General Regulation For The Fire Law

Original Language Title: Allgemeine Verordnung zum Beschussgesetz

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General Regulation on the law on the law of the law (Legislative Decree)

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Date of departure: 13.07.2006

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"Decree of the 13th July 2007". July 2006 (BGBl. 1474), which was last amended by Article 4 of the Regulation of 26 June 2008. November 2010 (BGBl. I p. 1643) "

:Last modified by Art. 4 V v. 26.11.2010 I 1643

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The obligations under Directive 98 /34/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 The European Parliament and of the Council of 19 June 1998 laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical standards and regulations and of the rules on information society services (OJ C EC No 37), as amended by Directive 98 /48/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 June 2000, of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 June 1 July 1998 (OJ L 327, EC No 18), have been observed.

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On the basis of § § 14 and 15 of the Board of Application of the 11. October 2002 (BGBl. 3970, 4003), of which Article 14 (2), second sentence, by Article 116 of the Regulation of 25 June 2000. November 2003 (BGBl. 2304), Section 25 (1) (1) (c) and Section 36 (5) of the Weapons Act of the 11th paragraph of the Act of the 11th European Union. October 2002 (BGBl. 3970, 4592, 2003 I p. 1957), in conjunction with Section 1 of the Law on Adaptation to Responsibility of 16. August 2002 (BGBl. 3165) and the organisational decree of 22. November 2005 (BGBl. 3197), the Federal Ministry of the Interior, as far as the Schusapparatuses are concerned, is in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs and with regard to Section 36 (5) of the Weapons Act after hearing of the parties involved: Non-Official Table of Contents

Content Summary

1
View Check of firearms and bullets
§ 1Test procedure
§ 2Test of black powder weapons and ballions
§ 3Minimum condition of the test subject
§ 4Rejection from bombardess
§ 5Reaction shot
§ 6Reaction and Voluntary Audit
Section 2
Assessment Procedures
§ 7Application procedure
§ 8Validation of test aids
§ 9Application of the audit marks
§ 10Certificate of approval the firing procedure
Section 3
Type approval and approval for special firearms and special ammunition
§ 11Construction type approval for special firearms, pyrotechnic ammunition and shooting apparatus
§ 12Model designation for type approvals
§ 13Placing on the market of shy apparatus from states with which the mutual Approval of the test marks is agreed
§ 14Composition of pyrotechnic ammunition
§ 15Requirements for irritant projectiles, irritant sprays and irritants, as well as Electropulsers
§ 16Labelling of the packaging of irritant and irritant equipment
§ 17Deviations from the marking principle for special ammunition types
Section 4
Type approval procedure
§ 18Application procedure
§ 19Responsibility and approval notice
§ 20approval mark
§ 21Notices
Section 5
Periodic Factory Control, Individual Case Review, Repeat Review
§ 22Periodic Factory Controls for Schusapparatuses and Inserts
§ 23Case-by-case Review
§ 24Reaction Review Operating Schussapparate
§ 25Repeated verification marks
Section 6
Setting the dimensions and energy values for firearms (scale), Insertion and exchange flows and ammunition
§ 26Permitted and non-permitted ammunition
§ 27Deviations from the scales
Section 7
Approval of ammunition
§ 28Definitions
§ 29Admission and verification of cartridge and cartridge ammunition
30Application procedure
§ 31Testing methods
§ 32Form of approval
§ 33factory control
§ 34Government controls
§ 35Case Review
§ 36Notice
§ 37Exceptions
Section 8
Packaging, Labeling, and Storage of ammunition
§ 38Packaging of ammunition
§ 39Packaging and ammunition identification
§ 40ammunition storage
Section 9
Advisory Board
§ 41Advisory Board
Section 10
Administrative Offences and Final rules
§ 42Administrative Offences
§ 43Entry into force,

Section 1
Firearms Auditing and Shooting Tests Böllern

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§ 1 Test procedure

(1) Firearms, Böller as well as the most highly stressed parts according to § 2 para. 2 of the The Act of Law (Law), which can be exchanged without rework (test items), must be officially examined in accordance with § § 3 to 6 and Annex I no. 1 and 2.(2) The official examination (examination) in accordance with § 5 of the Act consists of the preliminary examination, the shelling and the inspection.(3) The preliminary examination includes
1.
the examination of the marking in accordance with § 24 (1) of the Weapons Act and in accordance with § 21 of the General Ceasefire Regulation,
2.
the verification of the functional security and the visual inspection,
3.
the verification of the dimensional accuracy,
4.
the procurement of objects that are based on a Approval or approval pursuant to § § 8 and 9 of the Act were manufactured or transferred to the scope of the law.
The visual inspection consists of the examination of all parts subject to the highest claim for material defects, on the and Machining defects that can affect durability, as well as the test for running and bearing deformations. The measurement test consists of the test of the measures in accordance with Annex I No. 1.1.3 in conjunction with the measures of the Federal Ministry of the Interior in the Federal Gazette of 10 March 2011. January 2000 (BAnz. No 38a of 24. February 2000), as published in the current version. Newly registered ammunition in accordance with section 27 (1) shall be the same as those listed in the scales. In the examination of the quality of the procurement, the competent authority is convinced by visual checks of whether the test objects have the characteristics defined in the letter of approval.(4) The shelling shall be carried out in accordance with the test requirements of Annex I (1) and (2).(5) In the case of the inspection, the test objects shall be re-examined for functional safety, dimensional accuracy and defects in the durability, and shall be subject to a visual inspection as referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 3. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Examination of black powder weapons and bulldozers

(1) On the testing of front-loading weapons and rear-loader weapons, which are applicable to the exclusive use of unpatronised black powder or the black powder in the effect of similar propellant charges (black powder), as well as of the Böller are to be applied in accordance with § § 1, 3 to 6. The following characteristics apply:
1.
In the case of black powder weapons and handmade arches, the sound test can be applied to the White-finished runs with a finished closure and ignition channel are made. In the case of black powder weapons, the ignition channel must not be greater than 1 millimetre in diameter at the narrowest point in diameter, not more than 2 millimetres in the case of Bölls and model cannons. In duly substantiated cases, the competent authority may grant exceptions to the diameter limit for Böller-with the exception of the hand-böller.
2.
Insofar as the Böller Plate bores may not pass through into the tube core, even if they are screwed in, welded, pressed or soldered into place. Böller, whose pipe end is butt-welded, will not be tested.
3.
The preliminary test in the case of Böllern also includes testing the marking with the largest permissible Mass in grams of the Böllerpulvers to be used in the test objects with the characteristic letters SP and the maximum permissible mass of the original in grams.
4.
The test the dimensional accuracy (§ 1 para. 3 sentence 1 no. 3 in connection with sentence 3) is limited to the determination of the internal diameter of the barrel or tube and to the test whether the ignition channel does not meet the maximum permissible diameter prescribed in point 1.
5.
The verification of functional safety (§ 1 para. 3 sentence 1 no. 2) includes the control of the ignition channel, the inclination and safety of ignition devices and ignition drill-holes and ignition channels, with revolvers the free rotatability and the perfect locking of the drum and the correct entry of the tap into the securing and clamping raste, in the case of Böllern also the cargo ability of the cartridges and the Firing device.
(2) The shelling shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of Annex I, No 2. The testing of black powder and bulldozers may be carried out on application with a charge other than those set out in the tables of Annex I No 2. In this case, the largest permissible mass of powder in grams of the black powder to be used in the black powder weapon with the characteristic letter SP and the largest permissible mass of the projectile in grams is to be applied to black powder weapons.(3) In the case of the examination of Bölls, the following conditions shall be included in the Böll-certificate of examination for the examination:
1.
The minimum powder charge of a Böller must be so dimensioned that a safe ignition is basically guaranteed.
2.
An ignition through the pipe mouth is not allowed. The ignition must take place immediately upon triggering of the ignition mechanism. The type of ignition tested and permissible shall be included in the Böller-fire certificate.
3.
Only materials to be used as a template in a Böller shall be used. Do not exceed the permissible mass of the template according to the loading tables. In addition, the submission of the original shall not cause any increase in the load on the Böller. Cork and very light, soft and non-flammable materials are permitted.
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§ 3 Minimum state of the Test object

(1) The inspection test must be carried out on ready-to-use test objects. In the case of multiple loading weapons, the multi-loading device is also part of the ready-to-use weapon. The inspection can also be carried out on white-finished weapons and white-finished parts.(2) The testing of functional safety shall not be carried out in the case of the testing of the most highly stressed parts, provided that the part is intended for a weapon which is manufactured as a standard. A firearm made up of the most highly stressed parts which have already been fired shall be fired when rework has been carried out on these parts or if not all of these parts have been bombarded with the firing gas pressure prescribed for these weapons. . If the most highly stressed parts are presented as individual parts for testing, they are carried out in a minimally tolerated area of reference. For identification purposes, a number shall be affixed by the applicant on each of the most highly stressed parts.(3) Not at least white-finished test objects shall be returned to the applicant without examination.(4) Firearms and purchases from which ammunition are fired shall also be returned to the applicant without examination, even if the ammunition is not listed in the scales. This does not apply if
1.
is a weapon for ammunition, which according to § 11 para. 2 no. 2 of the law no authorisation is required or is authorised under a derogation under Section 13 of the Act or by the authority of a State with which the mutual recognition of the marks is agreed, or
2.
a gun for the fire test, the dimensions of which are not yet contained in the scales; in such cases, the test may be based on the Weapons and ammunition data will be made.
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§ 4 Rejection from fire

The test items are to return and return to the applicant in accordance with § 9 (5) after the return sign has been applied, if
1.
during the preliminary check, it is determined that one of the requirements set out in Appendix I No. 1.1 is not met,
2.
they were discernable by the shelling, or
3.
under § 1 (5) under review Consideration of Appendix I No. 1.3 Defects are identified.
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§ 5 Maintenance Complaints

(1) A new the official examination in accordance with § 5 (1) of the Act shall be carried out if
1.
is a highly stressed part after Section 2 (2) (1) to (3) of the Act has been exchanged and a follow-up work has been carried out, or
2.
at the highest claimed part of a test subject
a)
the dimensions of Appendix I No. 1.1.3 changed or
b)
material-weakening or changing work has been performed.
1 does not apply to firearms, whose highest-claimed parts are simply not to be redone where all parts subject to the highest claim have been bombted with the pressure of the bombings prescribed for such weapons.(2) On the occasion of the examination referred to in paragraph 1 of one of the deficiencies referred to in Annex I (1.1) or (1.3), § 4 shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Retry and Voluntary Audit

(1) Böller shall be a member before the end of five years. Repeat the review.(2) Test items which already bear a badmark shall be subject to a voluntary assessment of the certificate. The first sentence shall also apply to articles of the designated type which are not subject to the obligation to pay a decision. A voluntary audit may also be carried out on an item set out in the first sentence of the first sentence, which has been examined by the authority of a State with which the mutual recognition of the marks has been agreed, and which, after that examination, has not been examined. Processing according to § 4 has been informed. § 5 of the Act as well as § § 1 to 5 shall apply to the acceptance of this examination.(3) If the test objects have passed the examination in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2, the test marks shall be affixed in accordance with § 9 (1) to (4).(4) If the test objects in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 have definitively failed to pass the examination, the return signs referred to in § 9 (5) shall be affixed to them.

Section 2
Procedure of the Audit Check

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§ 7 Application procedure

(1) The audit is written or electronic form; the competent authority may, in justified cases, allow exceptions. The application may include the examination of several items. It must contain the following information and documents:
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the name and address of the Applicant,
2.
the name of the test subject and the serial number and, in so far as it relates to items in accordance with § 1 (3) sentence 1 no. 4, the associated names Modesty,
3.
the name of the associated ammunition or the indication of the mass and nature of the powder of the strongest utility charge or the composition of the Flammable liquid or gaseous mixture as well as the type and mass of the original,
4.
whether or not a maximum part is replaced, repaired, or
5.
in the case of firearms with smooth runs, whether or not a reinforced fire or testing for the use of steel scrap munitions has been increased
6.
in the case of firearms with polygons, whether the test for the use of ammunition with a solid projectile made of tombak or a similar type of ammunition is used for the purpose of the test. Material is requested,
7.
in the case of a Böllern also the tube inside diameter in millimeters; in addition, the initial application is a sketch with dimensions and material information
8.
for Böllern, if it is to be less than the tables of Appendix I, No. 2, and
9.
in the case of black powder weapons, the charge strength if it deviates from the provisions listed in Appendix I No. 2.
(2) The applicant has, if he/she is acting for third parties, in to submit a request for authorisation, to indicate the name and address of its contracting authority,
1.
if it has attached its own name, company or registered trademark to the test subject in accordance with Section 21, Section 3 of the General Weapons Act regulation,
2.
if the test object does not bear the required marking in accordance with § 24 paragraph 1 sentence 1 no. 1 of the gun act or
3.
if it lets you carry out the audit on behalf of a person who has spent the test item within the scope of the law.
(3) The first sentence or the second paragraph of Article 5 shall be accompanied by the return sign, and may only be submitted to the same authority again for the examination of the decision, unless the latter agrees to the submission of the document to another authority. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Verification of test aids

(1) Ammunition or a load in firearms and other test items , which may not be procured by the competent authority, the applicant may require the applicant to authorise the use of such munitions, in the case of gunmen of cartridges, of sleeves and of ignition equipment.(2) In order to check the exchange flows, the competent authority may require the applicant to issue the associated weapon or a suitable closure. Insertion runs are to be shelled in the associated weapon; if it cannot be submitted, a certificate must be issued in accordance with section 12 (1) sentence 2 of the law, with the requirement that the fire should be used before the intended use of the To make one-way crate. The certificate may include several similar test items. Sentence 2 shall also apply to insertion runs in accordance with section 2 (2) sentence 2 (1) (c) of the Act.(3) If an application is submitted in accordance with § 6, the competent authority may require the applicant to release the necessary tools for the examination.(4) A certificate issued by the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) shall be submitted by the applicant to the competent authority in order to verify that the device complies with the technical requirements laid down in Annex I (2.3.2 to 2.3.5). Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Application of the test marks

(1) The test items must be marked with the official badmark in accordance with Appendix II. In the cases of § 4 (1) (3) (d) of the Act, the verification mark of the respective competent authority shall be applied to the test items. The marking and test marks must be clearly visible and permanently applied.(2) The mark referred to in paragraph 1 shall consist of the Federal Adler according to Annex II, Figure 1, with the respective identification letters.(3) The badge shall be applied on any part subject to the highest claim in accordance with Section 2 (2) of the Act. The following are to be found as additional test marks:
1.
the placemilot according to Appendix II, Figure 3 on a maximum load-bearing part,
2.
the sign for the steel scrap test according to Appendix II, Figure 2, on each barrel for the displacement of steel scrap munitions with reinforced Load and
3.
the annual character on a most heavily loaded part. The annual symbol shall consist of the last two digits of the year to which the monthly number may be added. On request, the two digits of the year can be encrypted by the letters A = 0, B = 1, C = 2, D = 3, E = 4, F = 5, G = 6, H = 7, I or J = 8, K = 9.
(4) Each tested maximum part, which is individually for the examination , shall be accompanied by the mark, the place sign and the annual symbol.(5) The return character consists of the place sign and the annual symbol; existing test marks are to be devalued by an "X" on or beside the test mark. If the most highly stressed parts are unusable, they must also be marked with an "X". Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Certification of the decision-making procedure

(1) The competent authority has a certification certificate to issue
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on request,
2.
after a fire check in accordance with § 3 para. 4 sentence 2 no. 2 or on weapons according to § 7 para. 1 sentence 3 nos. 6 or
3.
after an initial check and any other rehearsals of bad guys.
(2) In the case of firearms that are subject to the obligation to be heard or the historical weapons are, the competent authority may, upon request, issue a certificate to the effect that an inspection may not be carried out or can only be carried out under the risk of damage or destruction of the weapon. The certificate must contain the indication that the weapon must no longer be used for shooting.(3) For test items which have not passed the examination, a written test notice shall be issued to the applicant,
1.
from which the test object's data, the reason for the rejection, and the date of the bombout, and
2.
which contains the requirement that the test object can no longer be used for shooting.
(4) If the highest claimed parts according to § 9 (5) sentence 2 are unusable. , the competent authority shall, on request, issue a certificate as referred to in paragraph 3.

