly excluded from the regime of this regulation.
War weapons are classified as follows:
(1) EXCLUDING USE ARMS FOR ARMED INSTITUTIONS:
Non-standards, automatic and launch laptops and semi-automatic weapons fed with remover chargers and put similar rifles, snails or assault sub-machine guns derived from weapons of military use greater than 22 LR, except for those expressly determined by the Ministry of Defence.
(Replaced by art. 2° Decree No. 64/95 B.O. 20/01/1995)
All the remaining ones, which are currently in the possession of the armed institutions of the Nation, possess shields, punctuated or numbered that identify them as belonging to them.
(2) USE ARMS FOR PUBLIC FORCE:
Those adopted for National Gendarmerie, Argentine Naval Prefecture, Federal and provincial polices, Federal Prison Service and Provincial Criminal Institutes, who possess shields, punctuated or numbered that identify them as the endowment of such institutions.
(3) ARMS, MATERIALS AND PROHIBITIONS OF USE:
(a) The caliber shotguns greater than those set out in Article 5, paragraph 2 (c), whose cannon length is less than 380 mm.
(b) Guns with silencers.
(c) Firearms or dissimilar launches (lapics, stylings, cigarettes, sticks, etc.).
(d) Expansive projectile munitions (with no-tipped metal wrapping and with hollow or deformable lead core), of projectile with a shady head, with deformations, grooves or stretch marks capable of producing tearing wounds, in all other activities other than hunting or sports shooting.
(e) Arson ammunition, with the exception of specifically intended to combat agricultural pests.
(f) Devices attached to the weapon to direct the shot in the dark, such as infrared or analogous views.
(g) Poisoned specimens.
(h) Chemical assets of lethal effects.
(i) Electronic weapons of lethal effects. (Convention by art. 1 Decree No. 1039/89 B.O. 12/07/1989)
(4) MATERIALS OF SPECIAL USES:
Armoured vehicles for the protection of values or persons. Non-portable or fixed devices for the launch of aggressive chemicals. The helmets, vests, clothing and bulletproof armor plates, when affected to a specific use of protection.
(5) CONDICIONAL CIVIL ARMS:
Portable weapons not belonging to the categories provided for in the preceding paragraphs. They also belong to this class to weapons of identical characteristics as provided in subsections 1, second paragraph and 2 of this article, when they lack the shields, punctuated or numbered that identify them as the strength of the armed institutions or the public force. In addition, the weapons that, still possessing the marks mentioned in the previous paragraph, had ceased to be of current strength for having been declared by the Ministry of Defence on the proposal of the corresponding institution and on the advice of the National Arms Register. The latter shall keep the listing of the material in this category updated.Weapons and Ammunition of Civil Use
ARTICLE 5. For the purposes of the law and the present regulation, weapons of civil use shall be deemed to be subject to taxation as follows:
(1) Punch weapons:
(a) Pystoles: repetition or semiautomatic, up to 6.35 mm. (.25 inches) even; shooting load, up to 8.1 mm. (.32 inches), with the exception of Magnum or similar.
(b) Revels: Up to 8.1 mm. (.32 inches), including, excluding "Magnum" or similar types.
(c) Gunshots: one or two cannons, 14.2 mm. (.28), 14 mm. (.32) and 12 mm. (.36).
(a) Cargo rifles, rifles and rifles for shooting, repetition or semi-automatic guns to calibers 5.6 mm. (22 inches) even, with the exception of those that use ammunition of greater power or dimension than the so-called ".22 long rifle" (.22 LR), which are subject to the regime established for war weapons.
(b) Shotguns and repeat:
The caliber shotguns greater than those expressed in paragraph 1 (c) of this article, whose cannons have a length less than 600 mm. but not less than 380 mm. they are classified as "conditional civilian use" weapons of war, and their acquisition and possession shall be governed by the provisions relating to such material.
(3) Aggressive chemicals contained in sprayers, sprinklers, gasifiers or analogs, which only produce passenger effects in the human organism, without causing loss of knowledge and capacity containers of up to 500 cc.
(4) Electronic weapons that only produce passenger effects in the human body and without causing loss of knowledge.
Legally issued tenure credentials on firearms whose legal classification has been modified by application of the provisions of this article shall be fully valid as long as the material remains in the possession of its holders.
(Article replaced by Article 4° Decree No. 821/96 B.O. 22/8/1996. Watch: to the NOVENTA (90) days of the date of publication in the Official Gazette )
ARTICLE 6. Within the classification of weapons of civil use, the following shall be considered as weapons of criminal civil use:
(1) Gunshots: one or two cannons, 14.2 mm. (28), 14 mm. (32) and 12 mm. (36).
(2) Cargo rifles and rifles shooting or repeating up to 5.6 mm calibers. (22 inches) even, with the exception of those that use ammunition of greater power or dimension than the so-called "22 long rifle" (22 LR).
(3) Shotguns, whose cannons have a length not less than 600 mm.
(Article replaced by Article 5 Decree No. 821/96 B.O. 22/8/1996. Vigil: to the NOVTA (90) days of the date of publication in the Official Gazette)
ARTICLE 7. They are exempted from this regulation:
(a) Portable, non-portable and fixed devices for the launch of harpoons, guides, lighting or marking cartridges and related ammunition.
(b) Advance portable weapons.
(c) Tools of percussion, humanitarian slaughter of animals or the like and their ammunition.Arms and Ammunition Collection
ARTICLE 8. Firearms and their ammunition may be collected, subject to the following regime:
(1) Portable and non-portable pre-model weapons, including ammunition or projectiles, may be freely acquired and possessed.
(2) Portable and non-portable post-1870 weapons and their ammunition or projectiles, permanently and definitively unused for their use, may be acquired and possessed, in accordance with the regime established by this regulation for classified weapons of civilian use. On the occasion of taking action, the appropriate local control authority shall proceed to inspect the material concerned and shall issue, together with the certificate of tenure, a record of checking the disuse thereof.
(3) Portable weapons of war, model after the year 1870 and their munitions, in conditions of use, may be acquired and possessed by collectors authorized by the National Register of Arms, in accordance with article 54 and concordants of this regulation.
These weapons cannot be used under any concept in shooting activities.
When the legitimate user wishes to shoot with a weapon from his collection, he or she must request his or her disabling as such and fit in the provisions of article 53 of this Regulation, managing the corresponding tenure authorization, which shall be granted if appropriate.SECTION IV REPUBLICS
ARTICLE 9. The regime established by Decree-Law No. 20.429/73 and the present regulation on the basis of the classification of the material set forth above extends to its main parts when the latter are used exclusively and especially for the intended material.
Any legitimate user with the exception of the Armed Forces and the Public Force, who wishes to purchase spare parts of this nature for their weapons, shall complete the precautions that this regulation establishes for the acquisition of the weapon for which the replacement is intended.
ARTICLE 10. Forbid the construction of weapons with parts purchased as spare parts.SECTION V MARCHS, CONTRANS AND NUMERATION
ARTICLE 11. All weapons of war that are manufactured in the country in the future will carry, in addition to the marks of factory, a correlative number (serial number) per weapon class, placed in the most important pieces (cannons, armours, belts, locks, warehouses, etc.). The weapons of civil use will carry the mark and correlative numbering in a fundamental piece so that the latter is visible without dismantling part of the weapon.
Firearms entering the country must also carry a brand and numbering. Failure to do so shall be in accordance with article 13 of this regulation.
ARTICLE 12. Manufacturers who have contracts or purchase orders with the public force will also place the recipient's own password, according to what is established in each particular case.
The manufacturers of weapons that produce, for export, weapons of war and that for contractual reasons they must use in them a visible number, other than that expressed in the previous article, will keep that, in the same pieces, but in places not visible without disarming the weapon. The NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF ARMS evaluate this circumstance and authorize such double numbering, indicating the form and location of that double numbering. (Replace the phrase " GENERAL DIRECTION OF MILITARY FABRICATIONS" by "NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF ARMS", by art. 5° Decree No. 37/2001 B.O.17/01/2001. Monitoring: from 1 January 2001.)
ARTICLE 13. War weapons that are imported or introduced in the country and that do not possess the factory marks or numbering required by Article 11 shall be marked and numbered in the manner provided by the National Register of Arms, at the time of their transfer to it, the transfer and marking costs shall be borne by the introducers.
In the same way, the weapons of war will be carried out without numbering that are presented for their registration, provided that the visual inspection of them does not arise that the previous marks or numberings have been made disappear, in which case the competent authority will be intervened.
Similarly, the local control authorities will proceed with the weapons of civil use, which will set the numbers to be printed, in accordance with the directives issued by the National Arms Register.SECTION VI FABRICATION AND EXPORTATION OF ARMS AND THEIR MODIFICATIONS
ARTICLE 14. The installation of weapons factories, their spare parts, accessories and ammunition in the country shall be governed by the provisions of article 27 of Act No. 12,709 and its regulations. (The NACIOANL REGISTRATION OF ARMAS will keep a record of such factories.) (Replace the phrase " GENERAL DIRECTION OF MILITARY FABRICATIONS" by "NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF ARMS", by art. 5° Decree No. 37/2001 B.O.17/01/2001.
