2013 Regulations

Original Language Title: Beschussverordnung 2013

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445. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, Family and Youth on the testing of handguns 2013 (July 2013 Regulation)

On the basis of § § 1, 3 to 8, 10, 11, 15 and 22 of the Law on the Law of the Prussian Law, BGBl. No. 141/1951, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I No 50/2012, shall be arranged:

table of contents

1. Main item

General provisions

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1. factual scope

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2. Committed to prosecutive testing

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3. Assumption of the exuberated trial

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4. Cleaning before submission

2. Main piece

Ammunition for handguns for ammunition with smokeless powder

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5. Scope

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6. Filing

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7. Pre-bombardings

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8. Pre-bombings

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9. Scope of the examination

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10. Control of labelling

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11. Control of functional safety and visual inspection

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12. Control of dimensions

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13. Return before the final bombardtion

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14. Final bombardess

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15. Control after the final bombardess

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16. Reposition after the final bombardtion

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17. Reercial testing obligation

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18. Volunteer trials

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19. attaching the badmarks

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20. Probidiation

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21. Official entries, confirmation of receipt, list of certificates

3. Main piece

Decision on the use of black powder

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22. Scope

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23. Filing

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24. Pre-bombardings, advance marks

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25. Scope of the examination

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26. Control of labelling

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27. Control of functional safety and visual inspection

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28. Return before the final shelling

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29. Final bombardess

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30. Control after the final bombardess

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31. Reposition after the final bombardtion

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32. Newly probable duty

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33. Volunteer Probidity

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34. attaching the badmarks

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35. Control trials

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36. Official entries, confirmation of receipt, list of certificates

4. Main piece

Decision on certain types of firearms

1. Section: General

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37. Scope

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38. Type of testing

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39. Filing

2. Section: Type examination

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40. Scope of type examination

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41. Control of labelling

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42. Control of functional safety and visual inspection

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43. Control of dimensions

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44. Return before the shelling

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45. Type-checking bombardings

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46. Control after the shelling

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47. Reposition after the shelling

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48. Admission of the Type

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49. Newly probable duty

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50. Control tests

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51. Official entries and confirmation of receipt

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52. Information of the Permanent Office of the Permanent International Commission for the Examination of Handguns (C.I.P.)

3. Section: Individual examination

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53. Scope of the individual examination

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54. Control of functional safety and visual inspection

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55. Single-test bombardess

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56. Other provisions

5. Main piece

Binding declaration of technical standards

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57. Declaration of liability of ÖNORMEN

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58. Connection declaration of ON-Rules

6. Main piece

Final provisions

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59. Linguistic treatment

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60. referrals

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61. Entry into force and external force

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62. EU notification

Annex

1: Blackout charges for black powder weapons

Annex

2: ÖNORM

1. Main item

General provisions

Objective scope

§ 1. (1) The provisions of this Regulation shall apply to the testing of the handguns referred to in paragraph 2, to the testing of the most highly stressed parts of handguns referred to in paragraph 3, and to the affixing of the badges to the firearms. ,

(2) Handguns within the meaning of Section 1 (3) of the German Armed Forces Act are:

1.

Firearms: equipment in which the gas pressure caused by the combustion of blowing agents is driven by a barrel; in particular, these include:

a)

Rifles (long guns): Flinten, Büchsen;

b)

Handguns: Revolver, pistols;

2.

Equipment: portable equipment for commercial, industrial or technical purposes which are driven by the gas pressure, projectile or other mechanical parts produced by the combustion of blowing agents, in particular:

a)

Slaughterhouse apparatus;

b)

Boltsets

3.

Weapons of alarm, chilling and stimulant: equipment not designed to move a projectile;

4.

Böller: Prangersockets, Salutkanonen, etc.

(3) Maximum claimed parts of small arms within the meaning of section 1 (3) of the law on fire are finished runs, closures, drums serving as a cartridge, as well as all parts of a handgun directly exposed to the gas pressure.

(4) This Regulation shall not apply to:

1.

Firearms in accordance with paragraph 2 and the maximum claimed parts of handguns, as referred to in paragraph 3, which have been used by a force of force or manufactured or repaired by or on behalf of, and are used for the purposes of such force;

2.

Firearms pursuant to para. 2 and the most highly claimed parts of handguns according to paragraph 3, which were manufactured before 1 January 1900 and are used exclusively for decoration purposes or are retained only for their art or collection value.

(5) The testing of handguns and highly stressed parts of small arms, which are in another Member State of the Convention on the mutual recognition of handguns for handguns, BGBl. No 269/1971 in the version of Article II of the Federal Law BGBl. No 233/1984, is in principle not subject to the provisions of this Regulation and may only be made by the person concerned in that case if the Office of the Council of the other Member State requests it and confirms that: there are technical reasons which do not make it possible to test them.

Commitment to prosecutive testing

§ 2. (1) For the submission of the official testing of the handguns and the most highly stressed parts of small arms, all those natural and legal persons who manufacture these objects in Austria shall be obliged to submit them in Austria. to be placed on the market, or on the grounds that they are placed on the market.

(2) The obligation pursuant to paragraph 1 shall not apply with regard to handguns and the most highly stressed parts of handguns, which are subject to a valid Austrian (§ 19 para. 2 and 4, § 34 (1), § 48 (4)) or recognized test marks according to The provisions of the Ordinance on Examination in 2013, BGBl. II No 444/2013, as well as with regard to the shouting apparatus referred to in Article 38 (4). The obligation laid down in paragraph 1 shall also be waived in respect of those natural persons who do not have a permanent residence or permanent residence within the territory of the Republic of Austria, but only in respect of the persons who are not resident in the territory of the Use of handguns temporarily introduced into the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany and the most heavily used parts of small arms.

(3) In the cases of § § 17, 32 and 49, for the submission of the official testing of the handguns and the most highly stressed parts of handguns, all persons are obliged to carry out the operations referred to in these terms and conditions. have been made or changes have been detected.

(4) Handheld firearms or parts of handguns, which are imported from abroad, must be submitted to the national destination at the latest 30 days after they have been sent to the national destination, provided that no 2 (2) is required to The application is applied.

Acceptance of the uselable trials

§ 3. The handguns and the most heavily stressed parts of small arms subject to the duty to be heard shall be provided by the President-in-Office in accordance with the provisions of the second paragraph, which shall be taken into consideration in each case. to 4. to subject the main body to a case-by-case examination, where appropriate in support of the substantive contents of final decisions of the International Commission for the examination of small arms (Commission Internationale) Permanent pour l' épreuve des armes à feu portative-C.I.P.), BGBl. No 269/1971, to take care.

Cleaning before submission

§ 4. The handguns and the most highly stressed parts of handguns must be handed over to the fire-office in a clean condition.

2. Main piece

Ammunition for handguns for ammunition with smokeless powder

Scope

§ 5. The provisions of this Headpiece shall be applied in the testing of handguns for ammunition containing smokeless powder and parts of such firearms subjected to maximum stress, as well as for the affixing of the shearmarks.

Submission

§ 6. (1) The submission of handguns and the most heavily claimed parts of handguns for final bombardings (§ 5 para. 1 law of the law) as well as the submission of purchases for the advance (§ 5 para. 2 law of the law) has to be submitted by means of the the form to be filled in ("submission sheet") , at the request of the authorities, the user has the data for the form in electronic form in a data file which is compatible with the data processing programme used in the fire office for this data collection, shall be provided. The form shall contain the following information:

1.

the name and address of the submissions;

2.

the date of submission;

3.

Name of the manufacturer of the handgun or of the most highly stressed part of a handgun;

4.

Type of handgun or of the most highly stressed part of a handgun and its whose type designation;

5.

Weapons and/or the manufacturing number;

6.

the name of the calibre or the standard designation of the ammunition to be used; in the case of calibers not included in the relevant ON-rules referred to in § 58, the indication of the maximum permissible operating gas pressure;

7.

the name of the running material used;

8.

the indication as to whether the handguns submitted are new or repaired; in the case of handguns being repaired, the indication of the repair work carried out on them;

9.

in the case of insertion sequences which are installed in a carrier weapon, the data according to Z 3 to 7 of the carrier weapon additionally.

(2) Where handguns are submitted for voluntary testing (Section 18 (1)), the form must be stated on the basis of the submission.

(3) In the case of the submission of purchases for the advance, the form shall contain only the information referred to in paragraph 1 (1) (1) to (3).

(4) On submission of flute with running constriction at the mouth ("Choke") , which is exchangeable ("Change choke") , all associated interchangeable chokes as well as the key to replace the choke are to be presented.

(5) Only handguns and/or handguns may be used with a form. the highest claimed parts of the same type and calibre are submitted.

Pre-fire

§ 7. (1) The advance of the runs of Flinten and multiple rifles is a non-destructive testing of materials by means of a magnetic tester, an ultrasonic test device, an X-ray tester or a similar device or another suitable method. ,

(2) The runs referred to in paragraph 1 must be brought to the outside on the outside and the running bore has to be pre-worked.

Pre-badmark

§ 8. (1) After passing the advance pursuant to Section 7 (1), the mark provided for in Article 19 (4) (1) shall be applied in such a way that it remains clearly visible even after completion of the handgun.

(2) In the course of the examination in accordance with Section 7 (1), occurrences of defects that can be seen on the surface of the test shall be returned to the person who has received the test without any advance warning.

Scope of the decision-making

§ 9. (1) The examination shall include:

1.

the control of the marking in accordance with § 10;

2.

the control of functional safety and visual inspection in accordance with § 11;

3.

the control of the dimensions in accordance with § 12;

4.

the final decision in accordance with § 14;

5.

the control after the final decision in accordance with § 15.

(2) When carrying out the checks referred to in paragraph 1, consideration shall be given to the specific characteristics of the various types of handguns and the most heavily used parts of small arms.

Control of labelling

§ 10. (1) In the course of the control of the marking, it must be checked whether the following information is clearly visible and permanently affixed to at least one of the most highly stressed parts of the firearm:

1.

Name, company or registered trade mark, or the manufacturer ' s signature symbol or other information enabling identification of the firearm;

2.

country or place of manufacture;

3.