Section 3
Type approval and authorisation for special firearms and special firearms Ammunition

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§ 11 Type approval for special firearms, pyrotechnic ammunition, and shouting apparatus

(1) The shouting apparatuses subject to § 7 of the Law of Admission, insertion runs without own closure for ammunition with a permissible maximum use-gas pressure of up to 2 100 bar and firearms not subject to the obligation to be required to be used for the protection of firearms shall comply with the technical requirements referred to in Annex I No 3. The use of a piston and, if it is intended for the use of cartridge-stored cartridges, must be carried out, in addition to checking the equipment of the equipment, the piston and the equipment, if they contain a piston and are intended to be used for the use of magazine-type cartridges. Cartridges are to be subjected to cartouts. The system components are determined by the applicant. For an already approved system, the authorisation holder or a third party may also apply for the admission of other cartridges. For the requirements for dimensional accuracy, Annex I, point 1.1.3 shall apply accordingly. The test modalities for devices in accordance with the second sentence are described in detail by the testing rules of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt "Shelf Life and System Testing of Bolzen-setting Tools" in the respective valid version.(2) Firearms and other objects according to § 8 of the law, firearms pursuant to § 9 para. 1 of the Act as well as pyrotechnic ammunition pursuant to § 10 of the Act must comply with the technical requirements referred to in Appendix I, Nos. 4, 5 and 6. Sleepless ammunition without projectile according to Article 11 (1) in conjunction with Appendix 1, Section 1, Subsection 3, point 1.3, to the Weapons Act must comply with the requirements of § 6 (3) of the First Regulation on the Explosives Act. § 12c (3) of the First Regulation on the Explosives Act shall apply.(3) The approval authority may, in individual cases, allow exemptions from individual requirements of Appendix I if
1.
in the case of admission according to § 7, 8 or 10 of the law, the security of the user or third party is secured in other ways,
2.
in the case of admission according to § 9 of the law the firearms do not cause any greater danger than those who meet the requirements of Appendix I No. 4.
(4) The In individual cases, the approval authority may require additional requirements to be made beyond Annex I, if the protection of the life and health of the user or third party requires this.(5) In accordance with the requirements of Annex I, 5.2.1 and 5.2.2, pyrotechnic ammunition shall be classified into classes PM I and PM II in accordance with their hazaracterness.(6) In the case of firearms, which are to be reported in accordance with Article 9 (2) (1) of the Act in conjunction with Annex 2, Section 2, Subsection 2, No. 1.1 of the Weapons Act, and whose floors are given a kinetic energy of no more than 7.5 Joules, a Measurement of kinetic energy to be carried out in accordance with Annex VI. The measurement can be requested at a fog board or by the applicant with a calibrated projectile speed measuring system itself. It is the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) to submit five measurement protocols and a filing pattern which must be selected from the series of test objects. The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt confirms the notification and, after passing the examination, the authority to apply the sign according to Appendix II, Figure 10. In the case of individual items, that is to say, provided that no more than three pieces of a particular model are produced or brought into the scope of the law which do not bear the mark provided for in Annex II, Figure 10, the shall be accompanied by an application on request with this mark. In this case, the public authorities must also apply the local sign in accordance with Annex II, Figure 3, to the firearm. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Model name for type approvals

The items subject to approval must not be used as a model label which is likely to mislead or which can cause confusion with weapons or ammunition of other nature. The provisions of the trademark law shall remain unaffected. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Placing on the market of scare apparatus from states with which mutual recognition of the test marks is agreed

Anyone who has been approved by the body of a State with whom the mutual recognition of the marks has been agreed shall be allowed to fall within the scope of the Act shall only be allowed to do so by the apportioning of one of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt), which has approved the contents of the instructions in German language. The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) is also required to provide an approved scouting apparatus, manufactured as standard, for testing the instruction manual. Section 18 (2) (4) and (4) shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 14 Composition of pyrotechnic ammunition

(1) Anyone who manufactures pyrotechnic ammunition or who is within the scope of Law spends these others only if their sentences
1.
are not mechanical or chemical are contaminated,
2.
do not show any acidic reaction unless functional safety or shelf life is not impaired,
3.
the following starting materials are not included:
a)
sulfur with free acid or with more than 0.1 percent nonflammable components,
b)
sulfur bloom,
c)
white (yellow) phosphorus,
d)
Potassium chlorate with more than 0.15 percent bromine content.
2) The manufacturer of pyrotechnic ammunition and the manufacturer of pyrotechnic ammunition in the scope of the On the basis of an analysis by the manufacturer of the source materials or of a recognised expert, it is necessary to convince themselves that the raw materials are in accordance with the conditions laid down in paragraph 1. The proof of the examination shall be kept for three years. Non-official table of contents

§ 15 Requirements for Reizstoffprojectile, Reizstoffsprageräte und Reizstoffe und an Elektroimpulsgeräte

(1) Cartridge ammunition containing irritants and equipment from which, for the purpose of attack or defence, irritants are sprayed or ejected shall, in terms of their nature, meet the requirements of Annex IV, point 2, and the requirements of the Irritants with regard to their irritant effect and admissible quantity shall comply with the requirements laid down in Annex IV (3) and (4) and shall be marked in accordance with Article 16.(2) The rules on the marketing of poisons, medicinal products and narcotic drugs and food law shall remain unaffected.(3) The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) is responsible for the examination of the requirements of Annex IV. The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt may commission other specialist institutes to carry out parts of the examination at the applicant's expense.(4) The examination shall be carried out in accordance with methods and procedures which correspond to the state of the art and technology.(5) The requirements for electric impulse equipment are set out in Annex V. The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt shall examine, in accordance with the recognized methods of measuring technology, whether the limit values laid down in Annex V are complied with. If the limit values are complied with, the applicant shall be informed that he is allowed to apply the test mark in Annex II, Figure 12, to the electrical impulse equipment. Without this test mark, no electrical pulse equipment may be left to the system. The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt may commission other specialist institutes to carry out parts of the examination at the applicant's expense. Non-official table of contents

§ 16 Labelling of the packaging of irritant projectiles and irritant sprays

(1) On the smallest The packaging unit of irritating material is to be provided with the following information in addition to the marking in accordance with Article 24 (3) of the Weapons Act:
1.
the inscription "Reizstoff",
2.
the common scientific name of the Irritant,
3.
the mass of the irritant contained in a projectile,
4.
the Time (year and month), up to which the irritant can be sprayed or the projectiles may be shot, and
5.
the inscription " At a distance of less than 1 m '.'.
(2) Equipment from which irritants are sprayed or ejected shall be the name or registered trademark of the manufacturer, a product name and, in accordance with paragraph 1, Nos. 1, 2, 4 and 5, and with the indication of the content and concentration of the irritant solution. Equipment with exchangeable irritant containers shall be marked in accordance with paragraph 1 (1) and (5) of the exchangeable irritant container, even in accordance with the first sentence of the first sentence. Cartridge ammunition with irritants is to be marked on the bottom of the case with the short name of the irritant contained in the cartridge. The following colour marking shall be affixed to the mouth of the case to the extent that the identification on the case floor cannot be applied due to the small size of the ammunition or for other technical reasons:
-Reizstoffmunition mit CN,
Yellow
-Reizstoffmunition mit CS,
Red
-other irritant munitions.
(3) Each smallest packaging unit of irritant and any spraying device referred to in paragraph 2 shall be accompanied by a instructions for use, in which the methods of proper application and the dangers of abusive use are to be described. Non-official table of contents

§ 17 Derogations from the marking principle for special types of ammunition

(1) On pyrotechnic ammunition of class PM In addition to the marking in accordance with Article 24 (3) of the Weapons Act, II shall be the annual number of manufacture and the period of consumption. Where, in the case of pyrotechnic ammunition of categories PM I and PM II, the labelling on the sleeve or the projectile cannot be applied because of its small size or for other technical reasons, it is sufficient to identify the smallest Packaging unit. It shall also indicate the gross weight of the packaging unit.(2) Ammunition in which the ignition set is housed in the edge of the case bottom (edge firing ammunition) is to be marked on the case bottom only with the manufacturer's mark. In the case of cartridge ammunition for shooting apparatus with a dipped or domed bottom, in which the ignition charge is not accommodated in a special spark plug in the case bottom (central firing ammunition) nor in the edge of the sleeve bottom and in which the ignition charge is not used. and the propellant charge is not heavier than 0.5 grams, the sleeve does not need to be marked in accordance with § 24 (3) of the Weapons Act. Cluster munitions with a flanged sleeve mouth are to be marked on the cover with green colour.(3) In the case of edge-fire ammunition and in the case of cartridge ammunition for shooting apparatuses, it is sufficient to attach the production symbol to a special insert in the smallest packaging unit instead of the smallest packaging unit. In the case of propellant charges according to Appendix 1, Section 1, Section 3, No. 2, of the Weapons Act for Schusapparatuses, the marking in accordance with Section 24 (3) of the Weapons Act needs only to be affixed to the magazine's packaging.(4) In the case of cartridge ammunition for shouting apparatus, a clear indication of the type of equipment and the degree of strength of the load shall be affixed to the smallest packaging unit. The thickness of the load must be marked by the following colors:
level 1 white or brownWeakest Charge
Load level 2 greenweak Load
Load stage 3 yellowmedium charge
Load stage 4 blueheavy load
Load level 5 redvery strong Load
Load stage 6 blackLoad strongest.
tagging is also to be applied to the cartridge bottom of the cartridge or to the cartridge or spark plug cover: (5) On solid bodies, which are intended to be used for the various types of sliding equipment (bolts), shall be affixed to the manufacturer's mark indicated by the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt; shall be used for guiding or holding pieces which, even after the shot has been shot, shall still be used with the In addition, the manufacturer's mark on one of these parts shall be indicated. The smallest packaging unit of the bolts is to be marked in accordance with § 24 (3) of the Weapons Act as well as with the type designation.

Section 4
Procedure in the case of type approval

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§ 18 Application procedure

(1) The type approval is to be applied for in written or electronic form. The applicant shall indicate in the application:
1.
his name or company and his address, in the case of: the transfer to the scope of the law the name or the company and the address of the person who spends the items,
2.
the mark displayed, which is displayed on the
3.
the model name of the firearm or the insertion or the designation of the pyrotechnic ammunition, in which case the Firearms may be used in addition to a priority additional model designation if they have been displayed to the competent authority, including after the granting of the authorisation,
4.
in the case of admission according to § 10 of the law, also the manufacturing site.
(2) The applicant has to add to the application
1.
at the admission to
a)
§ § 7, 8 and 9 para. 1 of the law one or two construction samples of the object for system verification
b)
§ 10 of the Act, a sufficient number of pyrotechnic articles, Ammunition
2.
a cutting drawing made in accordance with the rules of technology, which contains all the information on the dimensions and materials that are important for the approval process, a view drawing of the same quality, a photograph, each in triplicate, and an instruction manual in German, as far as it is added to the objects in distribution,
3.
in bolt-setting tools with pistons and magazine cartridges for performing the system check, the information about which parts the system should be determined by, as well as their technical data,
4.
in the case of firearms, shooting apparatuses or insertion courses intended for the displacement of ammunition approved in accordance with Article 11 (1) of the Act, which Ammunition required for testing and
5.
in the case of scrubbing apparatus to be used within the scope of the law, and also a statement from which: (3) The applicant shall have the following information on the place or place where he has the necessary facilities for carrying out the re-tests or who he has entrusted with carrying out this audit.
(3) Approval authority on request
1.
the type of construction referred to in paragraph 2 (1) (a) or the body of the approved model and, in the case of the approval of pyrotechnic ammunition, a standard-produced firearm for the displacement of the ammunition, and
2.
Submit part drawings of the model.
(4) For applications for approval of shot apparatus and other non-portable devices, in which the drive is placed in sleeves The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt is to be used by the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) for the safety and health of the German Social Accident Insurance (Deutsche statutory Unfallversicherung e). The Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung) is in doubt whether the test object meets the requirements of the material and the strength. In the case of other non-portable devices in which propellant charges are used for driving in sleeves and which are intended for technical purposes, type approval shall be subject only to the triggering device and to the parts of the device which shall be used for the purpose of: The pressure of the powder gases is directly exposed.(5) In the case of non-portable devices in which propellant charges are used for driving in sleeves and which are intended for technical purposes, which are installed in a fixed position, the production of a design in accordance with paragraph 2 (1) (a) shall not be required. The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt can be used in consultation with the Berufsgenossenschaftliches Zentrale für Sicherheit und Gesundheit der Deutschen Gesetzlichen Unfallversicherung e. V. exams at the place of business. Non-official table of contents

§ 19 jurisdiction and letter of approval

(1) The law decides on applications pursuant to § § 7, 8 and 9 (2) and (4) of the law. the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt. The German Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung) decides on applications pursuant to § 9 (1) and (5) of the Act by written notice of applications pursuant to § 10 of the Act.(2) The letter of acceptance shall contain information on
1.
the name and address of the Applicant,
2.
the type and model designation of the firearm, the scrubbing apparatus, the single-piece, the shockshot, irritant or signal weapon and in the case of pyrotechnic ammunition whose designation,
3.
the essential characteristics of the design
a)
the approved firearm, the shooting apparatus, the insert, the scat shot, the irritating material or the signal weapon, as well as the essential characteristics and the name of the weapon (b)
of approved pyrotechnic ammunition
4.
the validity period of the approval and
5.
the approval mark according to § 20 para. 2.
(3) Minor provisions and restrictions on the content of the authorisation, which relate to the use of the approved weapons, shouting apparatus, insertion runs and ammunition, must be taken into account by the user. The authorisation shall be linked to the obligation to issue an extract from the authorisation certificate to the users, provided that the use relating to the use of subsidiary provisions and restrictions on the substance is contained therein. The type approval pursuant to section 9 (5) of the Act may also be accompanied by the obligation to attach to the approved items safety instructions and an operating instructions approved and confirmed by the approval authority. and to subject the approved subject-matter to a solitary examination in accordance with § 5 of the Act. This also applies to other non-portable devices in which propellant charges accommodated in sleeves for driving are used and which are intended for technical purposes. Non-official table of contents

§ 20 approval mark

(1) The approval authority has the authorisation holder the use of an approval mark. .(2) The approval mark shall be composed of the symbol and the identification number provided for in Annex II, Figure 5 to 7 or 10 to 12. The identification number consists of a serial number. In the case of pyrotechnic ammunition, the class designation "PM I" or "PM II" is also part of the approval mark. (3) The marketing authorisation holder has a permanent and clearly visible view on each of the following units and in the case of pyrotechnic ammunition on every smallest piece of equipment. Packaging unit shall be affixed to the prescribed approval mark. The approval mark shall not be affixed to a part which is normally intended for exchange. To the extent that the approval mark on the pyrotechnic ammunition cannot be applied because of its small size or for other technical reasons, it is sufficient to apply it to the smallest packaging unit. Non-official table of contents

§ 21 Notices

(1) The approval of the design of the items referred to in § § 7, 8 and 9 (5) of the law, their modification, correction, withdrawal and revocation are made known in the Bundesanzeiger (Federal Gazette) and in the Official Journal of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) and the newsletter. The notice shall contain the particulars referred to in § 19 (2) Nos. 1, 2 and 4, the identification number in accordance with Section 20 (2) sentence 1 and the name of the associated use-related ammunition.(2) In the case of authorisations pursuant to § 10 of the Act, the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing has to conduct a list of the granted authorisations for pyrotechnic ammunition and keep these up to date. The list should contain the following information:
1.
the full approval mark,
2.
the designation of pyrotechnic ammunition,
3.
Name and address of the Marketing Authorisation Holder,
4.
Restrictions, limitations and obligations, in particular those defined by the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung) Usage notes in code numbers. The significance of the code numbers will be explained in the pre-credits of the list.
The list is to be interpreted at the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing during the service hours. At the request of a third party, a copy or reproduction shall be left to the third party for reimbursement of costs.(3) The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt has notified the Permanent Bureau of the Permanent International Commission for the Examination of Handguns over
1.
Orders pursuant to § 23 para. 2 sentence 2,
2.
the granting, revocation or revocation of an admission of scary apparatus in accordance with § § 7 and 8 of the law. The notification of the grant shall consist of a copy of the approval certificate.