ARTICLE 15. The establishments dedicated to the manufacture of weapons, their spare parts, accessories and ammunition will carry a production book by the NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF ARMAS, in which they will establish the daily production, specifying type, quantity and serial number of weapons, spare parts or accessories and type quantity and number of ammunition lot according to the case. Monthly they will raise to the National Arms Register by 5 of each month, a report with the data concerning production, sales made and existence in factory specifying type, quantity, and serial number of weapons or quantity and type of ammunition.(Replace the phrase " GENERAL DIRECTION OF MILITARY FABRICATIONS" by "NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF ARMS", by art. 5° Decree No. 37/2001 B.O.17/01/2001.Monitoring: effective 1 January 2001)
Each manufactured weapon must carry the mark, and the serial number that individualizes it. The ammunition will carry the mark or identification of the caliber in the ass of your pod, except when its dimensions do not allow it.SECTION VII MODIFICATIONS AND REPARATIONS
ARTICLE 16. Arms and arms repair workshops that are also dedicated to the assembly of weapons or recharge of ammunition should be registered with the National Arms Register and registered with the local authority of control with jurisdiction at home.
The National Arms Registry will carry a Register of Arms Repair and Assembly Workshops.
In order to obtain registration in this Register, the person concerned must submit an application, stating his name and surname or social reason, legal domicile, personal identity of the owners, partners, manager and administrator or legal representative. It should also be indicated, who will be the person who will have direct responsibility for the repair of firearms.
The proceedings shall be initiated before the police authority of their domicile, presenting the documentation to the National Register of Arms, and at the same time meeting the persons concerned with the provisions of article 55 of this regulation.
ARTICLE 17. The workshops and armory will not be able to make modifications to the weapons in such a way as to alter their original characteristics, of a weapon of civil use to that of war, except for the authorization of the National Register of Arms.
ARTICLE 18. Repairs that do not matter in the classification of the weapon may be carried out freely by the legitimate users or by the workshops or armory prior exhibition, in the latter case, of the respective authorization of possession.
ARTICLE 19. In all cases, individual or armory workshops will only accept modifications or repairs, when they are ordered by the legitimate users or by persons duly authorized by those, having to hand over the corresponding tenure authorization that will be held by the armor while maintaining the weapon in repair.
ARTICLE 20. Any repair or modification work must be noted in a "Reparations Registration Book", subject to inspection and must be signed by the National Arms Register and carried with the formalities provided for in Article 49.
ARTICLE 21. In the case that the modification does not matter change in the classification of the weapon, but that implies a change in its caliber, it can be carried out without authorization, the user must inform the newness to the corresponding control authority within the TEN (10) days of completion of the work.SECTION IX IMPORTATION
ARTICLE 22. Only weapons of civil use may be sent by postal means within the national territory, in accordance with the following provisions:
(1) Only one weapon must be sent by commission accompanied by the authorization of possession or authentic copy thereof.
(2) The shipment shall be formalized in accordance with the declared value regime.
(3) Please prohibit the use of the postal route for the shipment of ammunition and aggressive chemicals.
ARTICLE 23. Any importation of weapons will require prior authorization from the National Register of Arms, and will be granted only to importers registered in the "Registration of Arms Importers".
The authorization shall be requested in the manner established by the National Register of Arms and agreed prior to the shipment of the materials in the country of origin, recording the data relating to the identification of the company of origin and importer in the country.
It will also be specified:
1) Quantity and detail of the materials to import, with type specification, brand, model, caliber and serial number of each of them.
2) Classification or assimilation of the materials, from the customs point of view, conforming in one whole to the Tariff Nomenclature of Brussels in force in our country and to the general provisions in force in the field of import.
(3) Destiny with which the materials in question and customs authorized by which the entry is requested is verified to the country.
ARTICLE 24. The National Arms Register will resolve the request, upon technical report or clarifications it deems relevant.
Granted the authorization, the interested firm will be issued an original of the permit for submission to the Customs and aggregation to the partial office.
The National Arms Register will make known to the National Customs Administration the payroll of the officials who will sign the authorizations referred to, sending registration of signatures and facsimile of the rubrics of the same. The import authorization shall be valid for the term CENTO OCHENTA (180) corrected days, counted from the date of its issue, extended by the time the National Register of Arms deems appropriate, upon verification of the existence of reasonable cases that justify the delay in which it has occurred.
ARTICLE 25. Consuls will only visa the documentation submitted to it for the shipment of weapons, when the exporters of origin prove that the importer has the respective prior permission of the National Register of Arms, by displaying the quadruple of the same. in which it was incurred.
Where the shipment is intended, by exception, to ports or customs other than those determined by article 44 of this regulation, the legalized copy of the authorization of the National Register of Arms determined by that article shall also be submitted.
ARTICLE 26. The transporting companies or their agents, the captains, commanders or commanders of any means of air, sea or land transport, shall be held liable by the shipment for Argentine ports of arms or ammunition, whose documentation has not been previously visad to their shipment, in accordance with the legal and regulatory provisions in force at the time of the import, provided that there is an Argentine consul at the point of origin.
ARTICLE 27. The signatures inscribed in the "Registro de Importadores de Armas" that must import materials from ports where there is no Argentine consul must put this fact expressly in the knowledge of the National Register of Arms requesting from it the special authorization to do so.
ARTICLE 28. Any material entered into the country, having been denied the authorization or where it had not been requested, shall be directly confiscated without right by those responsible for any claim and without prejudice to the appropriate penalties.
ARTICLE 29. All documentation related to the shipment of weapons, such as: "Empaque Notes", "Conocimiento", "ManManifesto de Carga", "Consular and Commercial Works", "Certificate of Origin", or others that replace or complement them must be crossed with the legend in red: "IMPORTATION OF ARMS".
ARTICLE 30. Within the VEINTICUATRO (24) hours following the arrival of the material, the importer must bring the matter to the attention of the National Register of Arms. The material will be led to the deposit of the General Ports Administration for the purpose, where the immediate verification of the packages will be carried out, with the presence of the Importer and the transport agent or its representatives and officials of the Argentine Naval Prefecture, National Customs Administration, General Port Administration and National Arms Register. Through verification, weapons of civilian use will be made available to their importers to continue import-specific procedures.
After these, the merchandise will be withdrawn directly by its recipients with the intervention of the appropriate authorities.
Immediately after their verification, the weapons of war will be transferred to the deposit determined by the National Register of Arms, and must be transported in means to provide by the importer. The National Arms Register shall take the necessary measures for the safety of transport when it deems appropriate.
The free availability of imported weapons of war, in deposit by the National Register of Arms, which have met the requirements set out in this regulation, will occur after the same accredits to have complied with all its import obligations to the National Customs Administration by presenting a copy of the "PARCIAL DE IMPORTATION" with accreditation of payment and with the intervention of the Customs Guard that will be held by the dispatch to square of the same. Any material stored in deposit designated by the National Register of Arms shall have insurance contracted by the importer, which cover the value of the goods deposited.
ARTICLE 31. For the sale of weapons of war to the merchants registered in the respective registry, the importers shall make the corresponding sender, by quadruple, in the heel to referred to in article 40 of the present regulation, noting in it the name and surname or social reason of the purchaser, number of registration as a merchant in the National Register of Arms, quantity and detail of the effects sold, surnames to which they belong, names and imports
ARTICLE 32. The importer of weapons of war shall hand over to the buyer the original, duplicate and triplicate of the senders and shall present them to the authorities of the deposit, who, after checking that the buyer is registered in the corresponding registry, shall make up the three copies, authorizing the delivery of material under receipt, according to the provisions of this regulation and prior payment of the deposit and transport expenses in which the National Register of Arms has incurred, or importers.
The importer of weapons of war who is also a registered merchant and the trader who under the provisions of this regulation maintains this material and/or ammunition in the deposits designated by the National Arms Register may withdraw them from it in the conditions and quantities specified in each case by the National Arms Register.
ARTICLE 33. When the materials are removed, the deposit authorities will retain the original and duplicate copies on receipt of the buyer. The National Arms Register will discard the current account of the importer ' s existence and settle the corresponding revenues in the buyer ' s account.
The buyer shall retain the triplicate of the ship for its control and shall receive it in accordance, in the fixed quadruple of the importer ' s logger.
On a regular basis, the importers will submit to the National Register of Arms an affidavit of operations carried out with imported materials, which will be matched by the records of their inventory.SECTION X REGISTER OF IMPORTERS
ARTICLE 34. The National Arms Register will carry a Register of Arms Importers, in which it is necessarily necessary to obtain registration for those who wish to engage in the import of weapons.
ARTICLE 35. In order to obtain registration in this Register, the interested parties must submit an application by stating their name and surname or social reason, legal domicile, personal identity of the owners, partners, manager, administrator or legal representative, social contract, registration number in the Register of Importers and Exporters of the National Customs Administration and main activity to which it is engaged, when the importer is accessory.
The persons concerned shall submit their request to the police authority of their domicile, which shall bring it to the National Register of Arms, informing if they record unfavourable record.
ARTICLE 36. The registration in this Register expires at the year granted.
The interested can manage the renewal of their registration in advance not less than TREINTA (30) days from the date of their expiry.
ARTICLE 37. The National Arms Registry shall, where it deems appropriate, request further information from the police authority of the jurisdiction of the importer ' s home. In the event of any unfavourable history your registration may be cancelled.
The remedy provided for in article 138 of this regulation shall be against this cancellation.
ARTICLE 38. The National Arms Register will inform the National Customs Administration of the high and low levels produced in the "Registration of Arms Importers" within the TREINTA (30) days of occurrence.
ARTICLE 39. Inscribed importers will record all operations they conduct in the manner established by the National Arms Register.
ARTICLE 40. It will serve as an official copywriter of submissions a form helm, signed by the National Register of Arms, as the auxiliary book of the Register. In each of the senders, which shall be extended by quadruple and whose last copy shall be fixed in the logger, the number of prior authorization or introductory permit shall be recorded for the total of the item, data relating to the buyer and the seller of origin and the quantity, detail and special characteristics of the materials sold.SECTION XI
ARTICLE 41. The documentation whose visa is required, in accordance with the legal and regulatory provisions in force when the import is made, must contain the signature of the Argentine consul accredited in the country of origin of the material.