Weapons and/or the manufacturing number;

4.

Year of manufacture (as far as this does not form part of the weapons or the manufacturing number);

5.

Designation of the calibre (e.g. 7 x 64, .243 Win, 12/70) on each run, if the handgun has runs of different calibers, or only on one run if all runs have the same caliber;

6.

in the case of revolvers, if the possibility of exchange of the drum is given, the designation of the caliber on each drum;

7.

the type of running material used, by indication according to ÖNORM S 1205 or the material name according to ISO (short mark of the chemical composition, e.g. 42CrMo4, 34CrNiMo6, X39CrMo17-1);

8.

in the case of small-scale handguns, the name "arms à grenaille" ("Shot Weapon");

9.

in the case of handguns with smooth running/smooth runs, the indication of the bearing depth.

(2) In the case of handguns, the calibers of which are not included in the relevant ON-rules listed in paragraph 58 above, it is also necessary to verify that the calibre designation referred to in paragraph 1 (5) is not misleading or whether the calibre is confused with others. already standardized calibers give rise to.

Control of functional safety and visual inspection

§ 11. (1) The control of functional safety comprises the testing of the reliable functioning of the loading and unloading mechanism, the closure device, the lock, the fuse and the clamping and ignition device.

(2) In the case of small-scale handguns for cartridges, the special properties of these handguns shall be considered in the control of functional safety. The use of small-scale handguns for cartridges is to be understood as a priming monkey, from which only cartridges can be fired, the size of which consists of small metallic shredder with a diameter of less than 2 mm.

(3) In the case of formerly automatic handguns, which are now semi-automatic weapons or hand repeters (e.g. military weapons) due to a conversion, it is necessary to check whether a deconstruction to automatic weapons is no longer possible.

(4) The visual inspection extends to material defects, weak points (especially regarding the adequate locking surface and the load cross-section in connection with the material strength), welding points at the most highly stressed parts, as well as Build-up of the barrel and the cartridge chamber.

(5) Long-distance tube footplates (zB Mauser Mod. 98) embedded in closure housings shall be permitted if:

1.

the wall thickness of the casing shall not be less than 2.30 mm in the wind-up area (starting from the nominal diameter of the thread and the diameter of the rotation for the closure warts), and

2.

the rearmost corner of a dovetail cutting does not overlap the upper housing lock surface.

Control of dimensions

§ 12. (1) The dimensions of the dimensions of the cartridge bearing and the barrel, the closure distance and the wall thickness of the barrel and the soldering surface distances shall be controlled in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 2 to 9.

(2) The control of the dimensions of the running diameter shall be carried out:

1.

In the case of handguns with smooth running, with the aid of test tubes spaced from 0.05 mm at intervals of 0.05 mm or with the aid of equivalent measuring systems, which are connected to a mechanical reading device or to an electronic converter are;

2.

in the case of handguns with drawn runs, with the aid of test tubes, the dimensions of which are equal to the minimum size of the calibre in question.

(3) Control of the dimensions of the cartridge bearing and of the transition cone shall be carried out:

1.

In the case of handguns with smooth running, with the aid of minimum and maximum watches, or with the aid of equivalent measuring systems, which are connected to a mechanical reading device or to an electronic converter;

2.

in the case of handguns, with drawn-out rounds for central fire cartridges and in the case of firearms for edge-fire cartridges, with the aid of a form gauge and of conic teachings, the dimensions of which correspond to the minimum dimensions of the cartridge chamber, or with the aid of comparable measuring systems, which are connected to a mechanical reading device or to an electronic converter.

(4) On the cartridge chamber and on the barrel are to be checked:

1.

In the case of handguns with smooth runs for central fire cartridges:

a)

D: Diameter at the beginning of the cartridge chamber;

b)

L: Length of the cartridge chamber;

c)

H: Diameter at the beginning of the transition cone;

d)

T: depth of edge milking;

e)

1: transition angle;

f)

B: running diameter;

g)

Choke bore in handguns for lead-free shred, if the diameter of the shred in the case of the calibers 10 and 12 is greater than 4 mm, in the caliber 16 is greater than 3.5 mm and in the caliber 20 is greater than 3.25 mm.

The measured values must be within the tolerances specified in the ON-rule 191395; the choke bore must be equal to or not more than 0.5 mm less than the running diameter (B). The profile of the Choke should be as long as possible; the maximum inclination is 0 ° 30 " (central angle of 1 °).

2.

In the case of small-scale handguns and handguns intended for small-scale shredded firearms intended for the displacement of central fire cartridges:

a)

P1: diameter at the entrance of the cartridge chamber;

b)

L3: Length from the butt to the end of the cartridge;

c)

H2: diameter at the end of the cartridge holder;

d)

: shoulder cone angle;

e)

R: Depth of edge milling or E, depth of belt milking;

f)

G1: Diameter at the beginning of the transition cone;

g)

i: half angle of the transition cone;

h)

G: Length of transition cone;

i)

F: Field diameter;

j)

Z: tensile diameter.

The measured values shall correspond to those measures indicated in the respective ON rules, which are to be considered in accordance with § 58. If tolerances have been set for dimensions, they must be adhered to.

3.

In the case of handguns for edge fire cartridges are to be checked:

a)

P1: diameter at the entrance of the cartridge chamber;

b)

L3: Length from the butt to the end of the cartridge;

c)

H2: diameter at the end of the cartridge holder;

d)

L1: Length from the butt to the beginning of the shoulder cone;

e)

R: Depth of edge milking;

f)

F: Field diameter;

g)

Z: tensile diameter.

The measured values shall be equal to or greater than the values specified in the ON rule 191390.

(5) The closure distance shall be determined by the distance between the butt or the base and the bottom of a locking gauge, in the case of a locked lock, the dimensions of which correspond to the minimum cartridge, which shall be used in the case of small arms for

1.

Cartridges without edge with shoulder of the shoulder cone defined by the measuring pairs L1/P2 and L2/H1;

2.

Cartridges without edge and shoulder the end of the cartridge storage neck at L3;

3.

Cartridges with edge and in the case of edge fire cartridges the depth of the edge recess R;

4.

Belt cartridges the depth of the belt milking E;

5.

Shredding cartridges the depth of the edge milled part T.

Deviating definitions of the closure distance are to be found in the ON-Rules, which are in each case under consideration in § 58. The definition of the terms of reference shall be paragraph 4 or Please refer to the respective ON-Rules listed in § 58.

(6) A special procedure for the verification of the closure distance is necessary if the following conditions are met at the same time:

1.

it is a caliber without edge, in which the maximum cartridge from the minimum bearing is a value L stands out and

2.

This caliber is installed in a handgun with a closure structure sensitive to the circumstance mentioned in Z 1 (e.g. block closure, tipping closure), which in any specific case is taken by the decision-making office in agreement with the Applicants must be clarified.

In these cases, the closure distance shall be checked by means of the following specially designed teachings:

a)

Minimallehre ( L-Teaching): compared to a normal mini-pipe by the value L extended. After the introduction of the Minimal Doctrine ( L-Teaching) in the cartridge chamber the closure must be closed.

b)

Maximallehre ( L-Teaching): on the basis of minimum teaching ( L-Teaching), taking into account the maximum values for a closure distance specified in paragraph 7. After the introduction of the maximum tube into the cartridge chamber, the closure must not be closed.

The value L is to be found in the ON-Rules, which are in each case under consideration and in § 58.

(7) The closure distance shall not exceed the minimum distance referred to in paragraph 5, plus any of the following values, before and after the bombardings have taken place:

1.

In the case of long arms with drawn runs for central firing cartridges, as well as pistols and turrets for cartridges with shoulder and a sleeve length of more than 30 mm for a maximum operating gas pressure of

a)

PT max 3800 bar: 0.15 mm,

b)

PT max 3800 bar: 0,10 mm;

2.

In the case of pistols for the central firing cartridges other than those referred to in Z 1, for

a)

Cartridges with no edge with shoulder with one through the angle 1 180 ° at the beginning of the projectile crossing as well as the diameter H2 and the diameter G1 formed measure h (e.g. caliber 7.63 Mauser, 7,65 parabellum): 0.20 mm,

b)

Patrons with no edge with shoulder with an angle 1 = 180 ° and the dimensions L3 max the cartridge < L3 min the cartridge bearing (e.g. calibre 5,45x18), in which the closure distance is formed on the shoulder: 0,20 mm,

c)

Without edge and without shoulder: 0,30 mm,

d)

Other cartridges with edge and groove (Semirand, eg caliber 6.35 Browning, 7,65 Browning) as well as for cartridges with no edge with shoulder, with the angle 1 = 180 ° at the beginning of the projectile crossing and the dimensions L3 max the cartridge equal to L3 min the cartridge bearing (e.g. caliber 7,62x25 Tokarev, .357 SIG), at which the closure distance is formed on the sleeve mouth, at the edge R and at the sleeve mouth L3: 0.30 mm

3.

In the case of turrets for central fire cartridges, except those mentioned in Z 1: 0.25 mm;

4.

In the case of handguns with smooth runs for central fire cartridges, in the case of

a)

automatic and semi-automatic flints: 0,35 mm,

b)

Tilts and other flints: 0,20 mm;

After the shelling, the gap between the barrel and the base bead must be ≤ 0.10 mm;

5.

In the case of handguns for edge fire cartridges, in which

a)

the kinetic energy is given instead of the gas pressure: 0,20 mm,

b)

the maximum gas pressure PCr max or PT max 1900 bar is: 0,20 mm,

c)

the maximum gas pressure PCr max or PT max 1900 to 2500 bar is: 0.15 mm,

d)

the maximum gas pressure PCr max or PT max > 2500 bar is: 0,10 mm;

6.

In the case of long arms with drawn runs for central fire cartridges, the closure distance according to Z 1 may be used in those cases where the minimum dimensions of the cartridge chamber and the maximum dimensions of the cartridge, which are in each case under consideration, in § 53 of the Patron review 2013, BGBl. II No. 446, cited ON rules, result in an overhang of the sleeve from the cartridge chamber in order to increase the size of the overhang.