Section 5
Periodic Factory Control, Case Review, Recurring Examination

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§ 22 Periodic Factory Controls for Schusapparatuses and Inserts

Schusapparatuses and insertions, the design of which is approved by the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) and must be checked by the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt at intervals of not more than two years on five objects of each type. For the purpose of the test, the provisions of Annex I, Nos 3.1 to 3.4 shall apply. The holder of the authorisation shall, at the latest two years after the approval and then at a distance of two years from the day-to-day production, or, if this is not possible, the five test items of the Federal Institute for Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) from the current production or, Inventory to be submitted. Non-official table of contents

§ 23 Review on a case-by-case basis

(1) The right-of-the-art facts are the assumption that the test subject is subject to § § 7 and 8 of the Law whose construction has been approved by the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, in its essential characteristics does not comply with the requirements of Annex I No. 3 or 4 or of the approval, takes the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Federal Institute of Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) prior to the examination. If any defects found in this case cannot be immediately remedied, the holder may prohibit the authorisation holder from distributing further items of this type and leaving it to others.(2) The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) shall be aware of the deficiencies referred to in paragraph 1 in the case of test items in accordance with Article 7 of the Act, the type of which has been approved by the authority of a State with which the mutual recognition of the approval marks , it shall inform the Authority. The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt may prohibit further distribution if these objects cause dangers to the life and health of the user or third parties. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 24 Repeal Examination of Operated Shouting Apparatus

(1) The Operator of a Shot Apparatus or an unportable Equipment in which propellant charges are used for driving in sleeves are used and which is intended for technical purposes, the device shall immediately immediately have the manufacturer or his authorised representative immediately after two years, in the case of essential functional defects. . The first sentence shall not apply to linens used on seagoing vessels, and not for industrial cannons.(2) The time limit for the first re-examination referred to in paragraph 1 shall start
1.
in the case of bolt-setting tools; Press and Kerb equipment with the delivery of the device to the operator or distributor,
2.
for other scrubbing machines with the delivery of the device to the Operators.
In the case of the first sentence of 1 (1), the date of arrival shall be proven by a badge to be affixed to the equipment by the manufacturer, and in the case of the first sentence of paragraph 2, by means of a certificate issued by the manufacturer or distributor to the equipment of the shouting apparatus. Have to be attached to the operator.(3) The manufacturer or his representative shall verify that a device referred to in paragraph 1 is functionally safe (Appendix I) and whether it is in conformity with the design. In the case of a person who has been imported from another Member State and who has a recognised mark, he is the representative of the producer who has a branch in the scope of the law. Non-official table of contents

§ 25 Verification mark for repeat checks

(1) If the test of a device in accordance with Section 24 (1) has no complaints , the test mark shall be affixed to the test mark.(2) The test mark for equipment in accordance with Article 24 (1) shall correspond to the model of Appendix II, Figure 8. It shall be permanently mounted on the barrel or casing in such a way that the number of the quarter in which the equipment has been tested is shown at the mouth of the barrel. If the test mark is placed in the form of a plaque, it must be in black print on a silvery ground.(3) The manufacturer or his representative shall issue a test certificate to the operator on the examination of the device in accordance with section 24 (1), the result and date of the examination, the examining body and the name of the person responsible for the examination.

Section 6
Setting the dimensions and energy values for firearms (scale panels), insertion and exchange flows, and ammunition

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§ 26 Permitted and unallowable ammunition

(1) Set in the scale of the scales
1.
the dimensions for the cartridge or cartridge bearings and for the transitions, in the case of smooth runs, the Internal diameter and, in the case of drawn runs, the field and train diameters, if necessary also the running cross-sections of firearms, insertion runs and exchanges, as well as the closure distances of firearms (scale-§ 14 para. 1 no. 1 of the Law),
2.
the permissible maximum and minimum dimensions, the maximum permissible gas pressures, in the case of scrap ammunition, also for the increased charge, or the maximum and the maximum permissible gas pressure. Minimum energies, in addition, in the case of steel scrap ammunition, the maximum permissible discharge speeds, coin pulses and diameter of the gland, and the designation of the ammunition and the propellant charges in accordance with Appendix 1, Section 1, Subsection 3, Nos. 1 and 2 of the Weapons Act (Section 14 (3) of the Law),
3.
the maximum permissible dimensions, the maximum and minimum gas pressures or energies, and the designation of the pyrotechnic Ammunition (Section 14 (1) (1) of the Law).
(2) If the sleeve is sheathed in a munition, the dimensions specified in the scales shall apply only to the sleeve.(3) Not allowed are
1.
Ammunition in accordance with Appendix 2, Section 1, No. 1.5.1 to 1.5.6 of the Weapons Act,
2.
Schred cartridges with a Vickers hardness HV 1 of over 110 on the surface or more than 100 inside,
3.
Steel shredder cartridges with no suitable coating of the scrap charge and
4.
Revolver and pistol cartridges With projectiles consisting predominantly or entirely of hard material-Brinell hardness greater than 25 HB 5/62 ,5/30-.
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§ 27 deviations from the scales

(1) Instead of the designation defined in the ammunition scales, a different name may be allowed if it is unique and different from the names of others. of approved ammunition. The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt publishes the designations as set out in the first sentence in its official journal and its newsletter. In the case of pyrotechnic ammunition according to § 10 of the law, the publication is made by the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung) in the list according to § 21 (2).(2) It is sufficient to indicate the calibre with a short designation which clearly characterizes the ammunition. The description of the ammunition shall not be applied to the ammunition. If the length of the sleeve is prescribed, it must also be affixed.(3) New munitions not yet listed in the scales may not be allowed with matching or similar dimensions in relation to ammunition already approved if
1.
it develops a higher gas pressure and comes from weapons for approved munitions with a lower Gas pressure can be fired or
2.
already approved ammunition with higher gas pressure fired from weapons for the new ammunition with a lower gas pressure .
(4) The competent authority may, in exceptional circumstances, allow the normal field and train profiles to be deviated if it is ensured that the deviation does not lead to the use gas pressure being exceeded and that: in the case of shelling with bombings, an overpressure of 30 per cent is achieved in all cases.(5) The competent authority may, upon request, allow a derogation from the measures of the scales of measurement if they are intended for experimental or trial purposes in the examination of test items. In these cases, a badmark is not affixed. In the cases referred to in the first sentence, the competent authority shall, upon request, issue a certificate certifying that the test items are durable and functionally reliable, that the dimensions differ from the dimensions of the scales and that those items are to be are intended for trial or trial purposes. The certificate must show the deviations from the dimensions according to Appendix I No. 1.1.3.

Section 7
Approval of Ammunition

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§ 28 Definitions

(1) The type of a cartridge or cartridge is determined by the label specified in the scale or by a authorized designation in accordance with § 27 (1) sentence 1.(2) The lot of a cartridge or cartridge is
1.
the whole of a munition of the same type, made by the same manufacturer in a series, without modification of essential components,
2.
for ammunition from states with which mutual recognition of the Test marks are not agreed upon, the totality of the ammunition to be shipped from the same feeder in a delivery to the scope of the law, if it has the characteristics according to point 1.
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§ 29 Approval and testing of cartridge and cartridge ammunition

The admission test according to § 11 of the Act includes the Check
1.
the intended name of the ammunition,
2.
the mandatory label on the smallest packaging unit,
3.
the mandatory Marking on each cartridge or cartridge,
4.
the dimensional accuracy,
5.
the gas pressure or in the case of a missing specification or significant metrological difficulty of the corresponding comparative values,
6.
the structure of the cartridges, the Speed and pulse of the shredder in steel scrap cartridges,
7.
functional safety.
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§ 30 application procedure

(1) The application has evidence to contain
1.
The name, company or brand and address of the manufacturer or the person whose name, company or brand is attached to the ammunition and who takes responsibility for the ammunition; in the case of shipments from States with which the mutual recognition of the marks is not agreed, the name, company or trade mark and address of the provider shall be indicated,
2.
Type name of the ammunition,
3.
Manufacturing site, unless the applicant is a provider according to number 1,
4.
testing site for factory checks, unless they are transferred to the competent authority, and
5.
lot size and lot number.
(2) To be attached to the application:
1.
Drawings with dimensions for cartridge, cartridge storage, and barrel,
2.
Maximum usage gas pressure value,
3.
a measurement run corresponding to Appendix III for the cartridge type and
4.
cartridge check tubes.
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§ 31 Test Methods

(1) Exams according to § 29, Nos. 4, 5 and 6, and those of the statistical limits will be approved according to the recognized Methods of measurement technology are carried out as described in the regulations of Appendix III and in further details in the respective valid and relevant test and measurement guidelines of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt.(2) The measurement of the gas pressure is carried out by means of a mechanical-electrical transducer. If a permissible maximum value of the use gas pressure is published in the scales for the caliber concerned only for the measurement by means of a copper particulate matter method, it shall be measured according to this method. The use of other methods of measurement shall be permitted provided that they are suitable for measuring rapidly changing pressures and are comparisons with the methods referred to in the first sentence, which allow for conversion.(3) The functional safety of ammunition shall be tested in accordance with the provisions of Annex III.(4) Where an application for authorisation of a type of ammunition is requested which is not yet listed in the scales, the examination shall be based on the applicant's information on the gas pressure and the dimensions of the cartridge, the bearing and, where appropriate, the running of the barrel. In this case, the competent authority has the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt) for forwarding to the Permanent Office of the Permanent International Commission for the Examination of Handguns at the same time as the type approval (§ 36). The maximum permissible value of the gas pressure, the measured mean maximum gas pressure, and the permitted dimensions. Non-official table of contents

§ 32 Form of approval

(1) The approval is the manufacturer or the person whose name, company or brand is on the Ammunition is to be given in writing. For ammunition imported from countries with which the mutual recognition of the marks is not agreed, the authorisation may be granted on request to a provider who has a commercial establishment within the scope of the law. .(2) The letter of acceptance shall contain information on
1.
the name and address of the Applicant,
2.
Type and name of the munition and name or mark attached to the ammunition
3.
the permissible maximum use-gas pressure, the permissible dimensions of the cartridge or cartridge and the warehouse for ammunition, whose type of ammunition is re-approved,
4.
the verification mark prescribed in Appendix II, Figure 4,
5.
the reservation of final approval by the CIP, if the ammunition is not yet included in the scale of the CIP, and
6.
the authorization to carry out the factory control with the indication of the Test site.
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§ 33 Factory control

(1) The marketing authorisation holder is obliged to supply all ammunition carry out factory inspections in accordance with Annex III before being placed on the market. It may carry out such checks to a competent authority or to a specialised institute whose measuring equipment shall be inspected by the competent authority at appropriate intervals in accordance with Annex III, point 1.1. Section 32 (1) shall apply accordingly.(2) The authorisation holder shall keep records in accordance with the provisions of the second sentence and the third paragraph on the factory checks carried out. The records shall be kept in bound form, in the form of a card or with the aid of automatic data processing (ADV) in operation or in the operating part in which the ammunition is manufactured or distributed.(3) The records must provide the following information:
1.
munition type, lot size, and Hole manufacturing character,
2.
Type of powder, type and mass of projectiles, ignition type,
3.
the determined gas pressures,
4.
Type and number of defects found
a)
at measure and view check,
b)
at the function check.
(4) In the case of munitions from which the marketing authorisation holder produces no more than 3,000 units per year, it must be completed within two weeks after production. the records referred to in paragraph 3 (1) and (2). The authorisation authority may lay down further checks within the meaning of paragraphs 1 and 3 (3) and (4) and in Article 34. Limits on the number of pieces or time limits are permitted.(5) The authorisation holder shall submit the records referred to in paragraph 2 or 4 on request to the competent authority.(6) The records shall be kept up to the next administrative control, but at least five years. Non-official table of contents

§ 34 Administrative controls

(1) The marketing authorisation holder has at least every three years to carry out a regulatory To apply for control at the registration authority. Providers from countries with which mutual recognition of the marks are not agreed shall apply at least once a year to carry out these checks if they do not carry out a factory control for each lot or have it carried out. The period laid down in sentences 1 and 2 shall begin with the calendar year following the authorisation.Where ammunition from States with which a mutual recognition of the marks is not agreed, the supplier shall submit a certificate issued by the manufacturer stating that the manufacturer carries out checks on the production of such ammunition, which shall: shall be equivalent to those laid down in Annex III. This certificate must be renewed every year. The provider shall also, at the request of the Authority, submit the Protocol on the lot which is the subject of administrative control. The rates 1 to 3 shall not apply if a factory control is carried out by the manufacturer for each lot and this is supervised by an authorisation authority.(3) In the case of administrative checks, the tests laid down in Annex III shall be carried out.(4) Where it is established in the case of official control that the ammunition or measuring instruments do not comply with the requirements of the scales or of the Annex III or of the authorisation, the competent authority shall set a reasonable time limit for the disposal of the Defects. Non-official table of contents

§ 35 Review on a case-by-case basis

(1) Justify the assumption that ammunition whose type is of the competent If the authority is authorised, or the ammunition which has been re-loaded on a commercial basis does not comply with the provisions of the scales or of Annex III or of the authorisation, it shall carry out a check. If any errors detected cannot be rectified directly, the competent authority may prohibit the further distribution of the ammunition in question.Where the competent authority becomes aware of the deficiencies referred to in paragraph 1 in the case of ammunition the type of which is approved by the authority of a State with which the mutual recognition of the marks is agreed, it shall inform the competent authority. The competent authority may prohibit further distribution if the ammunition causes hazards to the life and health of the user or third parties. It shall take the necessary security measures. Unofficial table of contents

§ 36 Announcement

(1) Admission pursuant to § 11 of the Act, its modification, withdrawal and its revocation shall be made in the Office. and the newsletter of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt). The notice shall contain the information referred to in Article 32 (2) (1) to (3).(2) The Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt has notified the Permanent Bureau of the Permanent International Commission for the Examination of Handguns over
1.
other approved labels according to § 27 para. 1,
2.
the granting, revocation or revocation of an admission,
3.
orders pursuant to § 35 para. 2.
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§ 37 Exceptions

(1) The admission pursuant to Section 11 (1) of the Act as well as the factory control and the Periodic regulatory control is not subject to
1.
propellant charges in accordance with § 11 (1) of the Law,
2.
not commercially recharged ammunition,
3.
bombing munitions, which are the competent authority is loaded and used or is left to the competent authority by a manufacturer,
4.
Ammunition that is no longer produced as standard and only small quantities are to be collected for collecting.
However, cluster munitions must be subject to factory control. Ammunition in accordance with the first sentence may be submitted at the request of a separate approval test and may bear the test mark in accordance with Annex II, Figure 4, only after having passed the approval test.(2) Patron and cartridge ammunition in accordance with the first sentence of paragraph 1, no. 3 and 4, shall comply with the requirements of § 29.