ARTICLE 42. Consular officials shall not proceed to any shipping documentation "on orders" or to those in which it does not imply that the material to be imported is with the marks and numbering required in article 11 of this regulation.
ARTICLE 43. Copies of visa documents in the country of origin by the Argentine consuls should be forwarded by the fastest way to the Customs of the port of destination, in accordance with article 44.SECTION XII AUTHORIZED PUERTS AND ADUANAS
ARTICLE 44. The import of weapons will be carried out by the Customs of the Port of Buenos Aires or by the one authorized by the National Register of Arms.
In this case, appropriate agreements will be made with the National Customs Administration, with the General Administration of Ports and Naval Prefecture Argentina or National Gendarmerie.SECTION XIII INSPECTION
ARTICLE 45. The National Register of Arms shall determine the modalities and formalities to which the summons of firearms holders of any category shall be adjusted, when the Ministry of Defence considers it appropriate to proceed to its call, in the use of the authority under article 8 of Decree-Law No. 20.429/73.
ARTICLE 46. In order to prevent infractions, by the authorities of the National Arms Register, inspection of public or private facilities, premises of sale or exhibition, deposits, cargo, packages or luggage in transit, etc., may be requested from the local authorities of control, their intervention for joint verification or counter-verification.
Officials, importers, manufacturers, traders, exporters and individuals shall in all manner facilitate the mission of the acting inspectors, providing data and displaying the documents required to them for the best performance of the mission.
Where within the normal movement of packages accompanying the disembarkation of import goods, the local control authority deems it appropriate to separate some cargo or part thereof, for presumably concealing weapons or ammunition, it shall take measures leading to isolate and guard the same until its verification, in which it shall intervene jointly with the customs authorities.SECTION XIV DEPOSITE
ARTICLE 47. Arms and their ammunition or any of these materials separately that, by virtue of this regulation, should remain in "deposit" shall be stored in the premises of the National Register of Arms or in which this agency indicates, the expenses required by this agency.
When the material is not protected by insurance, the National Register of Arms shall require contracting or contracting on behalf of those who cover all the deposited materials, against any risk.
Where the National Register of Arms is to designate a non-existent premises as a deposit, it shall establish with the authority under whose jurisdiction it is, the necessary arrangements to maintain the administrative control of the assets deposited. Materials deposited on behalf of third parties and not withdrawn once the deadline is expired or not renewed, shall be deemed abandoned and shall be property of the State after TREINTA (30) days from the date of intimation to the person concerned for the withdrawal or renewal of deposit. In cases of abandoned or donated materials, the National Register of Arms shall take possession of them and shall proceed to distribute them, in accordance with article 70 of this regulation.SECTION XV REGISTER OF ARMAL COMMERCIANS
ARTICLE 48. The National Arms Register will carry a "Registration of Arms Traders", in which the interested parties must be registered as a precondition, in order to develop their activity, when the latter includes firearms. In order to obtain registration, the persons concerned shall submit a request with the requisitions provided for in article 16 of the regulation, to the police authority of their domicile, which shall proceed according to the provisions of the said rule. The request shall be decided by the National Register of Arms, which may refuse it when the person concerned registers an unfavourable record.
The local control authorities will carry a "Local Arms Traders Register" of those previously registered in the National Arms Register. In order to obtain their registration, no other requirement shall be required than the record of their previous registration in the National Arms Register.
Register of stocks, containing the movements and balance of all alienated or commercialized material according to the directives issued by the National Arms Register.
Such Registers shall be signed by the National Register of Arms and carried with the formalities provided for in article 54 of the Commercial Code.
Those responsible for this article shall periodically refer to the National Register of Arms and according to its directives, a table containing the details of the operations of the purchase and sale of weapons of war, their ammunition and weapons of civil use recorded during that period together with a copy of the form of Annex "A" for the acquisition of weapon of civil use for each operation, issued in that period.
ARTICLE 49. Arms dealers shall carry a book that shall be called the "Official Register of Operations", in which they shall chronologically establish all the comprehensive operations of such material in which they intervene, with the indication of the name, last name, domicile, identity document of the sellers and acquirers and brand, type of calibre and serial number of the weapons, ammunition of war and ammunition of civil use covered in paragraph 4 (d).
In addition to such registration, the National Arms Register shall keep tabs updated without prejudice to this, carry out periodic inspections in arms trades, in order to verify compliance with the obligations imposed by law and regulation.CHAPTER II FISCALIZATION AND REGISTER
ARTICLE 50. The Ministry of Defence shall monitor, through the National Register of Arms, all acts referred to in article 1 of Decree-Law No. 20.429/73 relating to weapons and materials covered by this Chapter with the sole exception of the manufacture and export of such weapons, which shall be controlled by the NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF ARMS. (Replace the phrase " GENERAL DIRECTION OF MILITARY FABRICATIONS" by "NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF ARMS", by art. 5° Decree No. 37/2001 B.O.17/01/2001.
ARTICLE 51. The National Arms Registry will carry a War Arms Register, in which it will record all the data of the material and its possessors.
ARTICLE 52. The Register shall be organized in such a way as to obtain all information relating to the acts recorded, either from the individualization of the material concerned or its holder.SECTION II US LEGITIMOS
ARTICLE 53. They will be legitimate users:
(1) Federal and provincial polices, Federal Prison Service and Provincial Criminal Institutes: Material classified as weapons of war and their munitions, which are of their strength. In order to keep up-to-date the inventory that will be carried out by the National Arms Register, the above-mentioned agencies shall report the amount of material in existence, as well as the future high and low. The acquisitions, casualties or replacements projected, shall be subject to prior approval by the Ministry of Defence.
(2) Members of the Armed Forces, Gendarmería Nacional and Prefectura Naval Argentina: From the material covered by Article 4 (3) and 5 of the presents regulations, the superior and subordinate staff, in activity or withdrawal, of the Armed Forces, Gendarmería Nacional and Prefectura Naval Argentina.
The authorization for the acquisition, possession and bearing of the material shall be granted by the General Command of the Force to which the interested party belongs or to which the body in which it is dependent, and shall be based on the study of the personal and military background of the petitioner. Granted the authorization, such a circumstance will be brought to the attention of the National Register of Arms in the form and opportunity it determines.
(3) Members of the Federal and Provincial Police, Federal Prison Service and Provincial Criminal Institutes: Senior and junior personnel in the activity or withdrawal of the above-mentioned agencies, of the materials covered by Article 4 (3) and 5 of this regulation.
The authorization for the acquisition, possession and possession of the material shall be granted by the National Register of Arms, subject to the agreement of the Head of the agency to which the applicant belongs, which shall be based on the study of the personal and professional background of the petitioner.
(4) Populations of regions with little police surveillance: From classified material of "conditional civilian use", except for automatic weapons. Those who need to defend their rural properties from predatory species will be included in this category.
The use of the material shall be limited to the purposes expressed in the regulation, and in the place or place specified in the authorization of tenure.
(5) Other people: From the classified material of "conditional civilian use", except for automatic weapons, and from "special uses", any other person who strongly credits security and defence reasons that, in the opinion of the National Arms Register, justify tenure authorization. Exceptionally and where there are substantial grounds for justification, the Ministry of Defence may authorize the possession of automatic portable weapons not included in the category of exclusive use for the armed institutions.
6) Shooting Association: It is understood by shooting association to any institution that uses firearms in its activities, whether in polygons or pedanas, as well as in the practice of hunting (Decree N° 2.014/63). For the practice of shooting, both in their sporting face in the category of exclusive use for the institutions, the associations of shooting recognized and controlled by the National Register of Arms will be able to use the material of "conditional civil use" that authorizes this regulation. The acquisition by such associations of conditional civilian material will also require authorization from the Register.
These institutions should keep up-to-date the full inventory of their own and State material before the National Arms Register, which will carry inventories of the material owned by these associations, as well as timely information on the high and low levels produced therein.
With regard to the munition to be provided by the State, the annual endowment shall be set by the Ministry of Defence, which shall make the communication to the National Register of Arms.
As regards ammunition for weapons of conditional civilian use, the Associations may acquire them in the quantities necessary for their activity with the authorization of the National Register of Arms.
The National Arms Register shall regulate the security and safety conditions to be met by the fire-fighting associations, at their own facilities, of the State ' s material, of their property or of their associates.
In the case of infractions, the Ministry of Defence, through the National Arms Register, may have the suspension or withdrawal of recognition and authorization, which will entail the prohibition of any practice with such material.
The suspension or withdrawal of the recognition and authorization mentioned above relates to the wrongful institution, but it will also reach either the or the members of the Association, when they had been partners of the offence. In the event of withdrawal of recognition or authorization, the institution or member sanctioned shall be removed from the weapon or weapons in accordance with the terms of article 69 of the present regulation.
(Replaced by art. 1 Decree No.73/88 B.O. 14/09/1988)
7) Members of shooting associations: From the classified material of "conditional civilian use" except for automatic weapons, members of Tyre Associations recognized, registered and controlled by the National Register of Arms, or clubs, for use in the polygons, pedanas or in the sport of hunting and in the authorized places, while retaining their quality of such, the shooting clubs shall, inform the National Register of Arms the casualties of the weapons.(Replaced by art. 1 Decree No.73/88 B.O. 14/09/1988)
8) Boat personnel: From the classified material of "conditional civil use" and "special use", for use in national tuition vessels, in the quantities and conditions determined by the competent maritime authority.