(8) The wall thickness of the barrel and the soldering surface spacings shall have the highest minimum number specified in ÖNORM S 1205 for the respective caliber. However, if, on the run, there is either a marking in accordance with ÖNORM S 1205 or a designation corresponding to that according to Article 10 (1) Z 7, then the minimum wall thicknesses specified for the steel grade in question in ÖNORM S 1205, and Solder surface spacings are permitted.

(9) If a handgun, the dimensions of which are not yet to be considered in each case, in the 5. The main part of the technical standards referred to above is to be submitted for official testing, and the control of the dimensional accuracy must be carried out on the basis of the complete information supplied by the manufacturer.

Return before the final shelling

§ 13. (1) Handguns and the most highly stressed parts of handguns, which have one of the following defects in the checks in accordance with the provisions of § § 10 to 12, shall be returned to the person in accordance with paragraph 2:

1.

Absence of any of the information required in Article 10 (1) or Characters;

2.

Errors caused by improper processing of the material, if this impairs the function and durability, such as:

a)

Wrought old or Congestion,

b)

Cracks in the material, fibre, material separations, improper repair welding and soldering, in which the material strength has been impaired by the effect of heat,

c)

poor adaptation or Faulty soldering of the runs, running hooks or running rails and the slitter of the closure barrier,

d)

Scratches and other irregularities that have arisen during the processing of the inner surface of the barrel or the cartridge chamber and which have led to a lack of smoothness that can be seen with the naked eye, so that the recognition of by the shelling that it is made difficult,

e)

Dellen inside the barrel or the cartridge chamber,

f)

Build-up, especially in the transition areas from the cartridge chamber to the barrel and the choke, which lead to a reduction in the strength of the walls,

g)

Bulldoings of cartridge bearings,

h)

Burnt-out bugbows and ignition pin holes as well as defective firing pins and ignition pins;

3.

With the free eye visible in the leaves, visible depressions, folds or furrows;

4.

deficient closure design, in particular where no proper functioning is ensured during the clamping and locking of the closure;

5.

No guarantee of functional safety; this is only given:

a)

with ease of closure and safe, complete locking,

b)

if the loading and unloading mechanism is good for semi-automatic handguns,

c)

in the case of proper functioning of the fuse,

d)

if the handgun can be loaded without a shot being released automatically,

e)

if the firing pin or The guide pins move easily in their guides and they do not project out of the bumper after the tensioning,

f)

if the firing pin or Ignition pin bore and the firing pin and/or the firing pin. The tip of the firing pin is free of any ridge,

g)

in the case of good functioning of the take-off device, the triggering must not be too easy, except in the case of small arms for competitive purposes,

h)

in the case of a safe operation of the drum and in accordance with the axis of the barrel with the cartridge bearing axes of the drum during revolvers,

i)

in the case of cubic purchases, if the ignition pin is correspondingly screwed or secured in other appropriate manner;

6.

dimensions which do not comply with the provisions of § 12;

a)

Handguns with smooth runs, the bore diameter (B) of which exceeds the maximum permissible value, can be allowed for final bombardings, if the caliber and the corresponding bearing length as well as the caliber of the larger bore diameter or the bore diameter is mounted in millimeters on the barrel (e.g. B. Calibre 12/76-10 or 12/76-19, 3); the bore diameter shall not, however, be less than the diameter fixed for the relevant storage;

b)

Handguns whose profile deviates from normal run-to-train profiles (polygonal course) may be permitted for final bombardings if the cross-section of the barrel is the value of the value Q specified in the respective ON-rules referred to in § 58 not more than 0.7%, provided that no increase in gas pressure, compared to a run of minimum cross-section, occurs;

7.

corrosion; however, this may be permitted in used firearms; the shelling shall then be carried out with the threefold number of shots;

8.

the name of the calibre, which is misleading or which gives rise to confusion with other standardised calibers (§ 10 para. 2);

9.

Lack of edge formation on the drum in the case of revolvers with fringe fire;

10.

inadequate conversion within the meaning of Section 11 (3).

(2) The handguns and parts of handguns to be returned shall be provided with the signs in accordance with § 19 (2) and (4) (6) (6). The request shall be notified in writing to the person who has requested the reason for the return.

(3) Firearms and the most highly stressed parts of small arms which have not been admitted to the final decision in accordance with paragraph 1 may be re-submitted to the same office for testing if the incher proves that the noted deficiencies have been remedied. The examination shall then be carried out in accordance with the provisions of § § 9 to 15, subject to the result of the earlier trial.

(4) Maximum claimed parts of handguns shall be made unusable if they are no longer to be remedied, such as:

1.

if long-distance tube footplates have a defect within the meaning of Section 11 (5);

2.

Improper repair welding at the highest-level positions;

3.

Courses which reach less than 90% of the minimum wall thickness required in accordance with Article 12 (8);

4.

Runs which, due to existing rust scars, no longer have the minimum wall thickness in accordance with Section 12 (8).

(5) However, if the applicant declares at the same time that it is only for decoration purposes or because of its art or art, it shall not be unusable for a special written application to be made in deficient parts of small firearms pursuant to paragraph 4. To keep the collection value. In all cases, the signs in accordance with § 19 (2) and (4) (6) and (6) shall be affixed in all cases and shall be notified in writing to the person who has received the reason for the return.

Final bombardess

§ 14. (1) Handguns and maximum claimed parts of small arms which are not to be returned in accordance with § 13 shall be subject to the final decision.

(2) The final fire shall be carried out on finished handguns. Firearms, which are still in the broning or require engraving (ready-to-use handguns), are considered as ready-made handguns. Highly stressed parts of handguns are to be assembled from the wealthy by supplementing missing components into a finished handgun. If a handgun is assembled by passport work from the most heavily loaded parts of handguns, the finished weapon must also be subjected to the final bombardings. The term "passport work" means any work carried out on a highly stressed part of a handgun, which could change its strength.

(3) A ready-made handgun shall be provided with the original shaft if the carrying element is of the handgun parts referred to in Article 11 (1); in the case of all other small arms, a replacement may be replaced by the original shaft. or a suitable equivalent device.

(4) In the case of multiple handguns, each barrel is to be subjected to the final bombardings of the drum during revolvers of each cartridge chamber.

(5) In the case of handguns with smooth runs, the final shelling is basically independent of the type of choke; however, the manufacturer should use a maximum choke in the operating manual for the use of steel scrap cartridges for a specific Limit the size of the choke, the shelling shall be carried out with the choke. The final bombardess is based on the following four species:

1.

Normal bombardons for handguns, in which the bearing depth is less than 73 mm and which are intended for the displacement of cartridges, the average gas pressure of which does not exceed the following values:

a)

740 bar for the caliber 14 and above;

b)

780 bar for caliber 16;

c)

830 bar for the caliber 20 and below;

2.

Reinforced bombardment (on request) for small handguns, in which the bearing depth is less than 73 mm and which are intended for the displacement of high-power cartridges, the average gas pressure of which exceeds the values given in Z 1, and until can amount to a maximum of 1050 bar;

3.

Reinforced shelling for small arms, where the bearing depth is equal to or greater than 73 mm;

4.

Steel scrap bombardment for handguns intended for the displacement of cartridges with lead-free Schred of types B and C in accordance with § 13 para. 1 of the 2013 cartridge testing system; the steel scrap shelling closes the increased shelling according to Z 2 and Z 3 with one.

(6) The final bombardment is to be carried out with bombardment cartridges, which comply with the provisions of the 2013 cartridge test fora. The bombardons shall be at a temperature of 21 ° C for at least 24 hours before the final bombardons. 1 ° C to be stored.

(7) The final bombardling shall be carried out by the firing of the

1.

Two shrimp cartridges

a)

Handguns with drawn runs,

b)

Pistols, irrespective of the gas pressure of the use of the cluster munitions,

c)

Firearms for which kinetic energy is specified in the respective ON-rules, which are to be considered in § 58, instead of the gas pressure,

d)

Firearms with smooth runs for shotguns;

2.

Two bombardment cartridges for handguns with smooth runs, excluding handguns according to Z 1 lit. d, if both cartridges meet the conditions of the measuring points 1 and 2 at the same time in accordance with the provisions of the 2013 Patron Test Exemption, otherwise with two fog cartridges, which meet the conditions of the measuring point 1 and additionally with a coating cartridge which meets the conditions of the measuring point 2;

3.

a cartridge cartridge per cartridge case for turrets and for handguns, the barrel of which is not connected to the cartridge chamber;

4.

three bombardment cartridges according to § 16 (2) of the 2013 cartridge test for handguns with smooth runs, which are intended for the displacement of cartridges with lead-free Schred of types B and C in accordance with § 13 para. 1 of the 2013 Patron Test Nung.

(8) At the request of the amusement seed, this finished coating cartridge is in unopened original packaging or suitable use cartridges or cartridges. To make sleeves and the heaviest in use available.

(9) If there is reason to believe that the seizootic cartridge was defective, the decision-making office shall, in addition to the number of cartridges prescribed in paragraph 7, carry out further shelling.

Control after final bombardess

§ 15. (1) After the final decision, the handguns and the most highly stressed parts of handguns shall be subjected to a further official control; for this the provisions of Sections 11 and 12 (3) and (4) shall apply.

(2) The result of the examination shall give the slightest doubt as to the durability of the firearm and/or the handgun. of the most heavily claimed part of a handgun, or if there are doubts as to the existence of damage or an error in accordance with § 16 para. 1, or if a defect is found on the sleeve of a shot-off cannon, then the In addition to the number of cartridges prescribed in Article 14 (7), the decision to hand over additional shots to the use of ammunition is to be used; if a malfunction is suspected, use cluster munitions should be used for this purpose.

(3) In the case of the inspection of handguns for cartridges with small-scale shredding, the functional safety shall be additionally provided by the firing of five use cartridges with small-scale firearms in the case of small-scale firearms with a single Cartridge bearings or check of two use cartridges with small-shred for each cartridge's cartridge chamber. It is to be controlled whether the handgun works properly and the run is not clogged. If it is found that the run is clogged, it must be completely cleaned for a repeat test, which can be carried out with twice the number of used cartridges with small-scale shredder. No error can be detected after this latter check.