Section 8
Packaging, marking and storage of ammunition

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§ 38 Packaging of Ammunition

(1) Any ammunition that manufactures or imports ammunition has the items in the packaging shall be ordered and distributed in such a way that no explosion of the entire contents of the packaging can be caused either by friction or by shock, shock or flame ignition.(2) cartridge ammunition for shooting apparatus in which the solid bodies leave the scrubbing apparatus must be packed in such a way that the ammunition is protected from moisture in the smallest packaging unit. This does not apply to ammunition, the sleeve of which is closed in such a way that no moisture can penetrate even in the unpacked state. The projectiles referred to in Article 17 (5) shall be packed in containers.(3) propellant charges in accordance with Appendix 1, Section 1, Subsection 3 (2) of the Weapons Act for Schusapparatuses shall be packed in a magazine format. Non-official table of contents

§ 39 Labelling of packaging and ammunition

(1) Except for the identification according to § 24 paragraph 3 of the Weapons Act on the smallest packaging unit
1.
the number of cartridges, or Cartridges,
2.
in the case of ammunition according to § 11 para. 1 of the law, the test mark according to Appendix II, Figure 4 in flawlessly recognizable execution,
3.
in the case of bombshells, the inscription: " Attention! Gun bombardment! ",
4.
for scrap ammunition, the material specification for the shredds, if they are not lead,
5.
at steel scrap ammunition the inscription: " Attention, increased danger of rebounction! Avoid shooting on hard surfaces! ",
6.
for ammo with increased charge the clue that they will only be fired from more bombings. ,
7.
in the case of steel scrap ammunition with increased cargo, the indication that it may only be fired from runs that are subjected to the steel scrap test and are marked with the test mark according to Appendix II, Figure 2 for the steel scrap test,
8.
in the case of cartridge ammunition, which are used for the displacement of pyrotechnic ammunition "Suitable for the displacement of pyrotechnic ammunition",
9.
in steel scrap ammunition calibre 12 with a diameter of 4 mm and a diameter of 4 mm Note that it may only be fired from runs with wort if the diameter does not exceed 0.5 millimeter,
10.
in the case of a magazine Cartridge ammunition for bolt-setting tools the device models with their approval number, in which they may be used on the basis of a system check carried out.
(2) Except for the marking according to § 24 paragraph 3 of the German Weapons Act, the To apply scrap cartridges to the diameter of the shredder and to the length of the sleeve, if it is greater than
-
65 millimetres for the calibers 20 and larger,
-
63.5 millimetres for the calibers 24 and small,
in the case of steel scrap cartridges, also the material of the Schrote, in the case of scrap cartridges with a maximum gas pressure of 1,050 bar (cartridges with reinforced charge), also this gas pressure on the sleeve. The information referred to in paragraph 1 (3) to (9) must be clearly legible and, if the ammunition is intended for distribution within the scope of the law, it must be written in German. A package leaflet for this purpose is permitted.(3) Ammunition which is re-loaded on a commercial basis shall be visible on the sleeve or the spark plug in a visible and permanent manner with a sign from which the reloader is to be identified. In the case of ammunition intended for export, the symbol of the re-loader must be affixed to the sleeve. In the case of a marking on the sleeve, the manufacturer ' s or former reloader ' s character shall be invalidated. Reloaded ammunition may only be delivered in closed packs, on which the address of the reloader and the inscription "Ammunition Reloaded" is affixed. In addition, the mass and designation of the projectiles shall be indicated on the smallest packing unit of recharged cartridge ammunition. The sentences 1 to 5 shall be applied in accordance with ammunition which is not re-loaded on a commercial basis, provided that the re-loader leaves the ammunition to a third party who is not a member of the hunting or shooting association, which is the Reloader is a member.(4) Spare cartridges are, on the edge of the ground, by fluting or, if this is not possible, by means of the clearly legible inscription "bombardment munitions" on the sleeve shell, scrap cartridges, moreover, by indicating the pressure of the bombardment gas. flag. The designation as a cluster munition is carried out in the case of cartridges by pink colour and, in the case of edge fire cartridges, on the floor or the sleeve jacket or the projectile tip by means of red colour.(5) The labelling and packaging requirements relating to the transport of dangerous goods shall remain unaffected. Non-official table of contents

§ 40 Storage of ammunition

(1) Anyone who distributes ammunition or projectiles with irritants or leaves others on a commercial basis, it may only be kept in the closed original packaging of the manufacturer. Open smallest packaging units must be immediately closed again.(2) Pyrotechnic ammunition with a mass of articles consisting of propellant charge and pyrotechnic composition of more than 20 grams may only be stored in a sample in the smallest packaging unit in the sales room. name="BJNR147400006BJNG000900000 " />

Section 9
Bombard

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§ 41 Castor Advice

(1) The Federal Ministry of the Interior will be formed by a board of castor. The chair is chaired by a representative of the Federal Ministry of the Interior.(2) The Board of Committee shall be composed of the Chairperson and the following members:
1.
each Representatives of the authorities responsible for the inspection of firearms and ammunition by national law,
2.
one representative of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt), the Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung und des Bundeskriminalamt und einer Setup des Bundes, in which the shelling of weapons is carried out for the police department of the federal government,
3.
each one representative of the German Test and Testing Institute for Hunting and Sports Weapons e. V., the German Institute for Standardization and the German Social Accident Insurance (German Social Accident Insurance). V.,
4.
three representatives of the manufacturers of firearms and ammunition manufacturers,
5.
per one representative of the manufacturers of shooting equipment and the importers of firearms and ammunition,
6.
each one representative of the bookmaker's craft and the arms dealer.
(3) The members of the Board of Trustees must be factual in the field of weapons or ammunition and be experienced. The Federal Ministry of the Interior may draw up representatives of federal and state ministries, as well as other experts, to the meetings of the Committee of Foreign Affairs.(4) The Federal Ministry of the Interior convenes
1.
the representatives of the competent state authorities on a proposal the country,
2.
the representatives of the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt), the Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing on a proposal from the Federal Ministry for Economy and technology,
3.
the representatives of the bodies referred to in paragraph 2 (3), after hearing the board of these bodies,
4.
the representatives of the economic sectors referred to in paragraph 2 (4), (5) and (6) after hearing the relevant leaders ' organizations.
(5) The members of the Board of the Council shall exercise their Volunteer work.

Section 10
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§ 42 Administrative Offences

(1) Contrary to the law in the sense of Section 21 (1) No. 11 of the Act, who intentionally or negligently
1.
contrary to § 13 sentence 1 Schussapparate put on the market,
2.
contrary to § 20 (3) sentence 1 the Not correct, not correct, not complete or not in good time,
3.
contrary to § 20 para. 3 sentence 2 the approval mark
4.
contrary to § 22 sentence 3 or § 24 (1) sentence 1, a test item or a device referred to there is not presented or not presented in a timely manner or
5.
contrary to § 34 (1) sentence 1 or 2, the application of official control is not requested or not requested in due time.
(2) Administrative Offlaw in the sense of § § § § § § § § § § § § § § § Article 21 (1) (11) (b) of the Act, who intentionally or negligently
1.
contrary to § 33 (1) (b) of the Act. 2 sentence 1 or para. 4 sentence 1 a record not, not correct, not complete, does not make it in the prescribed manner or does not make timely,
2.
contrary to § 33 Section 5 does not present a record or does not submit it in due time, or
3.
contrary to § 33 (6), a record is not retained or not kept for at least five years.
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Annex I Technical requirements and test requirements for firearms and other items that are subject to the fire check § 5 of the Act, and technical requirements for test items in accordance with § § 7 to 10 of the

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2006, 1488-1499)

symbols and their
ViSingle speed value
nTotal number of measurements
Vase napsMean of speed at n Measurements
ve, nUpper share limit for one-sided delimitation for 95% of the population with a confidence level of 95% at n Measurements
k2, nshare factor for the share limit for unilateral delimitation for 95% of the population at a confidence level of 95% of the population %
snStandard deviation on n measurements
mkmass of the intermediate element (piston)
mpmass of the test bolt
Emax Permitted maximum value of the energy of the use of cluster munitions according to the scales
PmaxMaximum value of the gas pressure of the use cluster munitions according to the scales
Evil's NumMean of the motion energy of the projectiles at n measurements
Ea, nMean of impact energy
the extent that symbols for dimensions are used in this Appendix, reference is made to the notice of the scales of handguns and Ammunition referred to (Federal Gazette No 38a of 24 December 2001). February 2000).
1
Firearms and most heavily loaded parts according to § § 5, 7 and 8 of the law
1.1
In the course of the preliminary examination, it is necessary to check whether
1.1.1
the identification according to § 24 of the Weapons Act and in accordance with § 21 of the General Weapons Act-Regulation is properly applied to the test subject;
1.1.2
the subject of the test no
minimum and, if specified
the following minimum and, if specified,errors or processing errors that may affect the reliability and durability of the material; Maximum dimensions or tolerances of the scales, without prejudice to the regulation of § 3 (4), are complied with:
1.1.3.1
for weapons with drawn runs for Central fire-cartridge ammunition and in the case of weapons for cartridge ammunition: P1, L3, H2, L1/P2 and L2/2; H1, R, and E, g. G1, i, G, F, F, Z and VA;
1.1.3.2
in long arms with smooth Courses for Central Fire Cartridge Ammunition, D, L, H, T, <)  α1, B, B, and VA;
1.1.3.3
in arms for edge fire-cartridge ammunition: P1, L1, L3, H2, R, F, Z, and VA;
1.1.3.4
in the case of point 1.1.3.2 the weapons which have a running diameter B above the maximum permissible value may be accepted for testing if the Caliber and the corresponding bearing length as well as the running diameter or the corresponding caliber are mounted on the barrel;
1.1.4
the object of the test, which is based on the of an admission according to § 7 or § 8 of the law, or has been brought into the scope of the law, in its essential characteristics, in particular those for the exemption of regulatory provisions of the law
1.1.5
Peripheral Fire Cartridges in the drum have edge countersunk countersunk bearings;
1.1.6
the object of the test does not contain any corrosion damage or severe pollution; in used weapons, any detected defects cannot be taken into account when the fire is used to three times the number of bombardons referred to in point 1.2.
1.2
The shelling shall be performed as follows:
1.2.1
The durability of test objects that are intended for the shiftable of ammunition is to be tested with bombardment. The bombardons of the bombardons are to be carried out with the heaviest projectile of the used calibre on the market.
1.2.2
The durability of firearms intended for the firing of charges must be tested with fire charges.
1.2.3
The mean value of the gas pressure of the bombings must be the maximum permissible value of the gas pressure of the use munitions Pmax according to the scales, the mean value of the gas pressure of the bomber charge or the test mixture, the maximum permissible value of the utility charge or of the use mixture by at least 30%, in the case of Long-range weapons with drawn runs exceed 25% and at least the energy value Eshelling. If, instead of the gas pressure, the movement energy of the projectiles is to be used, the mean value of the kinetic energy of the projectiles of the bombages shall be the maximum permissible value of the bombs using a similar propellant. Movement energy of the bullets of the cluster munitions Emax according to the scales, the mean value of the kinetic energy of the bombings or of the test mixture, the maximum permissible value of the utility charge or of the use mixture by at least 10% . Where the necessary energy cannot be achieved by means of the ammunition available, the load or the mixture, a projectile whose mass is at least 10% higher than that of the projectile shall be used while maintaining the propellant. Utility floors. In the case of weapons with smooth running for central firing ammunition ammunition, the mean value of the gas pressure of the bombardment munitions must reach 162 mm at least 500 bar in front of the shock ground (measuring point II).
1.2.4
Long arms with smooth runs for central fire cartridge ammunition are to be subjected to normal or increased shelling.
1.2.4.1
The normal shelling is subject to weapons with a nominal depth of the cartridge bearing less than 73 mm, which are intended for ammunition, the maximum permissible value of the gas pressure of the cartridge. Used cartridge Pmax
-
740 bar for caliber 14 and larger diameter,
-
780 bar for caliber between 14 and 20 and
-
830 bar for caliber 20 and smaller Diameter
1.2.4.2
The increased shelling is subject to weapons for ammunition, the gas pressure of which is the values mentioned in point 1.2.4.1, but not 1 050 bar , as well as weapons with a nominal depth of 73 mm and greater.
1.2.4.3
The diameter of the cartridge with lead-to-red should be between 2.5 and 2.5 mm, and the diameter of the cartridge should be greater than 2.5 mm. up to 3 mm; the castings must be limited in the mass as follows:

KaliberangabeSchrotmasse in gmin.max.
10 38 47
12 33 42
14 30 37
16 27 34
20 23 30
24 21 28
28 19 25
32 15 21
.410 7 13
9 mm 5 10
1.2.4.4
The shelling is usually done with at least two cartridges, the gas pressure of which is subject to the requirements of point 5.6.4 as well as point 5.6.5 of Appendix III. In the event that cartridges are not available and their gas pressure meets both requirements, the bombardons shall be filled with at least two cartridges, the gas pressure of which is the requirement of point 5.6.4 of Annex III and of a cartridge, the gas pressure of which is the subject of the request. Section 5.6.5 of Appendix III is sufficient to carry out. For cartridges which only satisfy the requirement of point 5.6.5 of Appendix III, the scrap charge may be greater than in point 1.2.4.3.
1.2.4.5
Lpurchases in the calibers 12 and 20 for steel scrap ammunition with reinforced charge shall be provided as follows:
-
each run with three Fog cartridges with steel shred of a hardness according to Vickers HV 1 between 80 and 110 and a diameter of 4.6 mm for caliber 12 and of 3,7 mm for caliber 20,
-
with a gas pressure of at least 1 370 bar at the first and at least 500 bar at the second measuring point,
-
in the case of an impulse of the scrap of at least 17.5 Ns Caliber 12/76, 15 Ns for caliber 12/70, 14.5 Ns for caliber 20.
1.2.5
Other weapons ' shelling must be done as follows:
1.2.5.1
In the case of long arms intended for use with a maximum permissible value of the gas pressure Pmax according to the scales of 1 800 bar or more, by shelling with at least two bombardons,
1.2.5.2
in the case of long arms, which are used for use in a cluster of used ammunition with a maximum permissible value of the gas pressure Pmax according to the scales up to 1 800 bar , by shelling with at least one shallow cartridge,
1.2.5.3
for pistols, irrespective of the gas pressure of the use cluster munitions, by shelling with at least two Fire cartridges,
1.2.5.4
for turrets and in the case of weapons in which the cartridge chamber is separated from the barrel, irrespective of the gas pressure of the use of the cluster munitions by shelling with at least one attrition cartridge in each cartridge chamber, without prejudice to the regulation in point 1.2.5.1,
1.2.5.5
for weapons for which only the kinetic energy of the projectile of the cluster munitions is indicated in the scales, by shelling with at least two bombardons.
1.2.6
When shelling of weapons for small-scale ammunition In the case of weapons with several warehouses, functional reliability is to be tested with two such cartridges per bearing. The weapons are to be investigated for normal function and deformations of the barrel. If the barrel is clogged, it will be completely cleaned and the test repeated with twice the number of cartridges mentioned in the first sentence. After that, the weapon must not have any defects.
1.2.7
The firing of weapons with multiple runs is the number of times prescribed in points 1.2.4.2 to 1.2.5.5. To carry out each race.
1.2.8
Maximum claimed parts within the meaning of Section 2 (2) of the Act are in accordance with the rules applicable to the weapon, for that they are destined to, to shy away. The weapon must be inserted into the weapon for which it is intended to be inserted.
1.3
After firing, the test objects shall be placed on the weapon barrel. Functional reliability and defects in durability to be tested. In the case of tipping weapons, it is possible to determine, before the discharge of the shot-off sleeve, whether the largest permissible gap width between the barrel and the base bead is not exceeded by 0.10 mm. In addition, it is necessary to check whether there are no cracks or the safety of the weapon at the barrel, on the cartridge or cartridge or on the closure, in the case of multiple weapons, whether the running connections are still perfect. If the object of the test has errors after the fire, or if there are doubts as to the durability or if a defect is found in a shot-off cartridge case, then the person responsible for the description shall carry out the prescribed number of In addition, additional checks are carried out with bombells. If a malfunction is suspected, use cartridges are to be used for the function test.
2
Selling of black powder and Böllern in accordance with § 5 of the Law
2.1
Black powder weapons
2.1.1
Black powder is used as a shug powder in the following To use the composition and with the following control and pretreatment:

moisture contentmax. 1.3%,
-density 1.70 g/cm3 to 1.80 g/cm3,
-Körnung:0,63 mm Backlog max. 5%
0,20 mm Throughput max. 5%,
-Chemical composition: 
-potassium nitrate content(75 ± 1, 5) %,
-sulfur content(10 ± 1) %,
-Content of charcoal(15 ± 1) %,
-Aschesalarymax. 0.8%,
-Water intake (12 hours)max. 1.8%,
- bulk densitymind. 0.85 g/cm3
2.1.2
For comparison and control The gas pressure is charged a shotgun in the caliber 16 using the following components:

Sleeve:Cardboard Sleeve with a length of 67.5 to 70 mm, a metal bottom cap of 8 to 20 mm height, and a cardboard or plastic insert incorporated into the bottom of the sleeve a strength of approx. 0.6 mm and a height that takes into account the volume of the black powder to be used
-Ignition: Schrotpatronenzündung, dreiteilig, diameters 6,15 bis 6,20 mm,
-Black powder according to 2.1.1: 3 g,
-stoppers:fatty felt plugs with a height of 10 to 12 mm,
-Schrote:33 g Schrote with a diameter of 2.5 mm,
-flanged:round with cardboard cover, 1.5 mm thick,
- Length of loaded cartridge:about 64 mm.
determining the gas pressure, the cartridges are at a temperature of (21 ± 1) for at least 24 hours. ° C with a relative humidity of (60 ± 5)%. The mean value of the gas pressure of 10 of these cartridges must be measured in a corresponding measuring run in accordance with points 5.1.1 and 5.1.2 of Appendix III at the measuring point I, measured with a pressure sensor according to points 5.4.2 and 5.4.3 of Appendix III, P.sub.1-0 = 0 (275 ± 25) bar. Otherwise, the powder shall be discarded.
2.1.2.1
Before the shelling, the black powder shall be subject to the conditions set out in the second sentence of 2.1.2.
2.1.3
Load table for black powder weapons The shelling is to be carried out at the following calibers with the following fire loads:

Caliberable
Used-
gas-pressure-use load
-maximum allowable-charge-charge in gin g
in barpowder-Schred
or Long-story powder Schrot
or Long floor
a) 10 750 6, 5 36 1365
12 750 6, 5 36 1365
14 750 6, 5 36 1365
16 800 5, 5 32 12 60
20  850 5 25 1055
24 850 5 25 1055
28 850 4 22 940
32 850 4 22 9 40
36  850 3, 5 17 830
9 mm 850 3, 5 17 830
b) .31 1.200 2, 5 6 610
.36 1.200 3, 5 8 7 12
.41 1.200 5 12 816
.44 1.400 6 15 9, 519
.45 1.400 6 16 1019
.50 1.400 8 20 13 24
.54 1.400 9 28 14, 528
.58 1.400 10 31 16, 531
.69 1.400 12 40 2045
a = Weapons with smooth lew letter b = weapons with drawn runs
2.1.4
The shelling is to be carried out as follows: weapons with smooth runs are usually with Schrot, if, however, they are intended for the ball shot, with a long floor, weapons with drawn runs basically to be loaded with a mezzanine floor. After the required powder charge has been filled, a felt plug of at least 20 mm in height is placed on the powder. Subsequently, Schrote with a diameter of between 2.5 mm and 3 mm, respectively. the mezzanine floor. In the case of the scrap charge, a felt plug of at least 10 mm height is finally set in the barrel for fixing the shredder. The powder must not be pressed during the loading process.
2.1.5
For the pistols with one or more runs, for which a shelling according to point 2.1.3 in connection with Point 2.1.2 shall not be possible, the charge shall be determined taking into account the length of the run or the runs in accordance with the maximum utility charge provided for this type of weapon. The powder must not be pressed during the loading process.
2.1.6
For revolver and weapons, their powder room or their loading sleeve without ignition spokes, the inclusion of the number in number 2.1.2, the volume of the powder space is not allowed to be filled by the maximum possible amount of shuffing powder. The floor is introduced and pressed down to the smooth finish.
2.1.7
The shelling is to be carried out with two shots, on turrets and weapons, the barrel of which is not running. connected to the cartridge chamber, with at least one shot per cartridge chamber.
2.1.8
Loading table for model cannons for sporty shooting The shelling is at the

Tubs-
diameter-of-use load
-maximum allowable payloadin mmin gin gmin.max.powder-projectile powder projectile
7 8.9 2.0 4.5 2,06,0
9 10, 9 3.0 8,0 3.0   10,5
11 11, 9 6,0 10,0 6,0 13.5
12 12, 9 8,0 13.0 8,017,5
13 13, 9 9,0 16,0 9,021.0
14 14, 9 10,0 20.0 10,026,5
15 15, 9 12.0 25,0 12.033.0
16 16, 9 13.0 30,0 13.040,0
17 17, 9 15.0 35.0 15.046.5
18 18, 9 20.0 45.0 20.0   60,0
19 19, 9 25,0 60,0 25,0 80,0
20 21, 9 30,0 75.0 30,0100,0
22 24, 9 35.0 100,0 35.0130,0
25 29, 9 40,0 160,0 40,0210,0
30 34, 9 45.0 280,0 45.0370,0
35 39, 9 50,0 380,0 50,0500.0
40 44, 9 60,0 500,0 60,0660.0
45 49, 9 80,0 750,0 80,0 1.000, 0
50 60, 0 100, 0 1.200, 0 100, 0 1.600, 0
2.2
black powder bumper
2.2.1
As a fog powder, use a black powder as specified in 2.1.1.
2.2.2
Böller Black powder guns shelled with smooth runs. The shelf-life of foyers intended for the shooting down of cargoes shall be tested on the basis of the loading data required in points 2.2.3 to 2.2.7 with a charge charge. Böller can be shelled with a shot per tube. If the Böller has errors after the shelling or if there are doubts about the durability, then the shouting can give an additional shot. On the Böller the board has to apply a continuous device number and its test mark. Load tables for Böller:
2.2.3
Handböller (also shaft böller)

Tube-
diameter-of-use
-allowed Maximum payloadin mmin gin gmin.max.BöllerpulverVorlagePowder Schrot
8 8.9 4.0 3.0 4.015.0
9 9,9 5.0 3.0 5.020.0
10 10, 9 6,0 4.0 6,025,0
11 11, 9 7,0 4.0 7,030,0
12 12, 9 8,0 5.0 8,0 35.0
13 13, 9 10, 0 5.0 9,0 40,0
14 14, 9 12, 0 6,0 10, 0 45.0
15 15, 9 13, 0 6,0 12, 0 50,0
16 16, 9 15, 0 7,0 14, 055.0
17 17, 9 17, 0 8,0 17, 060,0
18 18, 9 20, 0 8,0 20, 065.0
19 19, 9 25, 0 9,0 25, 070,0
20 22, 9 30, 0 10, 0 30, 075.0
23 24, 9 35, 0 13, 0 35, 090,0
25 30, 0 40, 0 15, 0 40, 0 100, 0
2.2.4
Standböller

Tubs-
diameter-of-use load
-allowable maximum-charging loadin mmin gin gBöllerpowder-Vorlagepowder Schrot
15, 0 20.0 10, 0 225,0100.0
23, 0 40,0 15, 0 40,0190,0
25, 0 50,0 18, 0 50,0  220,0
30, 0 60,0 20, 0 60,0300.0
35, 0 80,0 20, 0 80,0400.0
40, 0 100, 0 25, 0 100, 0500.0
45, 0 120, 0 25, 0 120, 0  630,0
50, 0 150, 0 30, 0 150, 0750,0
60, 0 200, 0 30, 0 200, 0850,0
70, 0 260, 0 35, 0 260, 0950,0
80, 0 330, 0 35, 0 330, 0 1.100, 0
90, 0 400, 0 40, 0 400, 01.200.0
2.2.5
Front loaders-Böller-Kanonen

Tubs-
diameter-of-use load
-maximum allowable-fire chargein mmin gin gmin.max.BöllerpulverVorlagePowder Schrot
7 8.9 3.0 2.0 3.010,0
9 10.9 4.0 2.0 4.015.0
11 11.9 6,0 3.0 6,020,0
12 12.9 7,0 3.0 7,025,0
13 13.9 8,0 4.0 8,030,0
14 14.9 10,0 5.0 10,040,0
15 15.9 11,0 5.0 11,0   45.0
16 16,9 13.0 6,0 13.0 50,0
17 17.9 14,0 6,0 14,0 55.0
18 18.9 16,0 7,0 16.065.0
19 19.9 18.0 8,0 18.070,0
20 21.9 20.0 9,0 20.080,0
22 24.9 24,0 10, 0 24,095.0
25 29.9 30,0 12, 0 30,0120,0
30 34,9 45.0 15, 0 45.0175.0
35 39,9 60,0 20, 0 60,0  240,0
40 44,9 80,0 22, 0 80,0 310,0
45 49,9 100, 0 25, 0 100, 0 400.0
50 59,9 125, 0 30, 0 125, 0500.0
60 69,9 180, 0 34, 0 180, 0710,0
70 79,9 240, 0 38, 0 240, 0960,0
80 89,9 320, 0 45, 0 320.01.250,0
90 99.9 410, 0 45, 0 410, 01.600.0
100 119, 9 500, 0 50, 0 500, 01.950,0
120 150, 0 600, 0 50, 0 600, 0 2.500, 0
2.2.6
Solomon cannons with cartridge