9) Aircraft personnel: From classified material of "conditional civilian use" and "special use", for use in civil and commercial aircraft, in quantities and conditions determined by the Air Force General Command.
10) Airfield and port personnel: From the classified material of "conditional civil use" and "special uses", in the quantities and conditions determined by the competent authority.
11) Institutions: Official and private institutions with legal status, the material classified as "conditional civil use" and "special uses", when it is indispensable to provide their security.
12) Collectors: Of the classified materials of "exclusive use for the armed institutions", of "use for the public force" and of "conditional civil use", only for the purposes of collection.SECTION III AUTHORIZATIONS
ARTICLE 54. The acquisition and tenure authorizations for the legitimate users covered by article 53 of this regulation, with the only exception provided for in paragraphs 1 and 2, shall be extended by the National Arms Register.
ARTICLE 55. The legitimate users of Article 53, paragraphs 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12, shall be required as general terms:
(1) Be over 21 years old.
(2) Do not present psychic or physical abnormalities that incapacitate the petitioner for the possession of firearms. Where there are substantial grounds, medical certificates may be required.
(3) Accrediting the police unit with jurisdiction in the person ' s home, identity, royal residence and legal means of life. This will issue certification on the matter as well as the absence of a police or criminal record and will print a set of data sheets for the National Arms Register.
ARTICLE 56. They will also be required, as special conditions:
(1) For residents of regions with little police surveillance: Police certification of the place of residence, made up of the superior police authority, of the reasons for granting tenure authorization.
(2) For others: The same precaution as provided for in the preceding subparagraph shall be required. Without prejudice to this, the Ministry of Defence may, by resolution, provide full or partial compliance with the general conditions provided for in article 55 of the present regulation, replacing them or not by others, when it comes to national, provincial, communal or foreign authorities residing in the country.
(3) For members of shooting associations: Accredit their status by means of certification extended by competent authority of legally authorized shooting association.
(4) For staff of ships, aircraft, airfields and ports: Certification issued by the competent authority that credits the quality invoked and justifies the need to acquire the requested material.
5) Institutions: Together with the request for authorization, they must raise a staff payroll that will make use of the material, stating in the same the number of legitimate user credential, of each of those included in it.
The information to be determined by the National Register of Arms should also be produced for the purpose of assessing the grounds for the possession requested.
The National Register of Arms shall be entitled to deny full or part of the required possession when the material is not suitable for the purpose pursued by the petitioner.
Institutions interested in the acquisition of armoured vehicles must submit to the National Register of Arms the corresponding request for acquisition, an opportunity for them to be informed of the list of factories that are registered and authorized for construction. The National Arms Register shall standardize the technical specifications to which the armoured vehicles for the transport of securities should be adjusted, and the manufacturer cannot depart from them.
No manufacturer shall proceed with orders for the manufacture of armoured vehicles, if the person concerned does not pre-accredit the existence of the relevant acquisition authorization issued by the National Arms Register.
Following the construction of a vehicle, the person concerned shall forward to the National Register of Arms a request for possession, accompanying the technical specifications for the manufacture and identification of the vehicle. The National Register of Arms, prior to the granting of such authorization, may require the vehicle to be made available at the location and date to be determined for inspection purposes. If the armoured securities vehicle does not conform to the technical specifications established by the National Arms Register, it will not grant the tenure permit.
These vehicles may be kept in the right places available to users, in such a case adding to the tenure request a pattern of the security conditions provided by such locations for approval. Where users do not have adequate locations for the vehicle, they should require technical advice from the local police, for the use of private or official sites.
In these cases, the corresponding police certificate must also be accompanied to the request for possession, which proves that the vehicle ' s guard responds to security requirements.
(6) Individuals who dedicate themselves to the Greater Hunt: Accredit their status as such in accordance with the rules established by the National Register of Arms.
ARTICLE 57. Authorizations for possession of classified material as a weapon of war of conditional civil use and special uses will allow the legitimate user:
(1) Keep him in his power.
(2) Use it for specific purposes referred to in the appropriate place.
(3) Transport it, in accordance with article 86 of this regulation.
(4) Train and practice in authorized polygons.
5) Acquire and maintain ammunition for it. The sale of ammunition will be made against the submission of the respective tenure permit and as specified in the present regulation.
6) Repair or repair it, as specified by articles 16 to 21 of this regulation.
7) Acquire loose parts, spare parts or ingredients in accordance with Article 9 of this regulation.
(8) Acquire the necessary elements or ingredients for the authorized recharge of the ammunition to be used exclusively in the weapon.
9) Reload the ammunition for the weapon or authorized weapons.
10) Enter and leave the country by transporting the authorized material.
ARTICLE 58. Once the documentation referred to in article 55 has been collected by the person concerned and may correspond in accordance with the provisions of article 56, he must submit it personally to the police authority with jurisdiction at his home, together with the request for acquisition in the forms provided for by the National Arms Register.
The police authority shall, at the same time, fill with the precautions set out in article 55, paragraph 3, and shall proceed to raise all backgrounds to the National Register of Arms, which, received the documentation, shall collect from the National Register of Reoffence and Criminal Statistics and Carcelaria a report on the applicant ' s background.
This report is produced and analysed the documentation presented, the National Arms Register will resolve the request for acquisition.
ARTICLE 59. Authorized the acquisition of the material to a legitimate user, the National Register of Arms at the same time as sending the authorization, will send a copy of the same to the alien indicated by the buyer in its request.
ARTICLE 60. Concrete the operation, the purchaser must send by post to the National Register of Arms within three days, the request for the authorization of possession in its corresponding form, to which he will attach a copy of the invoice or proof of purchase, in which he must appear type, brand, model, calibre, and serial number of the acquired weapon. It will retain the copy of the acquisition authorization as a provisional proof of possession of the weapon.
Granted the same if applicable, you will forward the acquisition permit and the relevant lawful user credential by registered mail to the applicant.
ARTICLE 61. Examined the documentation received, the National Register of Arms shall issue the corresponding authorization of possession of the weapon, which, in addition to containing its characteristics, shall indicate the name and surname of the causator, identity document and legitimate user credential number.
ARTICLE 62. The legitimate users may only be holders and use the classified war material duly registered and authorized by the National Arms Register. Such a circumstance shall be credited with the "authorization of possession" that the said organism shall extend for each weapon.
The authorization of tenure together with the identity document referred to therein, are documents that legitimize tenure at the national level and must at all times accompany the weapon and be displayed as many times as required by competent authority.
When the holder does not own the weapon of war that works in his power, he will also be required to credit him as a legitimate user.
ARTICLE 63. The possession authorization shall be renewed when the transfer of the property of the weapon to which it is concerned is opposed, while the owner retains its status as a legitimate user recognized by the National Arms Register.
ARTICLE 64. The legitimate user credential will be valid for the term of CINCO (5) years after the date of its granting. If such a period has not been renewed, it will expire automatically and without any prior communication.
The expiry of the credential of the legitimate user of a weapon of war implies the expiration of all the authorizations of possession of the material of which the person concerned is holder, regardless of the date on which the latter had been agreed, the provisions of article 69 of this regulation are applicable in that case.
ARTICLE 65. Renewal of the legitimate user credential must be managed within the NOVENTA (90) days prior to its expiration, having to be filled with the requisitions of articles 55 and 56 of the regulation, subject to the procedure determined by article 58.
ARTICLE 66. If, during the validity of the lawful user ' s credential, the cases justifying the granting of the right of the right to the right to the right to the right to the right to the right to the right to the right of the right to the right to the right to the right to the right to the right to the right to the right to the right to do so shall be in accordance with article 69 of this regulation.
ARTICLE 67. Any change of domicile shall be communicated by the legitimate user to the National Register of Arms within the TEN (10) days later, attaching certificate issued by the police authority of his new domicile, which accredits such circumstance.
The failure to comply with such an obligation will imply the automatic expiration of the quality of the legitimate user.
ARTICLE 68. When a legitimate user recognized by the National Arms Register wishes to acquire a new weapon classified as a war, it will proceed to make the corresponding request for acquisition, indicating type, brand, model and calibre of the weapon and data of the broker.
This request shall be forwarded by mail to the National Register of Arms, which, if appropriate, shall issue the authorization of acquisition, which shall be sent by certified correspondence to the applicant, applying the provisions of articles 59 and following.SECTION IV. AUTHORIZATION OF TENTION
ARTICLE 69. Any material classified as a weapon of war which has expired, shall be subject to the following regime:
The person responsible shall, within the QUINCE (15) days of the fact that it gives rise to the irregular possession of the material, or of known existence, denounce such circumstance to the National Register of Arms and the police authority of his home.
At the same time you will express if you choose one of the following alternatives:
(a) Transfer it to a legitimate user in the manner provided for by this regulation;
(b) Substitute it in accordance with article 73 and the following of these regulations;
(c) Disposing or providing it in appropriation for sale to an registered merchant;
(d) Keeping it, when it comes to materials received by inheritance, if he or the heirs declared as such to whom they have been assigned, meet the conditions of legitimate users. In such a case, he or the interested parties shall, after the completion of the successor proceedings, comply with the remedies provided for in article 54 and the following of the regulation.
This authorization shall, if applicable, be accorded to a single person responsible for a weapon.
(e) Donate it to the State.
The National Arms Register shall set in each case the time limit within which the chosen alternative must be met.
The same was sold without the condition of the material being regulated, the material would be subject to expropriation.
Where the National Register of Arms deems it appropriate, it may arrange for the deposit of the materials covered by this article, at the place to be determined and until the person responsible regulates the situation.