Return after the final shelling

§ 16. (1) Handguns and the most highly stressed parts of handguns shall be returned to the wealthy in accordance with paragraph 2 without any signs if they have been manifestly damaged by the final fire or if their control is in accordance with § 15 is one of the following deficiencies:

1.

Ignition failure or eccentric, weak impact bolt or Ignition pin impact;

2.

unintentional loosening of a shot during the closing of the handgun;

3.

unintentional release of several cartridges in multiple handguns in the case of use cartridges;

4.

strong clamping of the cartridge case during the extraction caused by an abnormal deformation of the cartridge case; this clamp is checked with cartridges, which have a mean gas pressure of P max develop;

5.

Through the spark plug also when used for use cartridges;

6.

any damage or deformation at the barrel, in the bearing or in essential parts of the closure, which would jeopardizing the safety of the firearm;

7.

any stretching of the barrel, including wavy expansions at the point of weakness of the barrel;

8.

detached running hooks or running rails;

9.

Exceeding of the maximum permissible closure distance according to § 12 (7) the maximum permissible gap between the barrel and the basal sphere;

10.

obviously defective or non-safe functional mechanism (safety and percussion device, trigger mechanism, loading and unloading mechanism, locking mechanism as well as rotation mechanism of the drum), respectively. ineffective security;

11.

Non-matching of the axis of the barrel with the cartridge-bearing axes of the drum of the turret.

(2) The handguns to be returned without any signs shall be marked with the signs in accordance with Article 19 (2) and (4) (6). The request shall be notified in writing to the person who has requested the reason for the return.

(3) Firearms and the most heavily stressed parts of small arms which have been returned in accordance with paragraph 1 without a mark may be re-submitted to the same office for testing if the person proves that he or she has not received the certificate. has remedied the identified deficiencies. The examination is then to be repeated in accordance with the provisions of § § 9 to 15, following the conclusion of the previous trial.

(4) After the shelling, the most highly stressed parts of handguns shall be made unusable if they are no longer to be remedied, such as:

1.

any deformation at the barrel and the cartridge chamber that endangers the safety of the firearm;

2.

any stretching of the barrel, including wavy expansions at the point of weakness of the running;

3.

damage or deformation of essential parts of the closure;

4.

Cracks on the inside or outside surface as well as on other parts of the handgun, which are subject to maximum stress;

5.

Running sprinkles.

Section 13 (5) shall apply.

New testing obligation

§ 17. (1) An already tried and tested handgun or an already tried and tested part of a handgun shall be subjected to a new test in accordance with the provisions of § § 9 to 15, if this handgun or firearm or firearm is used. this most heavily claimed part of a handgun has undergone one of the above-mentioned operations, or one of the following changes are noted:

1.

Any lack of functional safety (§ 11 (1) and (2) and (13) (1) (5));

2.

Exchange of a highly stressed part of the handgun associated with passport work (§ 14 para. 2);

3.

Installation of a one-piece crate;

4.

any change in the dimensions referred to in § 12;

5.

any change in the strength of the material, in particular also by subsequent heat treatment at temperatures above the respective predetermined tempering temperatures;

6.

any reduction in wall thickness.

(2) On the occasion of a trial pursuant to Section 1 of one of the provisions of Section 13 (1) or (1) of the § 16 para. 1 mentioned defects, such is the case on the handgun or on the highest claimed part of a handgun, the new registration number for month and year shall be devalued by overstrike with X, and the incher shall be informed in writing that the handgun is not more can be used for shooting. Furthermore, the provisions of § 16 (3) and (4) apply.

Voluntary testing

§ 18. (1) A request for voluntary testing shall be granted if the application has the subject of:

1.

Firearms which are not subject to the statutory testing obligation and which are suitable for testing within the meaning of this Regulation;

2.

Firearms which have already been subjected to a certain test and which have not undergone any of the changes referred to in section 17 (1).

(2) The provisions of § § 6 to 16 and 19 shall apply for voluntary testing.

(3) Following voluntary testing, the following shall be taken as regards the following signs:

1.

In the case of handguns, which bear an incountry mark:

a)

If the trial pursuant to paragraph 2 has not resulted in any of the defects mentioned in § 16 (1), the handgun shall be the badge (§ 19 para. 4) and the registration number for month and year (§ 19 (2)) in the places specified in § 19 (1) and (2) , and, at the request of the person concerned, to issue a confirmation of receipt (Article 21 (2));

b)

the trial referred to in paragraph 2 has one of those in § 16 (1) and In accordance with Article 17 (2) of this Regulation, the provisions of Section 17 (2) shall be followed.

2.

In the case of handguns, which bear a recognised mark in accordance with Article 2 (2):

a)

If the trial pursuant to paragraph 2 has not resulted in any of the defects mentioned in § 16 (1), the handgun shall be the badge (§ 19 para. 4) and the registration number for month and year (§ 19 (2)) in the places specified in § 19 (1) and (2) without devaluing the foreign symbol and, at the request of the person, to issue a confirmation of receipt (Article 21 (2));

b)

the trial referred to in paragraph 2 has one of those in § 16 (1) and 4 and if it is a used firearm, it must be followed in accordance with Section 17 (2);

c)

the trial referred to in paragraph 2 has one of those in § 16 (1) and 4. In the case of a new handgun, it is clear that the decision-making office, which has affixed the badmark, must be notified immediately and in agreement with it in accordance with § 17 (2).

Affixing of the badmarks

§ 19. (1) If the trial has not revealed any defects in accordance with the provisions of Sections 9 to 15, 17 and 18, the marks defined in paragraph 4 shall be displayed clearly visibly on the following tested parts of handguns which have been tested:

1.

in revolvers: on the barrel, on the drum, and on the frame;

2.

in the case of handguns, in which the barrel is not connected to the cartridge chamber: on the barrel, on each cartridge chamber, and on the essential parts of the closure mechanism or mechanism, respectively, on the goggles in eyeglass construction;

3.

for all other hand firearms: on each barrel, on the essential parts of the closure mechanism (bascule in the case of tipping weapons, closure of the other handguns) and on the casing, if it is present.

(2) In addition, on each handgun, on each of the most highly stressed parts submitted individually for the firing, and in the case of revolvers on the frame, the mark for month and year shall be displayed clearly visible on the other hand, in addition to the badges in accordance with paragraph 4. The month and year may also be given in coded form in accordance with the following tables:

Month

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

Code

E

L

N

B

S

Z

G

P

I

C

V

A

Annual number

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

0

Code

W

C

R

F

M

H

Y

T

D

O

The fitting of the emblem has to be carried out by means of a striker or by means of laser engraving with a corresponding depth of stoving, which ensures a clear legibility and durability.

(3) Should, by means of special manufacturing processes, ready-made, ready-to-use handguns or highly stressed parts of handguns have surface hardness over HRC 50 (Rockwell process) and may be used by other methods of operation (subsequent) inserts of the shunts are not made possible, these are already to be provided with the badmark before the final bombardings. In the case of this procedure, appropriate records shall ensure that such firearms or firearms, respectively the most highly stressed parts of handguns cannot be placed on the market without any retroactive tests. If the shelling of pre-empted handguns and the most highly stressed parts of handguns should be defective, the shelling signs must be ground on the damaged parts and these parts shall be made unusable.

(4) Signs; these characters may only be used on all sides of the same linear magnification or reduction:

1.

Sign for the advance of the runs of Flinten and multiple rifles:

Beschussamt Wien Beschussamt Ferlach

2.

Signs on handguns, which have been able to withstand the testing with smokeless powder:

3.

Signs on handguns with smooth runs and a cartridge storage 73 mm as well as on handguns with smooth runs and a cartridge bearing < 73 mm, which have been able to withstand a voluntary test with increased charge:

4.

Signs on all purchases of handguns, which have been able to withstand a trial of patronage with lead-free shredding in accordance with section 14 (7) Z 4, in addition to the character according to Z 3:

5.

Signs for the fog:

Beschussamt Wien Beschussamt Ferlach

6.

Signs on return of handguns:

Beschussamt Wien Beschussamt Ferlach

V F

Control Probiation

§ 20. (1) Firearms and maximum claimed parts of handguns, which shall be an Austrian mark or a recognised foreign badge (§ 2 para. 2) and where there are reasonable grounds for suspecting that they constitute an imminent danger to the user or to third parties, shall be subject to a trial of the person concerned, in accordance with the Subject to § § 9 to 15.

(2) According to the trial pursuant to paragraph 1, the following shall be taken in respect of the badge in accordance with Section 18 (3).

Official entries, confirmation of receipt, list of certificates

§ 21. (1) After the completion of the casting process, the decision-making office has to make the following entries in the form (§ 6):

1.

the serial number of the form;

2.

the date of the trial and signature of the officer responsible;

3.

Indication of the gas pressure of the bombings used in the case of increased shelling;

4.

Nature of the defect in the case of the return.

(2) At his request, an extract from the form of the handguns or handguns tested for him without any complaint shall be submitted to the person submitting the request. to hand over parts of handguns most claimed ("confirmation of the fire") , which shall contain at least the following information:

1.

the date of the date of the decision;

2.

the type of hand firearm audited;

3.

the name of the producer;

4.

Serial number or the manufacturing number or repair number;

5.

Standard designation of the caliber;

6.

the gas pressure of the bombings used in the case of increased shelling;

7.

maximum permissible gas pressure.

(3) The decision-making offices shall record the results of all the handguns and the most heavily claimed parts of handguns submitted for testing on the submission sheets and shall compile them into a list of fire-fire weapons.

3. Main piece

Decision on the use of black powder

Scope

§ 22. (1) The provisions of this Headpiece shall be reserved exclusively for the testing of handguns loaded with non-cartridges and black powder not in standard cartridges, as well as for the application of the To apply a mark.