cartridges
external diameter utility load
-maximum allowable-chargingin mmin gin gBöllerpulverVorlagepowder Schrot
18 5.0 5.0 5.050,0
23 15.0 8,0 15.070,0
26 20.0 10, 0 20.090,0
30 30,0 12, 0 30,0 120, 0
40 40,0 18, 0 40,0200,0
46 60,0 22, 0 60,0280,0
50 80,0 24, 0 80,0330,0
57 100, 0 26, 0 110, 0 430, 0
64 150, 0 30, 0 150, 0550,0
75 350, 0 30, 0 350, 0750,0
81 350, 0 30, 0 350, 0750.0
2.2.7
For other diameters, the load data between two adjacent diameters Linear-to-interpolate diameters.
2.3
Gasböller
2.3.1
Gasböller are with propane- or butane gas or other alkanes. They must be durable and functionally reliable and meet the following technical requirements:
2.3.2
The gas-böllers ' space exposed to the explosion pressure shall be subject to the following conditions: Technical rules for pressure vessels (TRB) may be designed to be at least 10 bar. Mechanical damage to the device must not occur.
2.3.3
The device must have a dosing device that can be used after a certain amount of gas has been delivered.
2.3.4
The device must have an electrical ignition.
2.3.5
The feed devices used to operate the gas arc and their connections must be gas-tight and meet the requirements of the technical rules of liquefied petroleum gas 1988
2.3.6
The requirements according to points 2.3.2 to 2.3.5 are not checked if the Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt examines the device type and the Examination of complaints has not been made. In such a case, the examination of the competent authority shall be limited to the determination of whether the type and method of operation of the Böller submitted for examination is in conformity with the type examined.
3
Technical requirements for items according to § 7 of the law
3.1
Firearms, insertion runs, inserts for the purposes of points 1.1 to 1.3, they must be durable, dimensionally stable and functionally safe.
3.2
The test subject must be accompanied by the attached documents, in particular the drawings submitted.
3.3
3.3.1
The dimensions of the The cartridge or cartridge bearing and the barrel must correspond to the dimensions specified in the scales.
3.3.2
If there are no scrubbing machines in the scale, or The dimensions must correspond to the manufacturer ' s specifications and to the dimensions of L1, L2, R, R1, P1, P1, P2, and H1 of the intended ammunition as defined in the scales. The dimensions L3 and H2 can be adapted to the folding of the cartridge.
3.4
The strength properties of the materials used, in particular those at the highest level of stress, are the same. Parts must be sufficient to meet the expected loads. The shelling shall be carried out as follows:
3.4.1
In the case of firearms pursuant to § 7 (1) sentence 2 no. 1 of the law, insertion runs and inserts with shallow cartridges, which follow the following: Point 1.2.3 in connection with the gas pressure prescribed by the scales, or, in the absence of a coating cartridge, with five cartridges of the type which develop the highest gas pressure.
3.4.2
in firearms for one-time shooting in accordance with § 7 paragraph 1 sentence 2 no. 2 of the law by shooting down five devices of the same type,
3.4.3
in Schussapparaten with ten bombardons or cartridges that develop the gas pressure prescribed in accordance with point 1.2.3 in conjunction with the scales, or, if no , with ten use cartridges or cartridges with the strongest charge, if at the same time measures are taken to achieve the gas pressure within the meaning of point 1.2.3,
3.4.4
in the official control according to § 22 with two cartridges or cartridges according to point 3.4.1 and/or Number 3.4.3.
3.4.5
After shelling at the most stressed parts, the object of the test must not have any stretching, cracks or other defects. No cracks may occur on the sleeve, with the exception of small longitudinal cracks on the sleeve mouth. In addition, the firing pin must not perforate the sleeve bottom. This does not, however, apply to shouting apparatus in which the sleeve is ejected into the combustion chamber. In the case of firearms pursuant to Section 7 (1) sentence 2 no. 2 of the Act, function-related form changes and cracks are permissible, provided they do not present a danger to the user.
3.4.6
For the official control according to § 22, the test items are indiscriminately taken out of the running production or the warehouse.
3.5
3.5.1
Firearms, Schusapparatuses, non-portable devices, other non-portable devices in which to The drive in sleeves is used for technical purposes, and the insertion runs and inserts installed in firearms must be easy to load and unload. Sleeves of ammunition and magazines fired, regardless of the number of cartridges or cartridges fired, must be removed easily and without danger. Firearms, shouting apparatus and non-portable devices, other non-portable devices in which The use of propellant charges placed in sleeves and intended for technical purposes must not be unintentionally triggered either during loading or during unloading. Insertion runs must be such that, after installation in weapons intended for them, they do not lead to unintended triggering during loading or unloading. Equipment and non-portable equipment, other non-portable devices in which propellant charges are used for driving in sleeves and intended for technical purposes shall not cause an explosion or recoil, which shall: can be avoided according to the state of the art. The shuffling apparatus must also be held in the event of a release without being convulsed. The shuffling apparatus must be sufficiently secure against unintentional triggering during trimming, pushing, pressing and traps.
3.5.2
Schussapparate, which is intended for a variety of solid bodies-with the exception of flax throwing equipment-will become classes A and B after the maximum attainable speed and energy . The speed is the average speed of a test bolt after passing through a thin aluminum alloy test plate between two points 0.5 m and 1.5 m from the points of the trajectory which are remote from the mouth. Class A includes
3.5.2.1
Schusapparatuses in which the mean value of the speed is 100 m/s and the upper share limit for unilateral delimitation of 95% of the total value of the the population does not exceed 110 m/s at a level of confidence of 95%;
3.5.2.2
Other scrubbing apparatus in which the mean value of the speed is 100 m/s, or the upper share limit for one-sided delimitation for 95% of the population exceeds 110 m/s at a level of confidence of 95%, but the mean of the speed of 160 m/s and the upper share limit for one-sided delimitation 95% of the total Do not exceed the basic population at a confidence level of 95% 176 m/s, and the mean value of the impact energy is less than 420 Y.
3.5.2.3
Class B includes other scrubbing apparatus intended to close solid bodies.
3.5.2.4
The highest speed is based on the classification of the shouting apparatus , which can be achieved with commercially available ammunition and intended accessories. In each case, the most powerful charge of all cartridges or cartridges can be taken into account, which can be loaded without use of force. If different intermediate elements (pistons) belong to the scouting apparatus, the intermediate element must also be used, with which the highest speed results due to the intra-ballistic conditions.
3.5.3
Schussapparate, which are designed to move solid bodies-except canvas throwing devices-,
3.5.3.1
must not be released into the free space without the improper use of tools or the adoption of changes,
3.5.3.2
should not be triggered except for the shot apparatus caused by a blow with the hammer, without having to use a force before the trigger is activated, the At least 1.5 times its weight but not less than 50 N, pressed against the working surface.
3.5.4
Class A scusher by number 3.5.2.2 shall not be allowed to trigger if the axis and the vertical to the working surface form an angle of more than 15 °.
3.5.5
Class B shooting apparatus may not be released if the axis and the vertical to the working surface form an angle of more than 7 °.
3.5.6
Class B shooting apparatus, which is used for the purpose of The insertion of a solid body into a material must be provided with a protective cap which protects the user against rebound, splinter or other looseful solid bodies. This also applies to special protection caps. The minimum distance between the edge of the protective cap and the axis of the drill hole must be at least 50 mm for a centric setting.
3.5.7
Shut apparatus intended to be used for this purpose, to drive fixed bodies, which do not separate from the scrubbing apparatus, must be provided with a device which reliably intercepts the solid body. These firing apparatus must be secured against an unintended release on the case of the case of the mouth from a height of 1.50 m. For shouting apparatus, which are tensioned by a separate operation before the triggering by hand, this applies both in the tensioned and untensioned state.
3.5.8
Insofar as the operation of the apparatus is not possible, the control unit is in the position of the hand. These shouting apparatuses are tensioned by hand prior to the application and release by a separate operation, they need only be secured in untensioned state against unintended triggering during tripping and pushing.
3.5.9
Non-portable self-shot devices used for driving in sleeves are used for technical purposes and may be used for technical purposes. Do not use cartridge ammunition without abusive acceptance of changes.
3.6
No use of approved propellant charges for use of approved propellant charges. The fire jet is produced, which can lead to fire injuries if the operation is properly operated. The fastening elements for the lees must be guided in the device in such a way that they cannot lead to the user's handling of the hand when properly operated.
4
Technical requirements for Schreckschuss-, Reizstoff-und Signal Arms according to § 8 of the law
4.1
Schreckschuss-, Reizstoff-und Signalwaffen mit einem diameter (P1) des Kartuschenlager smaller than 6 mm, from which only cartridges with a length (L6) smaller than 7 mm have been shot They must be durable, dimensionally stable and functionally reliable.
4.2
The design of the firearm is based on the following technical requirements according to § 8 (2) (4) and (5) of the Law to be made:
4.2.1
Over the entire length of the tube corresponding to the barrel, except for a length corresponding to the inside diameter of the tube, at the Muzzle, locks must be installed, which are not to be removed with commonly used tools.
4.2.2
In cartridge bearings, cartridge ammunition may be installed in accordance with the Neither to load nor to fire up to scale. In magazines of pistols and in drum bores of revolvers, no commercially available cartridge ammunition may be charged in accordance with the scales which can be ignited in the cartridge chamber. Accordingly, the magazine shafts may only be able to accommodate magazines set up for cartridge ammunition.
4.2.3
cartridge storage and pipe must be at least 30 °. mutually inclined or offset in relation to each other in such a way that the firing pin cannot ignite commercially available ammunition with a larger diameter (H2) than 5 mm, which is used centrally in relation to the tube.
4.2.4
In the case of weapons according to point 4.1 with an inclined cartridge bearing, it is possible to dispense with the installation of locks, provided that there is no higher energy than 7.5 J to move solid bodies.
4.2.5
In the case of revolvers, the discharge openings of the drum must be constricted and offset with respect to the cartridge bearings.
4.2.6
In the case of weapons with offset cartridges, the tube has to be fixed in order to remove it in order to insert a centric barrel, including a cartridge chamber,
4.2.7
In the case of equipment and additional parts used for signalling using pyrotechnic ammunition, the projectile shall not be longer than 1.75 times the length of the projectile. of its diameter, or 1.2 times its length. The average discharge gas pressure required for the drive, measured directly in front of the drive side of the pyrotechnic ammunition, must not exceed the critical gas pressure value of 50 bar. A screwed-on additional barrel for pyrotechnic ammunition must, in conjunction with a weapon, ensure that pyrotechnic ammunition without a self-drive receives an initial speed of at least 20 m/s and that the weapon is assigned to the weapon is unique on the basis of appropriate labelling.
4.3
In the case of firearms, which can be made up of several parts and can be taken apart, it is necessary to ensure It is not possible to shoot with the individual parts.
4.4
A reason for failure in accordance with Section 8 (2) (4) of the Act is not given when the reprocessing the firearm
4.4.1
with common tools only the effect can be achieved that to move fixed bodies no higher energy than 7,5 J
4.4.2
will fall apart the weapon or essential parts of the weapon.
5
Technical Requirements for Pyrotechnic Ammunition according to § 10 of the Law
5.1
The pyrotechnic Ammunition, including the drive device connected to it, must comply with the following requirements:
5.1.1
Pyrotechnic ammunition must be such that: it is safe to handle when used in the intended manner; their sentences must not fall out or dissolve.
5.1.2
Pyrotechnic ammunition must be used against mechanical Stresses to which they are usually exposed when handling or during transport are secured by the nature of their packaging.
5.1.3
The amount of the amount of the material to be used in the packaging Pyrotechnic ammunition must be designed, arranged and distributed in such a way that the loads normally encountered during transport or handling thereof do not raise any risk of danger.
5.1.4
The firing devices of pyrotechnic ammunition must be clearly visible and reliably protected against accidental inflammation, in particular by protective caps or equivalent devices or by the manner of their packaging.
5.1.5
The pyrotechnic sentences in pyrotechnic ammunition shall not be self-flammable; four-week storage at + 55 ° C and ≤ 20% relative humidity (climate 55/20 DIN 50015, August 1975 edition) must not cause any changes in the sentences and in the subject matter, which mean a risk increase. If the pyrotechnic ammunition contains different sets of sentences, the components of these sentences must not be able to react to one another, which leads to self-ignition.
5.1.6
The pyrotechnic sentences in pyrotechnic ammunition may not contain the following substances:
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Chlorate together with metals, antimony sulfides or potassium hexacyanoferrate (II),
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ammonium salts or Amines together with chlorates, except in smoke-producing mixtures, if sufficient stability is ensured by their composition
5.1.7
If the pyrotechnic ammunition contains several permissible sets, they are to be arranged so that no mixtures of the type mentioned in item 5.1.6 can be created.
5.1.8
In the sets of pyrotechnic munitions containing chlorates, the proportion of chlorates must not exceed 70%. In the case of bariumchlorate base and in pipe etching, the proportion of chlorate may be increased to 80%.
5.1.9
Bullet or bullet residues from perpendicular to Pyrotechnic ammunition fired at the top shall not fall on the ground in a burning or glowing manner; they shall be obtained no later than five metres above the ground. In the case of pyrotechnic projectiles without self-propelling, intended for displacement from the tube or screwed-on auxiliary barrel (skewing cups) of shockshot and signal weapons, this requirement relates to an initial speed of 20
5.1.10
pyrotechnic ammunition must be designed to withstand a minimum gas pressure of 65 bar at the bottom of the ammunition.
5.2
Class classification of pyrotechnic ammunition in PM I or PM II
5.2.1
pyrotechnic ammunition is the Assign Class PM I if
5.2.1.1
does not contain a knob set
5.2.1.2
the mass of their pyrotechnic movements and their propellant charge together no more than 10 g,
5.2.1.3
does not exceed 100 m of their height,
5.2.1.4
even if the ignition is unintentional, it will not be disassembled into sharp-edged pieces of throwing,
5.2.1.5
cannot be caused to explode by fire and
5.2.1.6
it cannot be caused to explode by impact.
5.2.2
If one of the requirements of item 5.2.1 is not met, the pyrotechnic ammunition is to be assigned to the PM II class.
5.3
Caliber requirements for pyrotechnic ammunition
5.3.1
The diameter of the pyrotechnic ammunition must be the diameter of the barrel or tube of the firearm from which it is to be fired.
5.3.2
In the case of projectiles that move out of the tube, or The diameter of the projectiles must be the inside diameter of the corresponding tube or the screwed-on additional run (shooting cup), the diameter of the projectiles being determined by the screwed-on additional barrel (shooting cup) of the shockshot, the irritant or the signal weapons. .
5.4
Gas pressure requirements for pyrotechnic ammunition
5.4.1
The gas pressure must be dimensioned in the case of pyrotechnic cartridge ammunition in such a way that misreactions in the pyrotechnic system of the projectile are excluded.
5.4.2
The one of the Cartridge ammunition developed gas pressure must not exceed the maximum allowable pressure.
6
Technical requirements for converted and unusable firearms or articles produced from firearms in accordance with § 9 (1) (1) and (2) of the Law
6.1
Definition
6.1.1
Firearms as defined in § 9 para. 1 No. 1 of the Act in conjunction with Appendix 2 Section 2 Subsection 2 No. 1.5 of the Weapons Act are changed long arms for Zier-or Collectors ' purposes, theatre performances, film or television footage that can only shoot cartridge ammunition.
6.1.2
Unusable firearms or out of use Firearms manufactured articles within the meaning of section 9 (1) (2) in conjunction with Appendix 1, Section 1, Subsection 1, point 1.4, of the Weapons Act are weapons which are subject to authorization, which are permanently modified in such a way that neither ammunition nor Load or drop propellant charges.
6.2
Firearms remodeling and testing requirements in accordance with point 6.1.1.
6.2.1
Firearms must be modified or executed in such a way that
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The cartridge store is permanently modified so that no other cartridges, pyrotechnic ammunition or propellant charges can be used in addition to cartridge ammunition according to Table 5 of the scales. loading and firing,
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the run in the third-third of at least six caliber-sized, forward-facing, uncovered holes or other has equivalent running changes and is sealed in front of the same in the direction of the running mouth with a caliber-sized hardened steel pin permanently by welding at a distance of half the caliber diameter in front of the mouth, so that no Pre-load projectiles
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the barrel is firmly connected to the chassis, if it is a weapon in which the barrel is replaced without the use of tools
6.2.2
The changes must be made in such a way that they are not rolled back with commonly used tools and the objects are not can be modified in such a way that bullets, cartridges or pyrotechnic ammunition can be fired from them.
6.2.3
The written application for approval is a Samples and drawings showing the way in which the rebuilding measure is to be used, indicating the materials used. This pattern shall be deposited at the point of approval.
6.2.4
The applicant shall receive a letter of approval for the verified weapons model with the condition that: To apply the approval mark according to Appendix II, Figure 11, with the assigned code number on each weapon.
6.2.5
If the item is a single item, each weapon is to examine the conversion measures in accordance with points 6.2.1 and 6.2.2. The respective number is to be found below the label according to Appendix II, Figure 11.
6.2.6
In addition, converted firearms are subject to a fire check in accordance with § 3 of the law, with the exception of firearms in accordance with § 4 (1) no. 2.
6.3
Unusable firearms or articles manufactured from firearms shall be subjected to the following conditions: Number 6.1.2
6.3.1
Firearms are unusable when
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The cartridge store is permanently changed so that no ammunition or propellant charges can be loaded,
-
the lock has been rendered inoperative permanently,
-
in handles or other Essential parts of the weapon for hand-firing, the triggering mechanism has been rendered incapable of functioning permanently,
-
in the course of the course of the course, the whole length of the barrel, in the case of pistols in the cartridge chamber,
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, a continuous slot of at least one 4 mm width or
-
at a distance of 30 mm each, but at least three of the holes or
-
other equivalent running changes
-
in the case of long-range weapons, immediately in the Third
-
at least six large holes or
-
-
other equivalent running changes
and is welded and permanently sealed in front of these in the direction of the running mouth with a caliber-sized hardened steel pin
6.3.2
Firearms or their essential parts are then permanently rendered unusable if their fireability or function with general
6.3.3
The written application for approval is a pattern and drawings, from which the type and The use of the materials used must be accompanied by a method of making the use of the materials used. This pattern shall be deposited at the entry point.
6.3.4
The applicant shall receive a letter of approval for the tested weapon model with the condition that: Registration marks according to Appendix II Figure 11 with the assigned code number on each weapon.
6.3.5
If the item is a single item, each weapon shall be marked with a single piece of equipment. to examine the conversion measures in accordance with points 6.3.1 and 6.3.2. The respective identification number shall be placed below the sign in accordance with Annex II, Figure 11.
6.3.6
The provisions of points 6.3.1 to 6.3.5 are also applicable to the objects made from firearms.
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Annex II Bullet marks, audit marks

(find: BGBl. I 2006, 1500-1503; of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)

1
Bundeseagle with Key letters
(§ 9 paragraph 2)

N

bombardment

in firearms or in parts subject to the highest claim in accordance with § 2 para. 2 of the law, which is intended for the displacement of ammunition with nitropulvers. are

V

Enhanced fire bombardment

for weapons with smooth runs or most heavily loaded parts according to § 2 para. 2 of the law, which is intended for the displacement of ammunition with excessive gas pressure are

SP

bombardment

for firearms or most heavily loaded parts according to § 2 para. 2 of the law, which are intended for the difference of black powder

L

Beschuss

in the case of firearms or the most highly stressed parts according to § 2 para. 2 of the Act, in which an flammable liquid or gaseous mixture or propellant charge is used for propulsion.