ARTICLE 70. The Minister of Defence shall, on the proposal of the National Register of Arms, have the manner in which the material expropriated, seized, paid or confiscated shall be distributed. The Armed Forces, Security Police, recognized Tyre Associations or Museums will be beneficiaries of such distribution according to the characteristics of the material. If the National Arms Register so advised, the Minister of Defence may dispose of the destruction of the material.(Article replaced by art. 1 Decree No. 1554/79 B.O. 11/7/1979) SECTION V COMMERCIALIZATION
ARTICLE 71. Classified weapons and materials of war may be disposed of under the following conditions:
(1) Contracts between merchants registered in accordance with the provisions of this regulation shall not require prior authorization from the National Arms Register. This without prejudice to its obligation to register and report.
(2) The sale by a merchant to legitimate users will require prior authorization, in accordance with articles 54 and below.
(a) The trader may not dispose of the weapon until the doubling of the acquisition authorization issued by the National Register of Arms, which he shall receive in accordance with the provisions of article 59, is in power.
(b) The sale of the weapon will be carried out with the original to be presented by the buyer, whose identity must be verified.
(c) The seller shall require the buyer, in the act of sale, the identity document contained in the acquisition permit that agrees to the National Arms Register.
(d) Formalized the sale, you must cross the original and duplicate of the purchase permit, with the legend "Acquired", placing in both the serial number of the weapon.
(e) The seller may not dispose of weapons that differ in their type, brand, model and calibre from those resulting from the acquisition permit.
(f) The possession of the authorized material shall be delivered by the trader only to the legitimate purchaser or its legal representative, when it is a legal person; or in both cases to its expressly authorized officers for such act and prior identification.
(3) The trader, manufacturer or importer shall be responsible for the buyer ' s receipt of the class and quantity of weapons or ammunition that sets the authorized authorization.
(4) The acquisition of weapons of war or ammunition for the public force will require the prior authorization of the Ministry of Defence, in accordance with article 53 (1) of this regulation.SECTION VI PRENDA
ARTICLE 72. Pregnant operations of classified war materials can only be carried out before official institutions, with the following conditions to be observed:
(1) The official institution shall raise a report to the National Arms Register on a monthly basis, including the type, brand, model, caliber, serial number, name of the person who performs the operation and number of the authorization of possession of the material.
(2) Only legitimate users of war weapons can formalize the garment. At the time, the authorisation of tenure will be given to the acting institution, which will retain it until the material is withdrawn by the person concerned.
(3) In the event that the materials provided are not promptly removed and from the time when their auction is appropriate, the institution will inform the National Register of Arms within the TREINTA (30) days, a body that will be issued on the procedure to follow in these cases.
(4) The sale in public auction shall be formalized in accordance with articles 73 and 74 of this regulation.
(5) The official institution, prior to the relevant administrative procedure, will monitor the validity of the tenure authorization, controlling the legitimate user credential of the interested party, whose display must demand in that act.
In the event that the lawful user credential has expired, the person concerned shall not be given the material, informing himself of such circumstance to the National Register of Arms, within the ten (10) days run.
6) The above-mentioned institutions must carry a "War Arms Employee Register" in which they will assist the operations that include such material.
ARTICLE 72 BIS: Pre-emptive guarantees on material classified as a weapon of war may be established which shall be held by the debtor, and to ensure payment of sums of money consistent with the acquisition of firearms.
The assets affected to the garment guarantee the creditor with special privilege over them, the amount of the insured obligation, interest and expenses in the terms of the operation.
The contract produces effects between the parties since its conclusion, and with respect to third parties, from the day of its registration in the NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF ARMAS, which will create a particular registry, giving effect to the corresponding complementary rules.
Only natural and legal persons registered with the NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF ARMAS as legitimate firearm users will be eligible for pre-trial creditors.
The owner of the predatory material may not dispose of it, except for the agreement granted by the creditor by means of a person.
NATIONAL REGISTRATION DE ARMAS will issue certificates of domain and levy, and provide information to those who require it.
(Article 1 Decree No. 436/96 B.O. 24/4/1996)SECTION VII SALE IN REMATE
ARTICLE 73. The sale in public, judicial or particular auction of classified war materials shall be formalized with the same requirements set out in articles 71 (2) and 72 (2) of this regulation. It should also take into account the following:
(1) Give notice to the National Register of Arms with no less than TREINTA (30) days in advance to the date of the auction, day, time, place, materials subject to the auction, alienating data and number of your legitimate user credential.
(2) To request, in the same act, the approval of the advertising texts in which the auction of arms is announced and in which the warning should be given to the potential acquirers who will only be delivered the materials prior to the implementation of articles 54 and concordants of this regulation.
(3) Report on the security measures taken for the act of the auction.
(4) Materials to be auctioned judicially, within the CUARENTA and OCHO (48) hours of their abduction will be deposited in the National Arms Register until the time the auction occurs.
ARTICLE 74. After the auction, the auction must refer to the National Register of Arms, together with the possession authorizations provided by the seller, a detail of the arms sold, indicating: type of weapon, brand, model, calibre and serial number of the weapon, as well as identity data of the or of the authorized purchasers, being applied by the provisions of articles 60 and following and 71 (2) and 3.
It will also carry a "War Arms Sales Register" with the formalities and precautions provided for in Article 49 of this regulation.SECTION VIII TRANSMISION ENTRE PARTICULAR
ARTICLE 75. Prior to the acquisition of classified war material by transmission of a legitimate user, the person concerned shall require the corresponding authorization to the National Arms Register, in accordance with articles 54 et seq. of this regulation.
Upon receipt of the authorization and specification of the operation, together with the request and documentation for submission to the National Arms Register provided for in article 60 and within the time period provided for, the buyer must accompany the possession permit corresponding to the alienated weapon, which in the act of the sale must have delivered the alien.
The subsequent procedure shall be governed by the provisions of article 61 and in accordance with this regulation.
ARTICLE 76. The sale of classified war material by legitimate user to a merchant registered and recognized by the National Arms Register, for further marketing, shall not require prior authorization.
The alienator must hand over to the merchant of the possession authorization for the weapon and within three days will communicate the novelty to the National Arms Register, attaching a copy of the sale voucher.
For its part, the purchaser must turn the operation into his registration books, and shall periodically inform the National Register of Arms of the acquisitions of this nature which he has made. After each operation it will send within three days the tenure authorizations it had received from each seller.SECTION IX INTRODUCTION BY PARTICULAR COUNTRIES
ARTICLE 77. Persons wishing to enter the country with one or more weapons of war and the corresponding ammunition, in order to carry out hunting, sporting or other legitimate motives, shall be presented to the Argentine consulate in the country of origin, ammunitions of the equivalent in their country of tenure authorization, identity card or passport, requesting the "introduction and temporary possession" of the material with which they wish to enter the country for the term of their stay in the territory. The Argentine consulate shall control the authenticity of the present tenure document and in the event that there is no such document in the country of origin, the same consulate shall issue, after verification of the reasons invoked for the introduction of the material, and the age of the applicant, an authorization of "introduction and temporary possession" in which the type, brand, model, calibre and serial number of the weapons and quantity of ammunition must be recorded.
Likewise, the personal data of the applicant, customs planned for the entry and departure of the Argentine territory and estimated time of stay in the country.
The amount of weapons and ammunition to be authorized shall be related to the purpose stated by the person concerned.
The authorization shall be given to the applicant by duplicate.
ARTICLE 78. Upon entry into the country, the document issued by the Argentine consulate shall be controlled by local customs, which shall verify the correspondence between the permit and the weapons and ammunition entered, with the intervention of the police authority with jurisdiction in the place, which shall notify the person concerned that his or her departure from the country shall do so with all the weapons introduced and unused ammunition.
ARTICLE 79. The authorization of "introduction and temporary tenure" extended by the corresponding consulate, controlled by the local customs and visadated by the intervening police authority, shall enable the person of temporary residence in the country for the possession of the material by the authorized term, with the scope of Article 57 of this regulation. The relevant communication shall be made by the intervening police authority to the National Register of Arms, referring the duplicate of the authorization.
ARTICLE 80. When the individual arrives in the country without the documentation provided for in article 77 of the present regulation, after affidavit that it is the first time he does so, the authorization of "introduction and temporary possession" may be granted to him in a precarious and ad-referendum character of the National Arms Register. The same shall be extended by the intervening police authority, by the end of the stay and by the scope of the previous article. Copy of the authorization issued must be sent within the VEINTICUATRO (24) hours of its issuance to the National Arms Register.
ARTICLE 81. This emergency procedure may only be used once. The falsehood in the affidavit quoted in article 80 shall make the person responsible for the sanctions provided for in this regulation liable.
In the event that the same person enters the country again without complying with the precautions set out in article 77, the entry of arms and ammunition shall not be permitted, which shall remain in the deposit designated by the National Arms Register by the person concerned until his departure from the country.
ARTICLE 82. Upon leaving the country, the particular must be presented to the local customs which will verify the departure of unused weapons and ammunition, giving intervention to the police authority with jurisdiction at the site. The latter shall retain the authorisation conferred upon it, shall contain in it the detail of the weapons and ammunition with which its discharge occurs and shall refer the same to the National Register of Arms within the following (24) hours.
ARTICLE 83. If any of the weapons entered are missing at the time, the person concerned shall submit the documentation justifying such a circumstance.
At the time, a record will be released which will include the circumstances of the case, detail and characteristics of the missing material, identity of the interested party and actual domicile. The record shall be forwarded to the National Register of Arms together with the document referred to in article 82 and within the time limit provided.
ARTICLE 84. The National Register of Arms shall bear a "Special Register for the Introduction and Departure of Arms and Ammunition" referred to in this Section and which shall include the identity of persons who have introduced weapons to the country under the conditions of Article 77, whose list shall be made known periodically to the National Customs Administration and police authorities to intervene, as determined by Article 81 last paragraph of this regulation.