(2) These provisions shall also apply to the most highly claimed parts of handguns referred to in paragraph 3, which can be installed in such a weapon without any passport work (§ 14 para. 2). In this case, the completed handgun need not be subjected to a new test if the highest-loaded parts of the handgun have been bombed to the maximum pressure for this handgun type. Firearms, in which one or more of their most highly stressed parts require a passport work, shall be subjected to an inspection after the assembly.

(3) The most highly stressed parts of handguns loaded with black powder not present in cartridges are understood to be those parts which must withstand the gas pressure. Depending on the handgun type, this is the running or all runs, including the tail screw and the revolving drum.

Submission

§ 23. § 6. For the submission of handguns and the most highly stressed parts of handguns for the purposes of testing, § 6; in the case of forerunder weapons and bullhead cannons, the wealthier also has the maximum permissible powder charge in grams and the maximum permissible powder charge. Weight of the heaviest version of the projectile to be used in the form of the decision-making office ("submission sheet") .

Pre-bombardess, pre-mark

§ 24. § § 7 and 8 shall apply for the execution of the advance and the affixing of the pre-certification marks.

Scope of the decision-making

§ 25. (1) The examination shall include:

1.

the control of the marking in accordance with § 26;

2.

the control of functional safety and visual inspection in accordance with § 27;

3.

the final decision in accordance with § 29;

4.

the control after the final decision in accordance with § 30.

(2) When carrying out the checks referred to in paragraph 1, consideration shall be given to the specific characteristics of the various types of handguns and the most heavily used parts of small arms.

Control of labelling

§ 26. In the course of the control of the marking, a check shall be made as to whether the following information is clearly visible and permanently affixed to at least one of the most highly stressed parts of the handgun:

1.

Name, company or registered trade mark, or the manufacturer &apos; s signature symbol or other information enabling identification of the firearm;

2.

country or place of manufacture;

3.

Weapons number or the manufacturing number;

4.

Year of manufacture (as far as this does not form part of the weapons or the manufacturing number);

5.

Name of the caliber (e.g. B. 8 mm, .32) on each run, if the handgun has runs of different caliber, or only on one run, if all runs have the same caliber;

6.

in the case of revolvers, if the possibility of exchange of the drum is given, the designation of the caliber on each drum;

7.

Inscription 'Only for black powder' or 'Blackpowder only' or 'Poudre noire seulement';

8.

in the case of forearm weapons for the sharp shot, the maximum permissible powder charge and the weight of the heaviest projectile material to be used in g;

9.

in the case of front-loader-oil cannons and in the case of sheet-metal cannons for non-standardised, rechargeable cartridges, the maximum permissible powder charge and the maximum permissible weight of the charge-insulation in each case in g.

Control of functional safety and visual inspection

§ 27. (1) The control of functional safety shall include:

1.

In all the handguns, the reliable function of the lock, the catch, in particular the safety catches and the ignition channel. The bore of the ignition channel, which is directed to the powder chamber, must ensure a safe ignition of the powder charge, but must not be so large that too much gas pressure escapes when the utility charge is used;

2.

in the case of revolvers, the free turning and the locking of the drum must be given during the shot and the engagement of the hammer into the first and second catch.

(2) The visual inspection shall cover material defects, weak points, weld spots at the highest stressed parts and build-up of the running.

Return before the final shelling

§ 28. (1) Handguns and the most highly stressed parts of handguns, which have one of the following defects in the checks in accordance with the provisions of § § 26 and 27, shall be returned to the person in accordance with paragraph 2:

1.

Absence of any of the information required in section 26, or Characters;

2.

Errors caused by improper processing of the material, if this impairs the function and durability, such as:

a)

Cracks in the material, fibre and material separations,

b)

poor adaptation or flawless soldering of the various parts,

c)

Improper repair welding;

3.

With the free eye visible in the Laufinner, visible depressions, folds or furrows;

4.

deficient closure design;

5.

no guarantee of functional safety; this is only given

a)

in the case of flawless operation of the safety catch,

b)

in the correct position and the correct bore of the ignition channel,

c)

in safe operation of the drum during turrets.

(2) The handguns and parts of handguns to be returned shall be provided with the signs in accordance with § 19 (2) and (4) (6) (6). The request shall be notified in writing to the person who has requested the reason for the return.

(3) Firearms and the most highly stressed parts of small arms which have not been approved in accordance with paragraph 1 of this Article may be re-submitted to the same office for testing if the person proves that he/she is has remedied the identified deficiencies. The examination shall then be carried out in accordance with the provisions of § § 25 to 30 on the basis of the result of the earlier trial.

(4) Maximum claimed parts of handguns shall be made unusable if they are no longer to be remedied, such as:

1.

Dovetail milling, which is located in the area of the tail screw or the powder chamber, provided that there is no wall thickness to a sufficient extent;

2.

Improper repair welding at maximum stress levels.

(5) However, in the case of a special written application, mangelic handguns according to paragraph 4 shall not be made useless if the applicant declares at the same time that it is to be kept for decoration purposes only or for its art or collection value. In all cases, the signs in accordance with § 19 (2) and (4) (6) shall be affixed in all cases and shall be notified in writing to the person who has received the reason for the return.

Final bombardess

§ 29. (1) Hand-held firearms and highly stressed parts of small arms which are not to be returned in accordance with Section 28 shall be subject to the final decision. The provisions of Section 14 (2) to (4) shall apply.

(2) The final bombardess shall be carried out with a charge consisting of powder and a projectile. The running

1.

two shots at

a)

Handguns with drawn runs,

b)

Handguns with smooth runs;

2.

at least one shot per cartridge case in the case of turrets and handguns, the barrel of which is not connected to the cartridge chamber;

after they were defatted, to fire.

(3) The powder mass to be used in the case of shelling and the mass of the projectile required in the form of lead-acid or long-term or long-term or long-term or long-term, respectively, The ball is the Appendix 1 See. As a black powder,

-

for pistols and revolvers: "Swiss 1",

-

for handguns with a long run: "Swiss 2",

or a powder with a similar characteristic. At the request of the submission, the final decision may be made for a maximum or lower maximum use charge than this in the Appendix 1 , in this case, the powder mass to be used shall be adjusted in proportion.

(4) In the loading of handguns with smooth running, the powder in the Appendix 1 to apply a felt grafting of at least 20 mm height without pressing. As a projectile master, it is possible to use lead scrap having a diameter of 2.5 mm to 3 mm, which is filled into the barrel and covered with a felt plug of at least 10 mm height. In the case of handguns with drawn runs, a projectile with a corresponding weight without a plug shall be used as a projectile template instead of the lead scrap; the use of a suitable plaster (patch) shall be dependent on the type of projectile used; When using a hollow floor (Miniégeschoß), there is no need for a shallow flatbed.

(5) For pistols with one or more purchases in which castings cannot be introduced in accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 3 and 4 as a result of their geometric dimensions, the charge shall be the length of the barrel and/or the length of the barrel, respectively. to fix the runs as a function of the maximum utility charge provided for this handgun type. The powder quantity shall be twice the maximum utility charge for the shelling.

(6) For turret and handguns of special construction, the powder chamber (s) of which (or The volume of the powder chamber is to be filled with the maximum possible amount of shedding powder, the maximum possible volume of the powder chamber being filled. Add the ball and press it up until the match.

(7) If there is a reason to believe that the fired test shot was defective, the committee shall make an additional shot beyond the number of shots prescribed in paragraph 2 above.

Control after final bombardess

§ 30. (1) After the final decision, the handguns and the most highly stressed parts of handguns shall be subjected to renewed control. The provisions of § 28 shall apply for this purpose.

(2) In the event that the result of the examination of the decision leaves the slightest doubt as to the durability of the weapon or of a highly stressed part, or if there are doubts as to the existence of damage, the person responsible for the inspection shall have the following information in section 29 (2) The number of shots required to hand over other shots with a charge.

Return after the final shelling

§ 31. (1) Handguns and the most highly stressed parts of handguns shall be returned to the wealthy in accordance with paragraph 2 without any signs if they have been manifestly damaged by the final fire, or if their control is in accordance with § 30 one of the following defects is obtained:

1.

detached running hooks or rails;

2.

Failure of the ignition channel or other parts of the ignition mechanism.

(2) The handguns and the most heavily claimed parts of handguns to be returned in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be provided with the signs in accordance with § 19 (2) and (4) (6). The request shall be notified in writing to the person who has requested the reason for the return.

(3) Firearms and the most heavily stressed parts of small arms which have been returned in accordance with paragraph 1 without a mark may be re-submitted to the same office for testing if the person proves that he or she has not received the certificate. has remedied the identified deficiencies. The examination shall then be repeated in accordance with the provisions of § § 25 to 30 on the basis of the result of the earlier trial.

(4) However, after shelling, the most highly stressed parts of handguns shall be made unusable if they are no longer to be remedied, such as:

1.

any deformation that endangers the safety of the weapon at the barrel;

2.

any stretching of the barrel, including wavy expansions at the point of weakness of the running;

3.

Damage to the tail screw;

4.

Cracks on the inner or outer surface of the barrel;

5.

Running sprinkles.

Section 28 (5) shall apply.

New testing obligation

§ 32. (1) An already tried and tested handgun or an already tried and tested part of a handgun shall be subjected to a new test in accordance with the provisions of § § 25 to 30, if this handgun or firearm or firearm is used. this most heavily claimed part of a handgun has undergone one of the above-mentioned operations, or one of the following changes are noted:

1.

Any lack of functional safety (§ 27 (1) and § 28 (1) (5));

2.

Exchange of a highly stressed part of the handgun associated with passport work (§ 14 para. 2);

3.

any change in dimensions, which reduces the wall thickness of the barrel;

4.

any change in the strength of the material, in particular also by subsequent heat treatment at temperatures above the respectively predetermined tempering temperatures.

(2) On the occasion of a trial pursuant to Section 1 of one of the provisions of Section 28 (1) or (1) of the § 31 (1) mentioned defects, such is the case on the handgun or on the highest claimed part of a handgun, the new registration number for month and year shall be devalued by overstrike with X, and the incher shall be informed in writing that the handgun is not more can be used for shooting. In addition, the provisions of § 31 (3) and (4) apply.

Voluntary testing

§ 33. § 18 shall apply for the voluntary testing of handguns and the most heavily used parts of small arms.

Affixing of the badmarks

§ 34. (1) If the trial has not revealed any defects in accordance with the provisions of § § 25 to 33, the characters as well as the character according to § 19 (4) (5) shall be valid.

clearly visible on the following tested parts which have been tested:

1.

in the case of revolvers: on the barrel, the drum and the frame;

2.

for all other hand firearms: on each barrel and on the tail screw.

The characters may only be used on all sides of the same linear magnification or reduction.

(2) In addition, on each handgun, on each of the most highly stressed parts submitted individually for the firing, and in the case of revolvers on the frame, the sign according to § 19 Abs.2 shall be displayed once clearly visible on the frame in addition to the badges in accordance with paragraph 1.

Control Probiation

§ 35. (1) handguns and maximum claimed parts of handguns, which have a domestic shelling sign, or a recognised foreign badge (§ 2 para. 2) and where there are reasonable grounds for suspecting that they constitute an imminent danger to the user and to third parties, shall be provided by the person responsible for testing in accordance with the Subject to § § 25 to 30.

(2) According to the trial pursuant to paragraph 1, the following shall be taken in respect of the badge in accordance with Section 18 (3).

Official entries, confirmation of receipt, list of certificates

§ 36. (1) § 21 (1) and (3) shall apply to the official entries and to the list of certificates.

(2) Without prejudice to § 21 (2), an extract from the form of the board ("Einreichblatt") shall be submitted to the submission of a front loader oil cannon, a slope channel for non-standardised, rechargeable cartridges and a bulldoff. to hand out the hand-held firearm, which has been tried for him without any complaint ("confirmation of the fire") , which shall contain the following information:

1.

the date of the date of the decision;

2.

the type of hand firearm audited;

3.

the name of the producer;

4.

Weapons number or the manufacturing number;

5.

maximum mass of insulation of the utility charge;

6.

maximum mass of the black powder of the utility charge;

7.

maximum charge of the substitute of the utility charge.

4. Main piece

Decision on certain types of firearms

Section 1

General

Scope

§ 37. The provisions of this item shall be applied exclusively in the case of testing (type and individual testing) of the following handguns and the most heavily loaded parts of handguns, as well as the affixing of the badge marks:

1.

Firearms,

a)

having a diameter of not more than 5 mm in diameter and a maximum length of 15 mm,

b)

the cartridge chamber of which has a diameter and a maximum length of 6 mm and in which only ammunition can be used, the ignition mixture of which simultaneously constitutes the propellant charge and in which the discharge energy of the projectile 7,5 Joule is not exceeds,

c)

which are intended for the one-off firing of ammunition;

2.

Schusapparatuses according to § 1 (2) (2) (2);

3.

Weapons of alarm, horror and irritant weapons (§ 1 para. 2 Z 3);

4.

Insertion runs, which do not have their own closure system and which are intended for ammunition, the gas pressure PT max Not more than 1700 bar.

Type of testing

§ 38. (1) The handguns referred to in § 37 (1), (2) and (4) and the most highly stressed parts of handguns, as well as those alarm, shockshot and irritant weapons, of which only cartridges with a diameter of P1 < 6 mm and with a length of L6 < 7 mm , if they are manufactured as standard, they must be subjected to a type test by testing an instance or several copies if the application for an individual test is not requested in accordance with § § 53 et seq.

(2) The non-standard handguns and parts of handguns, as referred to in paragraph 1, as well as those alarm, shockshot and irritant weapons from which cartridges with a diameter of P1 ≥ 6 mm and with a diameter of P1 ≥ 6 mm Length L6 ≥ 7 mm can be subjected to the individual test according to § § 53 et seq.

(3) In accordance with the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 2, firearms and parts of handguns shall be considered as standard equipment if the manufacturer has made arrangements for the production of significant quantities, in particular by: have drawn up plans and work programmes, and have provided the necessary lessons and equipment for this production.

(4) There is no obligation on the basis of a harmonised standard of the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN standard) for the use of equipment in accordance with § 37 Z 2, which is the subject of a Regulation or a Directive of the European Union and for which a harmonised standard of the European Committee for Standardisation (CEN standard) exists. Template for testing; however, such a trial is possible when submitting for voluntary testing.

Submission

§ 39. (1) The submission of the handguns referred to in § 37 and the most highly stressed parts of handguns shall be submitted by means of a form of the incarceration ("submission sheet") to be filled out by the submission of the submission. shall be made. § 6 (1) (1) (1) to (7) and (4) shall apply.

(2) The following documents shall be attached to the form unless an individual examination is requested in accordance with § § 53 et seq. of the following documents:

1.

a sectional drawing, manufactured in accordance with the rules of technology, with all the information necessary for the control of the dimensions and the materials used;

2.

Strength calculations for running and closing equipment;

3.

test certificates relating to the quality of the material used;

4.

in the case of a shouting apparatus, an instruction manual in German.

(3) For type-examination, two copies of the same type and of the same caliber shall be made available by the one-man.

Section 2

Type Check

Scope of type examination

§ 40. (1) The type test shall include:

1.

the control of the marking in accordance with § 41;

2.

the control of functional safety and visual inspection in accordance with § 42;

3.

the control of the dimensions in accordance with § 43;

4.

the shelling according to § 45;

5.

the control after the shelling according to § 46.

(2) Before the start of the checks, a check shall be made as to whether a type test has already been carried out for the handgun submitted.

(3) When carrying out the checks referred to in paragraph 1, consideration shall be given to the specific characteristics of the various types of handguns and the most heavily used parts of small arms.

Control of labelling

§ 41. (1) In the course of the control of the marking, it must be checked whether the following information is clearly visible and permanently on one of the most highly stressed parts of the handgun, or On the entry level are appropriate:

1.

Name, company or registered trade mark, or -known short-mark manufacturer or importer;

2.

Model or Type designation;

3.

Serial number or the manufacturing number;

4.

Name of the caliber;

5.

in the case of shy apparatus, the type of running material used, by means of an indication in accordance with ÖNORM S 1205 or the trade name;

6.

for boltating devices: designation of the class according to ÖNORM S 1230.

(2) In the case of a shot apparatus, the information referred to in paragraph 1 may also be recorded on a nameplate permanently affixed to the apparatus of the invention.

(3) It is also necessary to verify whether:

1.

the handgun or the maximum part of a handgun corresponds to the accompanying drawings, calculations and other documents;

2.

the type designation is not misleading or for confusion with the type designation of other handguns or other types of firearms, the most highly stressed parts of handguns are giving rise to.

Control of functional safety and visual inspection

§ 42. (1) The control of functional safety shall include the verification of the reliable functioning of the loading and unloading mechanism, the closure device, the lock, the fuse and the firing and firing equipment and, in the case of scrubbing apparatus, also the examination of whether cartridges (§ 2 Z 1 of the 2013 cartridge examination) can be loaded with the same calibre.

(2) In the case of slaughter equipment, the control of the functional safety is carried out by either a charge without powder or the weakest charge intended for the apparatus being fired. It is necessary to verify that:

1.

can only be shot if the apparatus is completely closed or if the locking mechanism is provided at the level of the cartridge case;

2.

the apparatus shot for shelling at recharge before each operation;

3.

the apparatus can hold random shots into the open space without danger to the user, the element having to remain connected to the apparatus;

4.

The extension of the sleeves or a loading strip, which still contains cartridges, may be possible with the aid of a special tool.

(3) The control of functional safety shall be carried out in the case of weapons of alarm, chilling or irritating material, by:

1.

Ten use cases from each run in individual loaders;

2.

three use cases from each bearing of the drum in the case of handguns with drum and the type of turret;

will be shot. It is to be noted whether a permanent device is present in the handgun, which prevents the displacement of cartridges with solid floors. It is also possible to determine whether the handgun is functioning properly and the barrel is not clogged. If it is found that the run is clogged, then a repeat test with twice the number of use cases is to be carried out. After this check, no error can be detected.

(4) The visual inspection extends to material defects, weak points, weld spots at the most highly stressed parts, as well as running build-up. In addition, it must be checked that the quality of the materials used for the most highly stressed parts has been chosen in accordance with the expected stress.

Control of dimensions

§ 43. (1) To be checked:

1.

the field and train diameter of the barrel as well as the diameter and lengths of the cartridge or cartridge bearing, the depth of the edge milling and the closure distance to the conformity with the in each case into consideration, in § 58 on the basis of the ON-rules specified;

2.

the wall thickness of the barrel, taking into account the marking of the running material, in accordance with the specifications in accordance with ÖNORM S 1205;

3.

in the case of those scare apparatuses for which the ON-rule in 191396 does not have any stipulations regarding the dimensions of the cartridge-bearing, the dimensions of the cartridge-bearing and of the barrel in accordance with the plans of the suburb. The dimensions of the cartridge must be designed to match the dimensions of the cartridges for use in the instructions for use (Article 39 (2) (4) of the Directive);

4.

in the case of alarm, shockshot and irritant weapons:

a)

P1: diameter at the entrance of the cartridge chamber;

b)

H2: diameter at the end of the cartridge holder;

c)

L3: Length from the butt to the end of the cartridge;

d)

R: Depth of edge milking.

All measured values are equal to or greater than the values specified in ON rule 1397.

(2) If a handgun, the dimensions of which are not yet in the 5. The main part of the technical standards referred to above shall be the verification of the dimensional accuracy on the basis of the complete information supplied by the manufacturer.

Return before the shelling

§ 44. (1) Firearms and the most highly stressed parts of handguns, which do not have any of the following defects in the checks in accordance with § § 41 to 43, shall be subject to the fire:

1.

visible defects on the surface of one of the most highly stressed parts;

2.

bad hole;

3.

insufficient construction of the closure;

4.

Visible build-up and visible elongation in the cartridge or cartridge storage;

5.

Absence of any of the information required in section 41, or Characters;

6.

Failure to comply with the dimensions to be checked in accordance with § 43;

7.