ARTICLE 85. When the individual entering the country does so in order to settle temporarily or definitively, the weapons of war and ammunition that he intends to enter shall be deposited where the National Register of Arms indicates, until the customs regulations in force are fulfilled and the relevant authorization is granted. If the material is denied, the material may be re-expelled abroad or subjected to any of the alternatives provided for in article 69 (a), (b), (c) or (e), without prejudice to article 69, without prejudice to the enforcement of the customs provisions in force.SECTION X TRANSPORT OF WAR ARMS
ARTICLE 86. Manufacturers, importers, merchants and registered armourers, and other persons legitimized in accordance with this regulation, may transport authorized weapons of war and ammunition.
Such transport must be carried out with the corresponding documentation.
The legitimate users who transport weapons of war and their ammunition must do so in accordance with article 62 of this regulation.
ARTICLE 87. The transport of quantities of war weapons and their ammunition will require prior authorization from the National Arms Register. Such authorization shall be extended in two copies, giving the original to the author. The same, which must be renewed annually, will protect any transport carried out during its validity and its authenticated copy must be forwarded along with the material.
In addition to the document referred to, the load must be accompanied by a sender in which the list of all the material will appear, mentioning in each case the type, brand, model, caliber and serial number of each element transported. Copy of such a remit will be dispatched by "certified" correspondence for the National Arms Registry, before or when the movement of each shipment to its destination begins.
Failure to send the document referred to in a timely manner shall make the person responsible for the sanctions provided for in this regulation liable. Transport companies will not be able to accept the load of weapons and other classified war materials, if together with them it is not delivered authenticated copy of the prior authorization issued by the National Arms Register and submits with the list of the material.
In the case provided for in this article, transportation shall be carried out under the conditions set out in article 125.SECTION XI
ARTICLE 88. The carrying of weapons of war by legitimate users shall be in accordance with the following regime:
(1) The legitimate users provided for in article 53, paragraph 2, of this regulation may be authorized to carry the weapons whose possession has been agreed upon by the authorities mentioned therein, where there are reasons that justify it;
(2) The legitimate users provided for in article 53, paragraph 3, may be authorized by the National Register of Arms to carry the weapons whose possession has been agreed upon to them, where there are reasons that justify it and after the agreement for the portion of the Office to which the applicant belongs;
(3) The personnel of vessels, aircraft, airfields, ports and institutions provided for in article 53, paragraphs 8, 9, 10 and 11 of this regulation may be authorized to carry the weapons of war which have been agreed upon by the National Register of Arms, in form, place and opportunity expressly determined.
(4) The National Arms Register may authorize any other legitimate user of war weapons to bear those whose possession may have authorized, where there are substantial grounds for security and defence.
The granting of such authorization shall be regarded as restrictive and its validity shall be one (1) year renewable, if, in the opinion of the granting authority, the cases in which it was originally founded remain.
Only the National Arms Register may grant authorization to carry weapons of war.SECTION XII MATERIAL
ARTICLE 89. Where the material included in the classification of "prohibited use" should be used for duly justified reasons, the agency, institution or person concerned must submit to the National Register of Arms the request for authorization for its acquisition on the grounds that substantiate it and explain in detail the use to give and required quantities. The National Arms Registry shall submit such a request to the Ministry of Defence, giving an opinion on the desirability or not of taking place.
Granted by the Executive Power the authorization and the conditions of use established, the National Arms Register will verify its compliance within the specified scope for each case.CHAPTER III CIVIL SECTION I FISCALIZATION
ARTICLE 90. The National Gendarmerie, Prefecture Naval Argentina and the Federal and Provincial Police shall, within their respective jurisdictions, be responsible for the control of the acts provided for in article 29 of Decree-Law No. 20.429/73 which are intended for weapons and ammunition classified as "civil use".
ARTICLE 91. The supervisory authorities mentioned in the previous article shall intervene in the register and infringement of the acts and activities provided for in the Law and regulations that occur within the scope of their jurisdiction, granting the appropriate authorizations.(Article replaced by art. 1 Decree No. 135/76 B.O.23/4/1976)
ARTICLE 92. The control authority includes the application of the penalties provided for in article 36 of Decree-Law 20.429/73, in cases of infringement or regulation, within their respective jurisdictions and areas of competence.
ARTICLE 93. The local authorities of control shall refer to the National Register of Arms on a quarterly basis, the details of all acts that have been controlled, for the purposes of the formation and updating of the "Civil Use Arms Register" which the said body must carry with the formalities envisaged for the "Registration of Arms and War Ammunition".SECTION II CONTROL OF MRI COMMERCIANS
ARTICLE 94. The local supervisory authorities will monitor compliance with the obligations established by Decree-Law 20.429/73 and this regulation by authorized arms dealers with domicile in their jurisdiction. They will also monitor all acts related to the marketing of weapons of civilian use and their ammunition.
The National Register of Arms should be informed on a quarterly basis of the high and low levels produced by any cause within its jurisdiction in the field of arms trades.
ARTICLE 95. Civil-use arms dealers shall bear the documentation referred to in article 49 of this regulation, which shall be a matter of inspection by the local control authorities.SECTION III TRANSMISSION OF THE CIVIL ARMS
ARTICLE 96. They may only acquire weapons of civilian use and ammunition, and be users or holders thereof, the elderly. Verification of compliance with such a requirement shall be the responsibility of those who transmit ownership or possession of the weapon.
No particular can be disposed of in the same act, more than one weapon by type, brand, model and caliber.
ARTICLE 97. The sale of weapons of civil use by traders shall be subject to the following formalities:
(a) The acquirer must prove his or her identity and age by means of an appropriate document recognized by the public authorities.
(b) The seller shall make the form whose model appears as Annex "A" to this regulation, by quadrupling and the remaining documentation necessary for the purposes of the registration.
(c) The original form will be held by the buyer, as proof of the purchase.
(d) The alienator will file for control the quadruple, having to refer the triplicate monthly to the police unit with jurisdiction over his home, and the duplicate to the National Arms Registry in the opportunity to send the tablet determined in article 49.
ARTICLE 98. Once the operation has been carried out, the buyer shall appear within the TEN (10) days later before the local authority for the control of the domicile of the trade in which he or she has acquired the weapon, with the proof of acquisition, in order to manage the corresponding Certificate of Trend, which shall be granted after proof of his or her age.
ARTICLE 99. Where the owner ' s domicile is under the jurisdiction of control authority other than that of the merchant ' s home where he or she has acquired the weapon, he or she must also comply with the obligation provided for in the preceding article. At that time, the local authority of intervening control will extend a "Provisional Authority of Tendency", which will be valid by CIENTO VEINTE (120) corrected days.
Within this last period, the person concerned shall submit to the local authority for the control of his or her munido domicile of the "Provisional Authority of Tendency" and the proof of acquisition, in order to manage the definitive "Authorization of Tendency", which will be extended without further processing.
ARTICLE 100. When the alienating of a weapon of civil use is a particular one, it must be presented together with the acquirer before the local authority of control of his domicile, ammo of the corresponding "Authorization of Trend" and the form provided for in the Annex "A" of the triplicated regulation.
The intervening authority will take account of the transmission that is operated, granting the relevant "Authorization of Tenance" if applicable, and informing the National Register of Arms of the transmission of domain carried out, sending duplicate of the Annex.
If the acquirer is domiciled in a jurisdiction other than that of the seller, the provisions of article 99 shall apply. When a particular person wishes to transmit the domain of a weapon outside the jurisdiction of his or her domicile, he or she shall concur with the acquirer before the local control authority with jurisdiction in the domicile of the latter, proceeding in accordance with the first two paragraphs of this article. The alienator must communicate the transfer of the weapon to the local authority of control of his home, within the CIENTO VEINTE (120) days of operation, by presenting his copy of Annex "A", intervened by the local authority to which the transfer was made.
ARTICLE 101. When the transmission of a weapon of civilian use is subject to the death of its owner, the heir to whom it has been assigned shall be presented to the local authority for the control of the owner ' s domicile, ammo of the corresponding "Authorization of Trend" and documentation that credits him as the owner of the weapon. The authority shall proceed with such seizures, in accordance with the provisions of the preceding article.
ARTICLE 102. The authorizations for the possession and possession of weapons of civil use granted by the local authorities of control shall be valid throughout the national territory.
Authorization of possession of a weapon of civil use will enable its owner:
1) Keep her in her power.
(2) Use it in hunting and shooting activities, in accordance with the provisions in force.
(3) To transport it, in accordance with article 86 of this regulation.
(4) Train and practice in authorized polygons.
5) Acquire ammunition for it.
(6) Repair or repair it, as specified by articles 16 to 21 of this regulation.
7) Acquire loose parts, parts or ingredients of the authorized weapon.
(8) Enter and leave the country by transporting authorized materialSECCION IV OPERATIONS DE PRENDA y VENTA en REMATE
ARTCIULO 103.- The operations of the garment of weapons of civil use can only be carried out before official institutions, which will require the person concerned to certify his identity and hand over it together with the weapon, from the corresponding "Authorization of Tenance" to his name, which will be retained until the material is withdrawn.
When the material is not withdrawn by the data subject, and its auction must be proceeded, the following article shall apply.
The rule of article 72 bis shall apply to undisplaced garment operations on civilian use material. (Párrafo incorporated by Decree No. 436/96 B.O. 24/4/1996)
ARTICLE 104. The sale in public, judicial or particular auction of weapons of civil use will not require prior authorization. The seller must carry a book called "Official Register of Operations", with the formalities provided for in Article 49.