Malfunction of the functional mechanism (loading and unloading mechanism, closure, fuse, ignition, too light-off, etc.) during handling and shocks;

8.

in the case of scrubbing apparatus, the possibility of loading with cartridges (§ 2 Z 1 of the cartridge test for 2013) of the same calibre;

9.

in the case of alarm, shockshot and irritant weapons, the absence of a permanent device that prevents the firing of cartridges with solid projectiles.

(2) Handguns and the most highly stressed parts of small arms which have one of the deficiencies referred to in paragraph 1 shall be returned to the person who has received them. The authorisation shall be refused.

Type-checking shelling

§ 45. (1) Handguns and maximum claimed parts of handguns not to be returned in accordance with Section 44 shall be subject to the fire.

(2) The shelling shall be carried out on finished handguns. Handguns, which still require burnishing (ready-to-use handguns), are considered as ready-made handguns. Highly stressed parts of handguns are to be assembled from the wealthy by supplementing missing components into a finished handgun. However, in the case of insertion runs, a suitable equivalent device can be used for the location of a handgun.

(3) The bombardment is to be carried out with bombardment ammunition, which corresponds to the conditions of the 2013 cartridge test for the application of the cartridge. The bombings shall be at a temperature of 21 ° C for at least 24 hours prior to shelling. 1 ° C to be stored.

(4) The fire shall be carried out at a room temperature of 15 ° C to 25 ° C as follows:

1.

In the case of handguns according to § 37 Z 1 lit. a and b and in the case of insertion runs, two shots shall be fired with bombardons; shall stand for handguns according to § 37 Z 1 lit. (a) and (b) shall not be available for any bombardons, then the shelling shall be effected by five shots with the use of the most powerful cluster munitions for the type in question;

2.

in the case of handguns according to § 37 Z 1 lit. c are to be fired five pieces of the same type;

3.

in the case of a discharge apparatus, ten bombardings shall be fired at a material suitable for the intended use;

4.

in the case of alarm, shockshot and irritant weapons, fire:

a)

ten used cartridges from each run in individual loaders;

b)

Three use cartridges from each of the bearings of the drum in handguns with drum and the turret type.

(5) If it is not possible for the shelling apparatus to be shelled according to paragraph 4 Z 3, then a method equivalent according to the state of the art is to be applied by reducing the minimum additional volume (Va) to a reduced test volume (VE). This shall result in an overpressure compared with the pressure of the use of the use of the cluster munitions provided for by the manufacturer for such equipment, when using the heaviest fixing element provided for in this information as well as with the strongest adjustment of the scouting apparatus.

(6) In the case of bolt-setting devices with pistons and loading strips, the method equivalent according to the state of the art (paragraph 1) consists of the following: 4) in the reduction of the minimum additional volume (Va) to a reduced test volume (VE) in order to obtain an overpressure of 30%, which is defined by the envelope of the caliber according to the following diagram:

For this purpose, ten use cases are to be selected among the most powerful in series production, the mean pressure of which at the additional volume is Va = 0,16 cm 3 at least 85% of the maximum allowable pressure fixed for the calibre in question in the ON-rule 191396. It is a metallic loading strip or a metal strip. Use a metal magazine and the heaviest piston with a maximum of the smallest clearance compared to the barrel, which is provided for the system according to the manufacturing drawing, and which has a reduced test volume (VE), in order to provide the required 30% Overpressure when setting the highest performance of the device.

(7) In addition, in the case of Bolzensetters in accordance with paragraph 6, an examination of the system/cartridge/loading strip of the serial production defined by the applicant must be carried out on request (system test). For this test, the system consists of the device with the heaviest piston with the smallest additional volume (Va) and with the smallest play between the piston and the barrel of the series production with a reduced test volume (VS), in order to increase the overpressure of the piston and the piston. 15%, as defined by the envelope of the calibre as defined in paragraph 6 by way of example, and of cartridges in standard loading tyres by the calibre, the manufacturer or applicant, the Lot number, the trade name and the colour are determined. There are four standard loading strips, each with three cartridges of the same colour and the same make, one after the other, to be fired at the setting of the strongest performance of the device. In addition, another combination of cartridge/loading tyres may be requested for approval and testing in the same device, which has already passed the 30% overpressure test in accordance with paragraph 6.

(8) In the case of slaughterhouse apparatus, the fire shall be carried out as follows:

1.

Each shot shall be carried out against a rubber sheet or of a comparable material with a thickness of at least 100 mm and a hardness of 60 Shore A 5 Shore A.

2.

After the firing of the bombs, any damping elements can be exchanged; the apparatus can then be fired five times in a row with the most powerful use of ammunition into the free space.

(9) If it is to be assumed that the bombings were defective or if there are doubts as to whether the bombings of the handgun or the most highly stressed part of a handgun are defective, the prescribed number of shot numbers shall be further shots in the required number of bombings, but if a lack of function is suspected of using use munitions.

Control after the shelling

§ 46. (1) After the shelling, the handguns are the maximum number of parts of handguns subjected to renewed control. The provisions of § § 42 and 43 shall apply mutatily for this purpose.

(2) In the case of scrubbing apparatus, tests must also be carried out with regard to handling safety and safety against unintentional triggering according to the respective state of the art.

(3) In the case of bolting equipment, the tests referred to in paragraph 2 shall be carried out in accordance with ÖNORM S 1230.

(4) In the case of slaughterhouse apparatus, the tests referred to in paragraph 2 shall be carried out as follows:

1.

For the tests, a cartridge of the intended calibre with the weakest use charge shall be used;

2.

The apparatus shall be dropped three times from a height of 1.50 m to a square steel plate with a length of 500 mm and a thickness of 30 mm; the mouth shall be directed downwards in such a way that the impact occurs at the mouth and no major deviation is required. as 15 ° from the vertical;

3.

After each case, it must be checked that no impression of the firing pin on the bottom cap of the sleeve is visible with the naked eye, and that the shot has not been released during the impact. The release of a shot in the case of the apparatus in the horizontal position is not taken into account.

Reposition after the shelling

§ 47. (1) Firearms and the most highly stressed parts of handguns shall be returned to the person to be submitted if they are manifestly damaged by the fire, or if their control in accordance with Section 46 results in one of the following deficiencies; the authorisation is to be refused with a communication:

1.

Ignition failure or weak ignition pin impact;

2.

Loosen the shot when closing the weapon or if it is not properly closed;

3.

Clamp the cartridge case when the cartridge is pulled out;

4.

Sleepers;

5.

Elongation in the cartridge or cartridge chamber;

6.

Deformation in the cylindrical part of the barrel;

7.

Exceeding of the maximum permissible closure distance of 0,20 mm for handguns for edge fire cartridges or of 0.15 mm in the case of handguns for central fire cartridges;

8.

damage or deformation of essential parts of the closure;

9.

visible defects on the surface of one of the most highly stressed parts of the handgun;

10.

Malfunction of the functional mechanism (loading and unloading mechanism, closure, fuse, ignition, etc.) or ineffective fuse;

11.

Failure to pass any of the tests carried out pursuant to section 46 (2) to (4).

(2) The assessment of the deficiencies referred to in paragraph 1 shall be assessed in the light of the specific features of the various types of handguns and the most heavily stressed parts of small arms.

(3) In the case of handguns according to § 37 Z 1 lit. c are deformations and cracks caused by the firing on the surface, if they occur exclusively at those points at which they are intended for the function of the handgun, and if there is no danger to the user is to do so.

(4) In the case of bolt-setting devices with pistons and loading strips, the system unit/cartridge/loading tyre will not be approved if, after the system test (§ 45 (7)), it is determined that:

1.

the edge or the bottom of the sleeve has cracks, is pierced or fractured;

2.

the loading strip is broken into two parts or has longitudinal cracks, whereby the three spilled cartridges are influenced.

(5) In the case of slaughter equipment, it shall also be considered, after the bombardings, that:

1.

the carcase element remains firmly connected to the apparatus;

2.

in the case of the presence of sleeves, which do not have any cracks, with the exception of small longitudinal cracks at the mouth of the tube;

3.

it is not possible to establish any gas escaping from the closure mechanism; this also applies to the slaughter apparatus with a propellant charge without a sleeve.

The Z 2 and 3 do not meet any slaughterhouse apparatus in which the sleeve is ejected into the combustion chamber or destroyed there.

(6) If the type test (§ § 40 to 46) is not passed, then the person who has received the defect can apply for a new type check on another copy of the same type after rectification of the defects.

Approval of the Type

§ 48. (1) If the type test (§ § 40 to 46) is used for a specific type of hand-held firearms or of the most highly stressed parts of handguns, the person who has received the certificate must be given the right to obtain the certificate for this type (approval mark pursuant to paragraph 4) in connection with the registration number (paragraph 4). 3 Z 4). This right shall, in particular, be linked to the conditions laid down,

1.

all further copies of this type shall be given in accordance with the verified specimen ( 2) and to mark them in accordance with § 41 (1) and with the approval mark in accordance with paragraph 4;

2.

the equipment required for the control tests (§ 50); Insert the insertion runs at the request and after selection by the decision-making office;

3.

In the case of bolt-setting devices with pistons and loading strips, which have passed the system test (section 45 (7)), in the operating instructions of the bolt-setting device it is clear that only the components mentioned are safely used in this connection. .

(2) In the case of the specimen being examined and therefore belonging to the same type, further specimens shall apply if their functioning, the essential dimensions (§ 43), the materials used and the appearance are the same; Any changes to the appearance shall be permitted if this does not affect the security.

(3) The following information shall be included in the decision of the person responsible for the following:

1.

the information provided for in Article 6 (1) (1) to (7) of the form;

2.

the essential technical characteristics of the tested design, in particular materials, the wall thickness of the barrel and the diameter and length of the cartridge or cartridge case;

3.

the aeration gas pressure and maximum permissible gas pressure or the maximum permissible projectile energy;

4.

the authorisation number shall be the consecutive number of authorisations;

5.

the list of components tested in the course of the system test (§ 45 (7)) on bolting sets with pistons and load tyres.