It must also comply with article 97 of the present regulation.
ARTICLE 105. The purchaser of weapons of civil use at auction shall comply with the provisions of article 98 and concordants of this regulation.SECTION V INTRODUCTION BY PARTICULAR COUNTRIES
ARTICLE 106. The introduction of weapons of civilian use and ammunition by individuals to the country would not require prior authorization.
ARTICLE 107. When such an introduction is made by persons domiciled in the national territory, the persons concerned shall in the same act manage before the local supervisory authority with jurisdiction in the place where it is verified, a record of the entry of the material valid by TREINTA (30) days.
Within that period, the last paragraph of article 99 of the regulation must be complied with.
ARTICLE 108. When it comes to the temporary introduction of weapons of civil use, by persons without a fixed domicile in the country, it must in the same act be managed before the local control authority with jurisdiction in the place where the entry will be verified, a "Transient Authority of Trend", which will be valid for all the time of stay in national territory.
Those concerned shall be notified of their entry, that they shall do so with all the weapons they have entered, which shall be credited to the customs authority involved in their return. Any missing person must be justified with the corresponding documentation, according to the case.
ARTICLE 109. The local control authority shall, in respect of such acts, comply with the report provided for in article 93.SECTION VI TRANSPORT OF CIVIL WEEKS
ARTICLE 110. The transport of weapons of civil use may be carried out by any person of age, accompanying the material of the corresponding "Authorization of Trend".
ARTICLE 111. The transport of quantities of weapons of civilian use and their ammunition shall be carried out with the authorization of the local control authority with jurisdiction in the place of origin of the material.
This authorization, which must be renewed annually, will protect any transport carried out during its validity.
The material transported shall be accompanied by a sender containing the list of the weapons and containing the name and surname or social reason of the sender and the number and date of the authorization of transport.
Transport companies will not be able to accept the load of weapons of civil use, if they have not previously been given a copy authenticated by the scribe of the transport authorization, which they must keep in their possession.
The transport shall be carried out under the conditions laid down in article 125 and following the communication provided for in article 87, addressed to the local authority for the control of the sender ' s home.SECTION VII
ARTICLE 112. Prohibit the bearing of "civil use" weapons, with the following exceptions:
(1) By active public officials, when his mission justified him and at the time of his performance.
(2) For the payers and deposits, at the time of their performance.
(3) For other people, when they come up with reasons that make the portion essential.
ARTICLE 113. The authorization to carry weapons of "civil use" where appropriate will be granted by the local control authorities.
Prior to its award, the applicant ' s personal history will be checked and certified as to the existence of the reasons for the authorization. In the event of an unfavourable record, the order shall be refused or the order agreed upon shall be cancelled.CHAPTER IV COMPLEMENTARY PROVISIONS SECTION I MUNITIONS
ARTICLE 114. All acts linked to the munition of weapons of war, not specifically regulated, are subject to the same precautions as this regulation establishes for the latter. The authorization of the possession of ammunition of war to the maximum amount fixed shall be deemed to be included in the authorization of possession of the weapon, extended by the National Register of Arms.
ARTICLE 115. They are not covered by the preceding article:
1) War weapons ammunition of calibre greater than 20 mm.
2) Explosive ammunition.
3) Chemistry ammunition.
4) Detachment cartridges, illumination and lancegories, for non-portable weapons.
For the above-mentioned materials, they shall govern the provisions of Decree No. 26.028/51, except for ammunition collectors. In this case, these materials will fall under administrative control of the National Register of Arms, and the directives on the technical and security aspects of the Register of Arms must be completed. (Replace the phrase " GENERAL DIRECTION OF MILITARY FABRICATIONS" by "NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF ARMS", by art. 5°Decree No. 37/2001B.O.17/01/2001)
ARTICLE 116. The business of armory and other traders with war ammunition will carry out the seats corresponding to ammunition revenues and discharges in a manner similar to that established for weapons, using the same records and documents.
ARTICLE 117. The sale of ammunition corresponding to war weapons will be made against the presentation of the "arm consumption control card", the tenure authorization and the user's identity document.
The card will contain the amount of authorized ammunition, its caliber and the number of the legitimate user credential. The National Arms Register will set the amount of ammunition that legitimate users can acquire.
ARTICLE 118. The firing associations will acquire the necessary ammunition for their associates, with the prior approval of the General Directorate of Tyre, which will inform the National Register of Arms of the operations. The acquired ammunition must be consumed by the user partners, for the purposes for which it was authorized, under the responsibility of the respective association.SECTION II ARMED BUKS AND AIRERS OR ARMS
ARTICLE 119. National or foreign-registration vessels that conduct shipments of weapons or ammunition to or from national ports may navigate in Argentine jurisdictional waters, provided that they have been previously authorized and without prejudice to the implementation of the other provisions in force.
With due anticipation the captains and their agents shall notify the maritime authority, which shall authorize the navigation provided that it is carried out in accordance with the applicable regulations, taking all relevant security measures within their jurisdiction.
The same aircraft with arms or ammunition will be required to enter, exit and fly over in national jurisdiction by existing international conventions.
ARTICLE 120. The transport of such materials is prohibited on aircraft or vessels leading passengers, unless it is carried out by its legitimate users. In these cases, passengers who transport or carry weapons of any kind must make the same available to the ship commander at the time of embarking.
ARTICLE 121. The transit of ships or aircraft of foreign war by national territory shall be governed by the existing international conventions to which the Argentine Republic has acceded.SECTION III INTERNATIONAL TRANSITE OF MATERIAL
ARTICLE 122. The transit through the national territory, in any of its forms (marital, fluvial, land or air) of weapons or ammunition, to another country, will require the prior authorization of the National Register of Arms that will agree to it in accordance with the international conventions in force and signed by the Argentine Nation and without prejudice to the other provisions governing it.
ARTICLE 123. The same will be required for pre-trafficking operations (transfer or re-embarkation). When the transfer operations of arms or ammunition in transit cannot be carried out within the CUARENTA AND OCHO (48) hours of arrival of the material to the country, the latter, after verification, will enter the deposits of the National Arms Register until its re-expedition, running the expense of the person responsible for the material.
Any custody or security measures necessary to take shall be decided by the National Arms Register, in common with the competent local control authorities.SECTION IV SECURITY MEASURES
ARTICLE 124. Any person or institution that has legitimate firearms and ammunition shall take all measures within its purview to prevent subtraction or diversion.
ARTICLE 125. The transport of firearms must always be carried out separately from their munitions and within the largest reserve, dispelling as far as possible the nature of the materials transported, and preferably using a different means for each shipment, as well as different routes to avoid identifiable routines.
ARTICLE 126. Persons authorized for the possession of weapons and ammunition shall avoid having more than one fist weapon and one shoulder weapon in sight. The remaining weapons, if any, such as stockpiles of ammunition, should be kept in safe, hidden places and where there is no danger of immediate or spontaneous combustion for ammunition.
ARTICLE 127. The legitimate users who possess in a significant amount weapons of war and ammunition and who must be absent for a long time from the place where they are kept may deposit them free of charge, together with their tenure permits, in the deposit designated by the National Arms Register. The delivery will be carried out in the way it establishes, extending to the user a receipt in form by the deposited elements, in which, in addition to the data of the material, its state of preservation will be detailed.
ARTICLE 128. Banking institutions that provide their clients with the service of safe deposit boxes will not permit the deposit of ammunition in any case. Without prejudice to this, they may authorize the holding of weapons that, for security reasons, wish to place in them legitimate users, upon verification of the authorization of possession of the weapons to deposit.SECCION V SUSTRACTIONS, EXTRAVIS, PERDIDAS AND DEPRESENTATIVES
ARTICLE 129. Any person who has agreed to the possession of a weapon is obliged to communicate to the National Register of Arms or local authority of control - as the case may be - the subtraction, diversion or loss of the material under his or her responsibility, within the ACCOUNT And OCHO (48) hours of the event, without prejudice to the corresponding complaint to the competent authority.
Identical obligation applies to the case of removal, diversion or loss of documentation linked to the material.
ARTICLE 130. Where the police authority receives a complaint of subtraction, diversion or loss as well as a finding of firearms, or proceeds to the abduction of weapons in violation, regardless of the classification of the material in question, it shall communicate to the National Register of Arms, with all the data obtained.
ARTICLE 131. Judicial officials who are seeking to seize firearms or ammunition, whatever their type, will simultaneously forward a copy of this request to the National Arms Register.
This body will keep an update on a "Successful or Extracted Arms Register" and a "Registration of Arms with Sequestration Order" in which the information mentioned in articles 130 and present will be turned.SECTION VI COLLECTIONISTS OF ARMS AND MUNITIONS
ARTICLE 132. Any collector of firearms or ammunition shall, in the case of the materials provided for in article 53, paragraph 12 of this regulation, register in the "Registration of Arms Collectors", which shall be carried by the National Register of Arms. This is without prejudice to its obligation to comply with the requisitions of article 54 and the following, as well as article 115 concerning ammunition.
In order to be considered a collector, the person concerned must comply with the precautions required for the granting of the permit of possession of weapons of war to legitimate users, and possess a collection composed of no less than TEN (10) weapons (collectionist of weapons) or CIEN (100) cartridges of collection of different calibers, or DOSCIENTS CINCUENTA (250) between cartridges and scores or QUINIENTOS.