(4) The mark for type-examination (approval mark) shall consist of the type approval mark shown below in connection with the mark as appropriate in accordance with § 19 (4) (5). The characters may only be used on all sides of the same linear magnification or reduction.

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(5) The inspected specimen shall be kept in the Office for the duration of the validity of the authorisation.

(6) All specimens of approved types of handguns or the manufacturer, importer or importer shall be accompanied by the approval mark for type-examination (approval mark in accordance with paragraph 4) together with the markings in accordance with § 41 (1) and the approval number according to Paragraph 3, Z 4, before being placed on the market.

New testing obligation

§ 49. A handgun, already tested or approved as a type, or an already tried and tested part of a handgun, approved or approved as a type, shall be subjected to an individual test in accordance with § 53 if this handgun or firearm, respectively, is to be tested in accordance with § 53. this most claimed part has undergone one of the above-mentioned operations, or one of the following changes are noted:

1.

Any lack of functional safety (§ 42 (1) to (3) and § 44 (1) (7) (7));

2.

measures which may cause a reduction in safety;

3.

Changes to the cartridge chamber or to the barrel bore;

4.

any change in the strength of the material, in particular also by subsequent heat treatment at temperatures above the respective predetermined tempering temperatures;

5.

Replacement of a highly stressed part, provided that a post-work is necessary for this purpose.

Control checks

§ 50. (1) Standard-produced and Type-approved (§ 48) Schusapparatuses and insertion runs shall be subject to a control examination at least every two years. In this case, the board must submit 5 copies of each approved type of an individual test (§ 53).

(2) Where there are reasonable grounds for suspecting that handguns placed on the market and the highest claimed parts of handguns for which there is an authorisation in accordance with § 48, in whole or in part, do not comply with the provisions of this Regulation, the to carry out an individual examination in accordance with § 53 on a copy of this type of handguns or parts of handguns, subject to the maximum claim. If a copy is not sufficient for the verification of the suspitiy, further copies of the individual test shall be submitted.

(3) The specimens required for the individual tests in the course of the inspection test shall be selected from the day-to-day production or from the manufacturer's warehouse. Specimens selected from the stock must be taken from the production of the last two years in which specimens of the relevant type have been produced.

(4) The inspection carried out in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be accompanied by a confirmation of the verification of the inspection.

(5) Where the inspection has shown that the specimens produced differ in their essential characteristics (section 48 (2)) from the tested model, or in whole or in part do not comply with the provisions of this Regulation, or if the substantiated suspicion has been confirmed in accordance with paragraph 2, the holder of the authorisation shall, if the deficiencies are recoverable, set a reasonable period of time to remedy the deficiencies.

(6) If the inspection has resulted in unrecoverable defects, or if recoverable defects have been identified within the time limit set (par. 5) is not remedied or a control test cannot be carried out, because the required copies (para. 1), the decision-making office has to withdraw the authorisation (§ 48) and have to dispose of the handguns and/or the handguns. the maximum claimed parts of handguns of the affected type must no longer be placed on the market.

(7) There is a reasonable suspicion that mass-produced handguns placed on the market, or maximum claimed parts of handguns bearing a recognised mark in accordance with Article 2 (2) shall not comply with the provisions of this Regulation, the Council shall have the national authority of the State concerned from the A lack of information shall be made available for the purpose of checking the complaint.

(8) There is reasonable suspicion that some specimens of handguns or handguns may be used. the maximum claimed parts of handguns, which bear a recognized mark in accordance with § 2 para. 2, constitute an imminent danger to the user or to third parties, have to carry out an individual examination in accordance with § 53. If this trial results in a confirmation of this suspicity, the person shall be informed that the handguns and/or the handguns, respectively, shall be issued. the most highly stressed parts of handguns of this type must no longer be placed on the market.

Official entries

§ 51. The provisions of § 21 (1) apply to the official entries for type exams.

Information of the Permanent Office of the Permanent International Commission for the Examination of Handguns (C.I.P.)

§ 52. From the approval of a type (§ 48), from the provision before or after the shelling (Section 44 (2) or § 47), from the withdrawal (section 50 (6)) of the right to use for a given type the mark for type-examination, as well as of all dispositions taken pursuant to § 50 (7) and (8), the office of the Permanent Office of the Permanent Representatives Commission Internationale Permanente pour l' épreuve des armes à feu portative-C.I.P. (International Commission for the Testing of Weapons Of Handguns).

Section 3

Single Check

Scope of the individual examination

§ 53. (1) The individual inspection of the handguns referred to in § 37 and the most highly stressed parts of handguns shall include:

1.

the control of the marking in accordance with § 41 (1) and (2), but a type designation is not a requirement in accordance with Section 41 (1) (2) (2);

2.

the control of functional safety and visual inspection in accordance with § 54;

3.

the control of the dimensions in accordance with § 43;

4.

the shelling according to § 55;

5.

the control after the shelling according to § 46.

(2) When carrying out the checks referred to in paragraph 1, consideration shall be given to the specific characteristics of the various types of handguns and the most heavily used parts of small arms.

(3) Hand-held firearms and parts of handguns subjected to the highest claim, which have one of the deficiencies mentioned in section 44 (1) of the checks referred to in paragraph 1 (1) (1) to (3), shall be provided with the characters in accordance with § 19 (2) and (4) (6). .

(4) The handguns and the most highly stressed parts of handguns submitted for the individual examination pursuant to § 37, which have not been admitted to the final decision in accordance with paragraph 3, can be submitted again for testing at the same fog, if the incher proves that the identified deficiencies have been remedied. The examination shall then be carried out in accordance with the provisions of Sections 40 to 46 of the previous trial.

Control of functional safety and visual inspection

§ 54. The control of functional safety shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of section 42. However, in the case of alarms, shocks and irritant weapons, Section 42 (3) shall apply by way of derogation that five use cartridges of each barrel or two cartridges of use from each bearing of the drum in the case of handguns with drum and from Revolvers are fired.

Single-test bombardess

§ 55. (1) The fire shall be executed in accordance with the provisions of § 45, but with the deviations that:

1.

in the case of a shuffling machine, two bombardings;

2.

in the case of alarm, rubbish and irritant weapons, two shouting cartridges from each barrel and/or a firing cartridge from each of the bearings of the drum are to be fired in handguns with drum as well as revolvers;

3.

in the case of slaughterhouse apparatus, § 45 (8) (2) (2) is not applicable.

(2) If the trial has not revealed any defects in accordance with the provisions of Sections 53 and 54 and Section 1, the badge shall be affixed in accordance with the provisions of § 19.

Other provisions

§ 56. (1) The provisions of § § 16 and 47 shall apply for the provision after the application for a single examination.

(2) For the new testing, the new testing obligation, the voluntary testing, the affixing of the badges, the inspection test, the official entries, the confirmation of the certificate and the list of certificates in the case of an individual examination the relevant provisions of the second main item shall apply.

5. Main piece

Binding declaration of technical standards

Connection declaration of ÖNORMEN

§ 57. The following: Appendix 2 printable ÖNORM shall be declared to be binding:

1.

ÖNORM S 1205 "Lants for handguns-drivables and minimum wall thicknesses for long arms" Edition: 15. Jänner 2012;

2.

ÖNORM S 1230 "Bolzensetters-Test Provisions" Edition: 1 April 1998;

These ÖNORMEN are available at the Austrian Standards Institute, 1020 Vienna, Heinestraße 38, telephone +43 1 213 00, fax +43 1 213 00 818, e-mail: sales@as-plus.at.

Connection declaration of ON-Rules

§ 58. The following: Appendix 2 The ON-Rules printed in the 2013 cartridge test will be declared binding:

1.

ONR 191390 "Randfire patrons-dimensions and gas pressures" Edition: 1 January 2013;

2.

ONR 191391 "Pistols-and turret cartridges-dimensions and gas pressures"

Issue: January 1, 2013;

3.

ONR 191392-1 "Iron patrons with no edge-dimensions and gas pressures"

Part 1: Metrian Calibre Edition: January 1, 2013;

4.

ONR 191392-2 "Iron patrons with no edge-dimensions and gas pressures"

Part 2: Metric Calibre Edition: January 1, 2013;

5.

ONR 191393-1 "Büchsenpatrons mit Rand-Dimensions and gas pressures"

Part 1: Metrian calibre Issue: January 1, 2013;

6.

ONR 191393-2 "Büchsenpatrons mit Rand-Dimensions and gas pressures"

Part 2: Calibre in Customs Edition: 1 January 2013;

7.

ONR 191394 "Magnum patrons-dimensions and gas pressures" Edition: January 1, 2013;

8.

ONR 191395 "Schrotpatrons" Edition: 1. January 2013;

9.

ONR 191396 "Kartuschen für Schussapparate-Dimensions and gas pressures"

Issue: January 1, 2013;

10.

ONR 191397 "Cups for alarm weapons-dimensions and gas pressures"

Issue: January 1, 2013;

11.

ONR 191399 "Special ammunition-dimensions and gas pressures" Edition: 1 January 2013.

These ON-rules are available at the Austrian Standards Institute, 1020 Vienna, Heinestraße 38, telephone +43 1 213 00, fax +43 1 213 00 818, e-mail: sales@as-plus.at.

6. Main piece

Final provisions

Linguistic equality

§ 59. As far as natural persons are referred to in this Regulation only in male form, they shall refer to women and men in the same way. In applying the name to certain natural persons, the gender-specific form shall be used.

References

§ 60. References in this Regulation to other Regulations are to be understood as references to their version in force.

Entry into force and external force

§ 61. This Regulation shall enter into force at the end of the day of its presentation, at the same time as the 1999 Regulation on the application of the Decision, BGBl. II No 386/1999, except for force.

EU notification

§ 62. This Regulation has been adopted in accordance with Directive 98 /34/EC laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical standards and regulations and of rules on information society services, OJ L 206, 22.7.1998, p. No. OJ L 204 of 21.07.1998 p. 37, as last amended by Regulation (EU) No 1025/2012, OJ L 206, 22.7.2012, p. No. OJ L 316, 14.11.2012 p. 12, notified under the notification number 2013 /0302/A.

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