ARTICLE 133. The legitimate collector who wishes to acquire new weapons for his collection must conform to the procedure established by article 68 of the regulation. In both the legitimate user credential and the possession authorizations of the weapons that make up the collection, the character of the collector and the quality of the collection of the material will be recorded.CHAPTER V TEMPORARY LIMITATIONS
ARTICLE 134. Where the National Executive Power, in the use of the powers conferred by article 35 of Decree-Law No. 20.429/73, resolves to limit the scope or to temporarily suspend any of the acts provided for in article 1 of that legal text, the Ministry of Defence, through the National Arms Register, shall take appropriate measures to monitor compliance.
ARTICLE 135. The local control authorities provided for by Decree-Law No. 20.429/73 and the present regulation, or those designated for this purpose, shall inform the Ministry of Defence, through the National Arms Register, of all aspects in which its intervention is carried out.CHAPTER VI OF INFRACTIONS AND ITS SECTION I COMPETENCE AND PROCEDURES
ARTICLE 136. The following authorities shall be competent to verify and punish violations of Decree-Law No. 20.429/73 and their regulations:
(1) The Ministry of Defence, through the National Register of Arms, with regard to violations of the acts provided for in article 1 of the above-mentioned legal text, where they include gunpowders, explosives and related weapons, materials and ammunition of war and civil use. (Replace the phrase " GENERAL DIRECTION OF MILITARY FABRICATIONS" by "NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF ARMS", by art. 5° Decree No. 37/2001 B.O.17/01/2001.
(2) The Ministry of Defence, through the National Register of Arms, with respect to violations of the acts provided for in article 1 of the above-mentioned legal text, when they include material classified as weapons, materials and ammunition of war, and import of weapons of civil use.
(3) The local supervisory authorities mentioned in article 91 of the present regulation, within their respective jurisdictions, in respect of violations of the acts provided for in article 29 of the Decree-Law, with the exception of the import, when they include material classified as "civil use" weapons and their ammunition.
Any public authority that takes notice of the commission of a violation of Decree-Law No. 20.429/73 or its regulation shall report on such a circumstance directly to the competent authority that corresponds in accordance with the provisions of the three preceding paragraphs, referring the background of the case that they may act in their power.
ARTICLE 137. The competent authority shall perform the necessary actions to verify the fact and its relevant circumstances. If possible, these actions will occur in the presence and with the signature of the responsible.
From the trained file you will be seen by CINCO (5) days to make your download, offering the proof that you try to use. Upon the advice of the legal counsel, a decision shall be made, which shall be notified personally or by means of the person responsible.
ARTICLE 138. Against administrative decisions imposing sanctions, the remedy of reconsideration provided for in article 84 of Decree No. 1.759/72, which regulates Decree-Law No. 19.549/72 of Administrative Procedures may be lodged.The administrative resolutions issued by the local supervisory authorities provided for in article 136, paragraph 3, shall be appealed to the authority establishing the rules of local procedures.
ARTICLE 139. If the judicial remedy provided for in article 41 of Decree-Law No. 20.429/73 is instituted, the competent judge shall give intervention to the acting body.
PRINCIPLES OF IMPLEMENTATION AND FUNDING OF ACTIONS
ARTICLE 140. The implementation of the sanctions shall be governed by the following principles:
(a) A formal administrative notice shall be applied, with substantial disciplinary content, in the case of primary offences that do not review seriousness or danger to public or third-party security.
The mere administrative observation of an erroneous procedure or indications for the best compliance with Decree-Law No. 20 429/73 and its regulations shall not constitute an unfavourable notice or background.
Sanctions shall be graduated in accordance with the nature, gravity and danger caused by the infringement, taking into account the above sanctions, if any, the economic capacity of the offender, the importance of his trade or activity, his administrative behaviour and personal conditions.
The temporary suspension of the permit or authorization implies the absolute prohibition of performing the acts to which the authorization or permission concerned, for the period specified in the resolution.
The final withdrawal of the permit or authorization causes the same effects, however, the sanctioned may request their rehabilitation after the passing of CINCO (5) years of the final ruling imposed by the sanction.
The temporary closure of the premises, trade, factory, mine, work or place of operation means the material closure of the site with evacuation of the staff, without prejudice to the security measures determined in each case. If the premises, trade, factory, mine, work or place of operation, have other branches of production, traffic or activity, the closure will affect the parties that correspond to the sanctioned activity, unless, for well-founded reasons of security or for being the indivisible environment, the closure must understand the entire local, trade, factory, work, mine or place of operation.SECTION III PRECAUTORY MEASURES
ARTICLE 141. The provisional suspension of the permit or authorization, the provisional closure and the abduction of the material in violation may be resolved by the competent authority, when such a measure is based on security reasons or to avoid the commission of new offences and until a final resolution is issued. Seizure and destruction of the abducted material may be disposed of when urgent security reasons are imposed.
In the event of any of the precautionary measures mentioned with the exception of forfeiture and destruction, the person concerned may lodge a review appeal within the THREE (3) days before the intervening authority, in order to ensure that their scopes are terminated or modified. The competent authority will ultimately resolve within TEN (10) days.SECTION IV MULTA
ARTICLE 142- When the penalty is fine, your amount must be deposited within the THREE (3) days of the termination of the resolution imposed on it, in the corresponding special account.
ARTICLE 143. Fines imposed by firm resolution, not deposited within the time limit set out in the previous article, shall be executed by means of fiscal execution.
The resolution imposing it, or its authenticated copy, shall serve as an executive title and shall be competent judge of the place where the offence was committed, the place of the debtor ' s domicile or the place where the payment should be made, at the choice of the actor.SECTION V DECOMISO
ARTICLE 144. Decommissioned weapons, materials and ammunition shall be distributed as provided for in article 70 of the present regulation. In the case of gunpowders, explosives and related weapons, the National Arms Registry will intervene, advising the Ministry of Defence. (Replace the phrase " GENERAL DIRECTION OF MILITARY FABRICATIONS" by "NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF ARMS", by art. 5° Decree No. 37/2001 B.O.17/01/2001. Monitoring: from 1 January 2001)CHAPTER VII ARTLES, TASES AND MULTS
ARTICLE 145. The National Arms Register, the National Arms Register and the local control authorities shall establish fair tariffs and fees for the administrative and technical services that are in accordance with the provisions of Decree-Law No. 20,429 of 1973 and this regulation must be provided. The amount collected by such services, as well as the amount of fines to be applied, will be affected exclusively to the implementation of the Decree-Law and its regulations, for which the relevant special accounts will be opened. (Replace the phrase " GENERAL DIRECTION OF MILITARY FABRICATIONS" by "NATIONAL REGISTRATION OF ARMS", by art. 5° Decree No. 37/2001 B.O.17/01/2001.CHAPTER VIII TRANSITORY PROVISIONS DECLARATION OF FUEGO ARMS
ARTICLE 146. Persons possessing firearms, ammunition, their components, including spare parts, matrices or any element specifically used for their manufacture, shall proceed to their declaration to the police authority with jurisdiction at their home, within the time of NOVENTA (90) days of the date of entry into force of this regulation.
ARTICLE 147. Institutions and legal persons shall act similarly with what is established for natural persons but within the time limit of NOVENTA (90) days, counting on the CIENTO VEINTE (120) days from the entry into force of this regulation.
ARTICLE 148. They are expressly exempted from the obligation under articles 146 and 147, the legitimate users included in article 53, paragraphs 1, 2 and 3, of this regulation.
ARTICLE 149. The intervening authority shall designate the depositary presenter of the declared material until it regulates his possession, except where he or she knows specific backgrounds that advise otherwise. In no case shall the material be delivered or displayed to the authority to which the declaration is made, except express provision to the contrary.
ARTICLE 150. War weapons: When the declaration includes classified war material, the applicant shall proceed in accordance with the provisions of article 58 and in accordance with this regulation, or in accordance with the provisions of article 69.
The duplicate of the form to be submitted to the police authority shall act as a provisional authorization of tenure, until the National Register of Arms agrees or denies it.
Where tenure is not authorized, it shall be conducted in accordance with article 69.
ARTICLE 151. Weapons of civil use: Where the declared material corresponds to the classification of civilian use, the police authority shall proceed in accordance with articles 96 and concordant of this regulation. If the material cannot be held by the declarant, the provisions of article 69 of the regulation shall apply.
ARTICLE 152. After the time limits referred to in article 146, the material which has not been declared shall be liable to confiscation, without prejudice to the other penalties that may be appropriate.
ARTICLE 153. The benefit of the deadlines conferred by articles 146 and 147 shall not reach those who are incriminated by the possession of weapons.
ARTICLE 154. In the event of a refusal by the police authority to receive the declaration provided for in this chapter, the person concerned shall, within the terms of articles 146 and 147, notify by means of a collusional telegram or any appropriate means to the police headquarters on which the remissing authority or the National Arms Register depends, as appropriate, on the matter, indicating its complete personal data and the detail of the material in question, indicating which the unit was refused to receive.Annex A FORM FOR THE ADQUISITION OF CIVIL ARMS I. Vendor data:
(a) Social reason:
(b) Street:......... .N°.: inflation.......P.:.....................Dpto.: innovation.
Location:............ ..Province:............ .
(c) Name and last name (1):...........................
Identity document (2):...........................
(d) Annotated in F. N.:................................I Material Data:
(a) Type (3):...................... ..
(c) Calibre:................................................................................... .
(e) Numeral series:........................ .
................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................III Data from the acquirer:
(a) First name and last name:....................................
b) Identity document (2):.............................. .
(c) Street:......... .No.:.......... .. ..according to hypothesis........ .
(d) Profession or office:..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
Place & Date: becoming conscious.
Signature salesman: breadwinners.
(1) From the employee when the sale is made at the shop. From the seller when it comes to transfer between individuals.
(2) Specify document type.
(3) revolver, gun, rifle, rifle, rifle, shotgun, etc.Background