J

Maintenance bombardings

for firearms or highly stressed parts according to § 2 para. 2 of the law, which are to be re-examined pursuant to § 3 para. 2 of the law

F

Volunteer fire

§ 6 para. 2

B

bombardess

Böllern
2

Handguns test marks for the displacement of steel scrap munitions with increased cargo (§ 9 para. 3 No.2)


3
Local character of the competent authorities
(§ 9 para. 3 No. 1)

Hannover

Kiel

Cologne

Mellrichstadt

München

Suhl

Ulm



4
Checkmark for ammunition
(§ 32 para. 2 no. 4)

Hannover

Kiel

Cologne

Mellrichstadt

Munich

Suhl

Ulm



 Figure 5
Approval marks for handguns, shuffling apparatus and insertion runs according to § 7 of the law and for non-portable devices according to § 24 para. 1
 Figure 6
Approval mark for type-tested chilling shot-, Irritant and signal weapons according to § 8 (1) of the law and additional equipment to these weapons for the purpose of firing pyrotechnic projectiles
Figure 7
Admission character for pyrotechnic ammunition according to § 10 para. 1 of the law
Figure 8
A test mark pursuant to section 25 (2) for devices according to § 24 paragraph 1. The number in the smaller square is the two last digits of the year, the one-digit number in the direction of the run-off the quarter.

Figure 9
Checkmark of the Procurement agencies
for the Bundeswehr, the federal police and the riot police of the countries
(§ 9 para. 1 sentence 2)

bombardment

for firearms that are Bundesamt für Wehrtechnik und procurement were fired

First bombardment

in firearms, which are used by the Ordinance pursuant to Section 58 (1) of the Federal Police Act (Federal Police Act), certain federal police authorities were fired

Maintenance bombardment

in firearms that are used by the The legal regulation pursuant to Section 58 (1) of the German Federal Police Act (Bundespolice gesetz) was once again bombted by the federal police force.
Figure 10
Firearms license plates whose bullets have a kinetic energy of is granted no more than 7.5 J (§ 7 (1) sentence 2 no. 1 and § 9 para. 2 sentence 1 no. 1 of the law)

11
Approval marks after type examinations according to § 9 para. 1 of the law

Hannover

Kiel

Cologne

Mellrichstadt

Munich

Suhl

Ulm

Berlin
When single-piece checks are performed, the code number is not placed inside, but outside directly on the mark of Fig. 11

Figure 12
approval marks according to § 9 para. 2 no. 2 to no. 4 of the law

Elektroimpulsgeräte

Reizstoffe
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Appendix III test rules for cartridge and cartridge munitions

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2006, 1504-1522;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote) symbols and their meaning
d (deep) D
Diameter of the pressure transducer
d (deep) M
diameter of the print pickup Measuring hole
d (deep) L
The diameter of the barrel at the point of the measuring bore
d (deep) S
diameter of the pressure transfer punch
G (deep) 1
projectile diameter on Sleeve mouth
L (deep) 3
Length of sleeve by dimension panels
L (deep) c
Length of measurement run with Cartridge bearings
P (deep) u, P () o
lower or upper limit gas pressure for the selection of the upsetting cylinder and the pressure transfer punch
P (deep) max
allowed maximum gas pressure value after the scales
P (deep) n
from a sample of n measured cartridges, calculated mean value of the gas pressure
P (deep) M
from the Cartridge for Schussapparate developed gas pressure
a/b
Coefficient/exponent for description of gas pressure of cartridges
V (high) + (deep) n
the volume fraction of the combustion chamber escaping to the cartridge chamber
V (deep) a
Additional volume between Pistons and cartridge bearings
E (deep) max
allowed maximum value of energy by scale
E (deep) n
from a sample of n measured cartridges, calculated mean of energy
E (deep) shelling
Minimal Energy of cluster munitions for long arms with drawn runs
k (deep) 1,n
share factor for the share limit for unilateral demarcation of 99% of the population a confidence level of 95%
k (deep) 2,n
share factor for the one-sided demarcation of 95% of the population at a confidence level of 95%
k (deep) 3.n
Sharp share for the one-sided delimitation for 90% of the population at a confidence level of 95%
S (deep) n
Standard deviation of a sample from n measured
1
Approval Check (Type Check)
1.1
On approval, check
-
to match the dimensions of the measurement devices used for factory control with the Rules of scale and point 5 of this Appendix, if calibration is not possible,
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The accuracy of the gas pressure meters using the Comparative cartridges with the aid of standard measurement runs or with other equivalent methods,
-
the teaching and equipment for the examination of the ammunition Dimensional accuracy,
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the weapons that are intended to control functional security.
1.2
For the exam, the lot is made up of at least 3,000 pieces. The minimum size can be undershot for special reasons. The test for an ammunition type, of which less than 3,000 pieces have been produced, must be carried out at a level equal to that of the smaller number of ammunition. The minimum number is for the
1.3
The test of the ammunition is carried out according to the method of factory control (number 2) and with twice the number of pieces.
1.4
The ammunition is selected from a lot whose laboratory is expected to have the highest gas pressure for the submitted type of ammunition.
1.5
The first import of an ammunition type from states with which the mutual recognition of the marks is not agreed, will be included in the scope of the law Point 1.3.
1.6
The examination of a type of ammunition in accordance with points 1.3 and 1.4 may be repeated if the first examination has made complaints and the Manufacturer calling for this.
2
factory control
2.1
The quantity of an approved munition to be subjected to the factory control and forming a test flee must not exceed
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500.000 pieces for central fire ammunition,
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1,500,000 pieces for edge fire ammunition.
2.2
sampling
2.2.1
The removal is to be made indiscriminately. The samples must be representative of the lot that is subject to the check.
2.3
Sample size:
1.2.1dimensional and visual check verification 20 Pieces,
1.2.2Gas Pressure Check10 Pieces,
1.2.3Function security review10 pieces.
Review Lot size

up to
35.000 *)
35.001
to
150,000
150.001
to
500.000
500.001
to
1.500.000
a) Review of dimensional accuracy and visual inspection 125 200 315500
b) Gas Pressure Check 20 30 3050
c) Validation of functional reliability 20 32 32 50
d) Check functional safety for cartridge ammunition for Schreckschuss, Reizstoff-und Signalwaffen50
*)
For smaller lot sizes up to 3,000 pieces, the sample sizes for the letters a, b and c are Linear up to 20, 10 and 10 to be reduced linearly.
12 cartridges of the strongest charge are taken as a sample for the gas pressure testing of cartridges for shuffling apparatus.
2.4
The unit numbers prescribed for factory checks can be reduced if the marketing authorisation holder has an effective quality assurance system. The latter shall submit a test plan to the competent authority. The competent authority shall approve the change in unit numbers where the quality assurance system ensures the dimensional accuracy, functional safety and compliance with the prescribed gas pressure or energy value and the View review did not yield.
3
Authorities Control
3.1
The official control according to § 34 para. 1 is carried out according to the following procedure:
3.1.1
at Manufacturers
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Controls of testing facilities according to the procedure specified in point 1.1,
-
Check whether factory checks have been carried out, based on the records of the results of these checks,
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Taking an audit by the factory control procedure
3.1.2
on the providers
-
Check whether the certificates referred to in § 34 (2) are present,
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Check whether manufacturer's factory controls have been carried out due to manufacturer's test logs
-
Taking a check by the factory control procedure for each type of munition imported.
4
Single Checks and Allowed Number of Errors
4.1
Visual Review
4.1.0
The escaped munition must be checked for the following characteristics and errors:
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the mandatory labeling on each cartridge,
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incorrect calibre,
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Longitudinal Cracks at the Sleeve Mouth,
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longitudinal and transverse tears,
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Broche of the case bottom.
Incorrect or missing calibre, longitudinal cracks at the tube mouth of more than 3 mm length, longitudinal and transverse cracks, and ruptures of the sleeve bottom are In the case of the mandatory marking on each cartridge, no errors and, in the case of longitudinal cracks at the tube mouth of up to 3 mm in length, are the error numbers 2, 3, 5 and, depending on the batch size, in the order indicated in point 2.3. 8.
4.1.1
The smallest packaging unit of the extracted ammunition shall be checked for the following characteristics and defects:
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the label prescribed in Section 24 (3) of the Weapons Act and under § 39,
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Mixing cartridges of different types in the same smallest packaging unit.
Error in the calibre specification, the information given in section 16 (1), no. 1, 2, 4 and 5, and in the case of the Information pursuant to § 29 (1) (4), (5) and (6) and (4) as well as the mixing of cartridges of various types shall not be granted. For the rest of the marking, the same number of defects shall be permitted depending on the lot size as in point 4.1.1 sentence 3.
4.1.2
If the error and defect numbers allowed in points 4.1.1 and 4.1.2 are found to be exceeded, the lot will be returned to the repair.
4.2
Measurement of the dimensional accuracy
4.2.1
When checking the dimensional accuracy, check if
-
the cartridge dimensions specified in the technical annex are the values specified in the scales, including the tolerances for the maximum cartridge for the minimum cartridge or in the case of § 31 (4) correspond to the values indicated by the manufacturer; the test can be carried out with the aid of cartridge test tubes, the total length L (deep) 3 of cartridges according to Table 5 of the scales according to their displacement from a measuring run
-
does not protrude beyond the bottom of the sleeve.
4.2.2
If flaws are detected, the lot will be returned for rework and can be presented for a later review.
4.3
Testing the gas pressure or kinetic energy
4.3.1
The measurements and the test evaluation for Gas pressure and energy shall be carried out in accordance with point 5. The results must comply with the pressure and energy limits allowed according to the scales, as long as they are specified.
4.3.2
The gas pressure measurement is under normal conditions. Test conditions at
-
a temperature of 21 degrees C +-1 degree C and
-
of a relative humidity of 60% +-5%
. Immediately before the gas pressure test as part of the approval test, the ammunition is this test condition 24 hours for long. The factory control can be carried out under conditions of use. In case of doubt, the result of the test is to be repeated with air-conditioned ammunition under normal test conditions.
4.3.3
If the calculated upper share limit exceeds the maximum permissible value of the gas pressure by not more than 25%, a repeat test shall be allowed with the number of patronage extended to twice the maximum number of patronage. In the case of cartridges for shedding apparatus, the repeat test shall be carried out with twelve cartridges. If the result of the repeat test does not meet the requirements, the ammunition of this lot shall not be allowed to be distributed.
4.4
Functional Safety Check
4.4.1
The functional security check within the scope of the The approval test, the factory control and the control of the authorities shall be subject to the use of a test piece or an officially tested weapon, the dimensions of which are the dimensions of the scales or in the case of § 31 (4) the manufacturer's specified Values are to be performed. For the safety test of the cartridges for weapons with smooth running (smooth runs), a weapon is used, in which the dimensions of the bearing and of the closure distance are of maximum dimensions. In the case of factory checks, the functional safety can be checked using a weapon, the dimensions of which have been recognised by the competent authority. The dimensions of the test area and the weapons shall be recorded by the competent authority.
4.4.2
The following errors may not occur:
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outflow of gas to the rear from the closure due to cracks in the case floor,
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Spending the bullet or parts of it in the barrel,
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Break of the sleeve, which is completely or completely free.
-
-
Bersten of the case floor.
If these defects are detected, the lot must be returned and can be returned to a later date after repair. to be re-examined. In the case of cartridge ammunition for rubbings, irritant and signal weapons, the cover, parts of the cover or the closure of the cartridges in the course of the weapon shall not be placed at most once in the case of a sample of 50 pieces. The functional testing of these munitions is to be carried out with the runs shown in Figure 3
5
Testing the gas pressure, Energy value, coin pulse, and speed
5.1
Gas Pressure Measurement
5.1.1
The The internal dimensions of the measuring run, which influence the gas pressure, must be consistent with the dimensions specified in the scales within the tolerances given in Table 1. The measurement test of the measurement runs is carried out with the aid of measuring systems which allow direct access to the values to be measured. The closure distance shall not be greater than 0.1 mm. The length of the measuring run, which affects the kinetic energy, is to be consistent with the measure specified in Table 1 of the Technical Annex within the tolerances mentioned.
5.1.2
The distance between the axes of the measuring holes from the butt floor is to be measured in accordance with Table 2.
5.1.3
The measurement The gas pressure of cartridge ammunition must be carried out in accordance with the provisions of section 31 (2).
5.1.4
The gas pressure of cartridge ammunition-as far as this is permissible The maximum value of P (deep) in the scales is indicated-and the comparison cartridge according to point 2.1.1.2 of Appendix I is to be measured by means of a mechanical-electrical transducer.
5.2
Dam
5.2.1
The combinations of pressure transfer punches specified in Table 3 are The use of copper dust cylinders under the following conditions: the use and use of ammunition of a type of ammunition shall be measured with the same combination of pressure transfer punches and upsetting cylinders as shown in columns 5 and 6 in Table 3. Filling in the boundary case two combinations of these requirements, the upsetting cylinder shall be selected with the larger dimensions. In those cases where the selection areas directly adjoin one another, it must be P (deep) u < = P (deep) o, for the cluster munitions P (deep) o, for the cluster munitions P (deep) u < = 1.3 P (deep) max < P (deep) o. For all ammunition, for which 240 bar < = P (deep) max < 600 bar, the pressure transfer stamp is 6.18 mm in diameter, in all other cases, that of 3.91 mm diameter. For ammunition, for which P (deep) max < 240 bar, are damp cones 5 x 13 without pressure transfer stamp.
5.2.2
The diameters specified in Table 3, columns 1, 2 and 3, and the masses of the pressure transfer rams and their minimum output guide lengths are to be kept. The width of the ring gap between the pressure transfer stamp and the stamp guide bushing must not exceed 0.002 mm below and 0.006 mm in length.
5.2.3
The diameter of the measuring bore, which is located in front of or below the end face of the pressure transfer die, must deviate from its diameter d (deep) s by not more than 1.0 mm. The measuring bore shall not be longer than 3 mm in the axis. If d (deep) s > 0.6 dL, the diameter of the measuring bore at the end face of the pressure transfer die should be constricted conically at an angle of 60 degrees to 3 mm diameter (FIG. 1). Tolerances of diameters up to + 0.2 mm are permissible. The sleeves of the cartridge or cartridge ammunition must be provided with boreholes in such a way that they are as concentric as possible to the measuring bore after the loading. The diameter of the bore is 3 mm in the case of ammunition for weapons with smooth runs, 2 mm for all other ammunition. The measuring holes are to be filled with silicone paste with a cone penetration between 180 and 210 (DIN 51580, April 1989) *) and a density of 1 g/ccm. The height of the upsetting body is with a permissible deviation of +-0,005 mm with a A micrometer, a dial gauge or a measuring probe can be determined and the associated pressure of the accompanying upsetting table or curve can be taken or calculated by means of a corresponding equation (compensation polynomial). -----
*)
Published by the Beuth-Verlag Berlin and Cologne and at the German Patent Office in Munich
5.3
Mechanical-electrical converters for the measurement of the gas pressure of central fire cartridge ammunition for weapons with smooth Runs
5.3.1
As a rule, the gas pressure of the cartridges by means of piezo-electric or equivalent pressure sensors in tangential or set-back installation methods is required. measure. It is also possible to use mechanical-electrical converters of a different type if a clear connection is known between their display and that of the above-mentioned devices. In any case, the display of the above-mentioned pressure sensors must be converted.
5.3.2
The diameter and depth of the measuring bores are dependent on the dimensions of the pressure sensor. Pickup and installation type. The installation shall be carried out in accordance with Figure 2.
5.3.3
The bore of the sleeve shall be carried out in accordance with FIGS. 2a and 2b. When suitable transducers are used in tangential fitting, it is also possible to measure without drilling the sleeve, provided that the height of the bottom cap does not exceed 22 mm (FIG. 2c). In the case of use cartridges with cardboard sleeve, the measured value must then be multiplied by 1.05.
5.3.4
Indirect measurement of the gas pressure at the measuring point II (S (deep) M = (162 +-0.5) mm). The measurement of the gas pressure at the measuring point II is carried out indirectly. For this purpose, the time of the passage of the propellant base is recorded by the cross-section at the measuring point II and the pressure prevailing at the measuring point I (S (deep) M, see Table 2) at the same time is measured. In addition to a mechanical-electrical transducer, the registration of the passage of the propellant base can also be carried out with another suitable measuring sensor, for example. For example, by means of a photodiode behind a quartz glass window.
5.3.5
Sensor properties:
5.3.6
Heat protection in front of the pressure transfer flare Reduction of the heat transfer to the membrane and pressure plate is a suitable disc at the bore of the sleeve heat-insulating, flexible material (e.g. B. PTFE) in front of the pressure transfer surface. In addition, tangentially built-in purchasers are to be protected against the cartridge by gluing a stretchable adhesive tape that spans the cartridge bore (see Figure 2a).
5.3.7
Amplifier:

Minimum sensitivity1.8 pC/bar
measurement range0 bar to max. 6,000 bar
Calibration scope300 bar to 1,800 bar
eigenfrequency> = 100 kHz
Deviation from linearity< = 1% of end value.
5.3.8
Electrical FilterBessel low-pass filter with a cut-off frequency of 20 kHz (-3 dB), N = 2 (-12 dB/octave).
5.4
Mechanical-electrical converter for measuring the gas pressure of Cartridge ammunition and the comparator cartridge according to 2.1.2 of Appendix I for black powder weapons and bumps
5.4.1
The gas pressure of cartridge ammunition with metal casings is to be measured with operators in the installed mode (Figures 5a and 5b in conjunction with Figure 2b). The measuring bores with silicone paste according to point 5.2.3 are to be filled. In the case of cartridge ammunition for Schreckschuss, Reizstoff-und signalling weapons approved in accordance with § 8 of the Act, the measurement in runs according to Figures 3a and 3b is to be carried out without the subpoena of a projectile. Cartridge ammunition for scrubbing apparatus is to be measured using a measuring run according to FIG. 5a and a piston according to FIG. 5b as a function of the additional volume. Disturbing natural oscillations of the measuring run are to be kept low by the choice of a sufficient wall thickness. In the area of the bumper, good sealing is to be ensured by the constructive measures according to FIG. 5a or by other suitable means. The evaluation is eliminated by the use of the Dixon test. a (V (high) + (deep) n + V (deep) a) (high) bundered.
5.4.2
The gas pressure of cartridge ammunition with cardboard or plastic sleeves of not less than 9 mm diameter and the A comparison cartridge for black powder weapons as set out in point 2.1 of Appendix I shall be measured with operators in a recessed or tangential installation with a bore in the sleeve (Figures 2a and 2b).
5.4.3
If black powder is charged or gas pressures are expected to be less than 1,000 bar, the following properties may be used by way of derogation from point 5.3.5:
cutoff frequency(-3 dB) > = 80 kHz
Deviation from linearity< = 0.1% of end value (full control)
Charge amplifier:
input resistance
> = 10 (high) 12 omega.
sensitivity2.0 pC/bar
measurement range 0 bar up to max. 2,500 bar
Calibration range100 bar to 1,000 bar.
5.4.4
In the case of cartridge ammunition, a filter according to item 5.3.8 is to be used. By way of derogation, the cut-off frequency of the low-pass filter in the case of cartridge ammunition is 10 kHz.
5.5
5.5
Measuring the energy value instead of the gas pressure or next to the gas pressure is the kinetic energy transferred to a specific projectile when the scales are used to determine the Movement energy of the projectiles is fixed.
5.5.1
If there is a corresponding cartridge ammunition in the same caliber (running diameter), the same Bullets and runs are used. Otherwise, flight bolts and test equipment shall be used in accordance with the following illustrations: Figure 4 for ammunition in Table 5 of the scales, with a flight pin of 4 g only for E (deep) max < = 100 J, Figure 5 for ammunition according to Table 6 of the Measurement panels.
5.5.2
The internal dimensions of the runs must also be within the tolerances specified in Table 1 with the dimensions specified in the scales. agree. The dimensions of the runs for cartridge ammunition for shot apparatus must also correspond to the dimensions set out in Figure 5. The running lengths according to Table 1 must be adhered to.
5.5.3
The determination of the kinetic energy is carried out by measuring the flight time between two 0,5 m and 1,5 m before the Outlet points of the trajectory (see Annex VI).
5.6
Evaluation of the measurements The evaluation of the measurements is carried out in accordance with the rules of statistical analysis. Quality control. The extent of the sample in the determination of mean and share limits is determined in accordance with point 2.3.The above factors for the determination of the share limit are shown in Table 4.
5.6.1
The requirements that in cluster munitions for weapons with drawn runs of the gas pressure medium value do not above and no single value more than 15% above the allowed Maximum

 P (deep) max is considered to be satisfied if
--------
P (deep) n < = P (deep) max
and in the case of central firing ammunition
--------
P (deep) n + k (deep) 1.n x S (deep) n < = 1.15 P (deep) max
and at edge fire ammunition
--------
P (deep) n + k (deep) 2,n x S (deep) n < = 1,15 P (deep) max
is.
5.6.2
The requirements that the gas pressure in cluster munitions for Kurzwaffen with drawn runs 30% above the maximum permissible value of the use gas pressure P (deep) max and that excessive overloading of the weapon is avoided, shall be deemed to be satisfied if
-------- P (deep) n > = 1.30 P (deep) max, -------- P (deep) n-k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n > = 1.15 P (deep) max and P (deep) n + k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n < = 1.50 P (deep) max
is.
5.6.3
The Requirements that the gas pressure in cluster munitions for long arms with drawn runs is 25% higher than the maximum permissible operating gas pressure P (deep) max, shall be deemed to be fulfilled if
 --------
P (deep) n > = 1.25 P (deep) max,
--------
P (deep) n-k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n > = 1.15 P (deep) max,
P (deep) n + k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n < = 1.40 P (deep) max and
E (deep) n > = E (deep) shelling
is.
5.6.4
The requirements that the gas pressure, in the case of weapons with smooth runs, the gas pressure medium value does not above and no individual value more than 15% above the maximum permissible value of the use gas pressure P (low) max, as specified in point 1.2.4 of Appendix I, according to the scales, are considered to be satisfied if
 --------
P (deep) n < = P (deep) max
--------
P (deep) n + k (deep) 2,n x S (deep) n < = 1,15 P (deep) max
is.
5.6.5
The requirements that the gas pressure in cluster munitions for the normal or the enhanced Checking for weapons with smooth runs of 30% above the maximum value of the use gas pressure P (deep) max, as specified in point 1.2.4 of Annex I, and that excessive overloading of the weapon is avoided, shall be deemed to be fulfilled if
        at the measurement point I of table 2
P (deep) n > = 1.30 P (deep) max
--------
and P (deep) n-k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n > = 1.15 P (deep) max
--------
and P (deep) n + k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n < = 1.70 P (deep) max
and at the measurement point II according to Table 2
P (deep) n + k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n < = 650 bar
, where for 1.15 P (deep) max and 1.30 P (deep) max to be used in each case the rounded values of the scales.
5.6.6
The requirements for the shallow cartridge according to point 1.2.3 of Appendix I, that the The mean value of the gas pressure at the measuring point II shall be at least 500 bar and that excessive overloading of the weapon is avoided, shall be deemed to be satisfied if
-------- P (deep) n > = 500 bar, -------- P (deep) n-k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n > = 450 bar -------- and P (deep) n + k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n < = 650 bar and at the measurement point I -------- P (deep) n + k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n < = 1,70 P (deep) max
is.
5.6.7
The requirements that the gas pressure medium value should not be greater than 15% above the maximum value of P (deep) max for cartridge use munitions not exceeding 15% if
 --------
P (deep) n < = P (deep) max
--------
and P (deep) n + k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n < = 1,15 P (deep) max
is.
5.6.8
The requirements that the gas pressure on cartridge bombshells 30% above the allowed The maximum usage gas pressure value is, and excessive overloading of the weapon is avoided,

 --------
P (deep) n > = 1.30 P (deep) max,
--------
P (deep) n-k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n > = 1.15 P (deep) max,
, and
--------
P (deep) n + k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n < = 1.7 P (deep) max
.
5.6.9
The requirements that use cluster munitions do not have the energy value above and no A single value of more than 7% above the maximum value of E (low) allowed by the scale, is considered to be satisfied if

 --------
E (deep) n < = E (deep) max
--------
and E (deep) n + k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n < = 1,07 E (deep) max
is.
5.6.10
Analog For gas pressure measurement, the requirements

 --------
E (deep) n > = 1,10 E (deep) max,
E (deep) n-k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n > = 1,07 E (deep) max
and E (deep) n + k (deep) 3.n x S (deep) n < = 1,25 E (deep) max
to fulfill.
attachment to Appendix III
1
Under Security to test dimensions
1.1
Weapons with pulled-out bullets, including cartridges for pistols and turrets, cartridges with edge fire ignition and cartridges for firearms and bolting equipment:
a)
L (deep) 3 =
Total length of the sleeve (maximum)
L (deep) 6 =
Total length of the cartridge case before the Shot
H (deep) 2 =
The diameter of the sleeve mouth, when cartridges are at the end of the cylindrical part (maximum)
G (deep) 1 =
Spare diameter at the sleeve mouth (maximum)
P (deep) 1 =
powder room diameter before the edge or in the Distance E from the case bottom for small-scale ammunition
R =
Thickness of the sleeve in small-scale ammunition.
These dimensions must be less than or equal to the size of the tube. the maximum dimensions prescribed in the scales. The specified tolerances must be adhered to.
b)
The distance L (deep) 3 + G (L (deep) 3: total length of the sleeve, cartridge maximum, G: distance between H (deep) 2 and F in the Cartridge bearing) taking into account the diameter of:
F:
diameter of the bore-field diameter (minimal cartridge mount)
G (deep) 1:
diameter at the beginning of the transition (cartridge mount minimal)
H (deep) 2:
diameter in the front part of the cartridge bearing (at the distance L (deep) 3) (cartridge bearing) minimal
andlengths of:
s:
Distance from H (deep) 2 to the end of the cylindrical part with diameter G (deep) 1 (minimal cartridge chamber)
G:
length of distance from H (deep) 2 to F (minimum cartridge storage) after a special Test method.
The controlled distance must be less than or equal to L (deep) 3 + G, as defined above.
c)
Dimensions that include the closure distance. affecting:

1.Patrons without edge with shoulder:
L (deep) 1:Length of sleeve bottom up to diameter P (deep) 2,Tolerance:-0,20 mm;
L (deep) 2:Length of sleeve bottom up to diameter H (deep) 1 of transition, Tolerance:-0,20 mm;
H (deep) 2:Diameter at the sleeve mouth in the Distance L (deep) 3,Tolerance:-0,20 mm.
2.Patrons with no edge, and Shoulder:
L (deep) 3:Length of sleeve,Tolerance:- 0.25 mm.
3.Patrons with edge:
R: thickness of the sleeve edge,Tolerance:-0.25 mm.
4.Patrons with Magnum case floor:
E: thickness of the case bottom,Tolerance:-0,20 mm.
5.Pistolenpatrons without shoulder:
L (deep) 3:Total length of sleeve,Tolerance:-0.25 mm.
6. Revolt cartridges:
R: thickness of the sleeve edge,Tolerance:-0,25
7.Boundary Fire Cartridges:
R: thickness of the sleeve edge,Tolerance:-0,18 mm.
These dimensions and tolerances, measured with the help of a suitable method, must be used in the " Handguns and ammunition " correspond and are to be checked separately
1.2
In the case of cartridges for weapons with smooth runs, the same applies to
d
= the diameter of the sleeve bottom cap,
t =
Thickness of the sleeve.
These dimensions and tolerances must be the same as those required in the scales.
2
To determine the type to be checked for weapons with drawn runs, including cartridges for pistols and revolvers, cartridges with fringe fire ignition and cartridges for Firearms and bolting sets:
L (deep) 1:
Length from sleeve bottom to Diameter P (deep) 2
L (deep) 2:
Length of sleeve bottom up to diameter H (deep) 1 of transition
L (deep) 3:
Total length of sleeve
L (deep) 6:
on cartridges whose total length is before shelling
R:
Thickness of the sleeve edge
R (deep) 1:
edge diameter
E:
Sleeve Bottom Thickness
P (deep) 1:
The sleeve's diameter at the end of the groove, edge, or Belt
P (deep) 2:
sleeve diameter in distance L (deep) 1
H (deep) 1:
diameter at the sleeve neck at the distance L (deep) 2
H (deep) 2:
diameter at the sleeve mouth at the distance L (deep) 3
G (deep) 1:
Sleeve Mouth Diameter.
The size E is the key to determining the position of the diameter P (deep) 1, except in the case of cartridges "Magnum" case bottom, where the value E must be strictly observed.
2.1
Patrons for weapons with smooth runs: The dimensions given in point 1.2 and also :I = the total length of the sleeve before the shot. Taking into account the tolerances, the measured dimensions must be within the limits prescribed in the scales. In addition, the sleeve must be easily fitted into a minimal cartridge bearing with the dimensions prescribed in the scales
1: Interior dimensions of the measurement runs
a)
Inner dimension-Tolerances for dragged rounds for central firing ammunition (Büchs and Kurds)

Linear dimensions
Size label F Z L (deep) 3 P (deep) 1
Tolerance in mm + 0.02 + 0,03 + 0.1 + 0.03
Size label P (deep) 2 H (deep 2) G (deep) 1
Tolerance in mm + 0.02 + 0.02 + 0,03
Transition Angle i
Angle range i < = 12 degrees i > 12 degrees
Tolerance- 5/60 i-1
A positive tolerance for i is also allowed as long as the following inequality is satisfied:

 G (deep) 1 is-F
tan i (deep) is < = ---------------- for pure conical transitions,
2 G + G (deep) 1
-H (deep) 2

G (deep) 1 is-F
tan i (deep) < = ---------------- tan i at cylindrical, conical
G (deep) 1-F
transitions.
The sizes indexed are measurement, the others are table values from the Scale.
b)
Inner dimension-Tolerances for smooth runs for central firing ammunition (Flint runs)

Linear dimensions
Size labelDiameter B (deep) min G (deep) min
Tolerance in mm + 0.1 + 0.05
Size labelDiameter D (deep) min H (deep) min
Tolerance in mm + 0.05 + 0.05
Size label T (deep) min L (deep) min i
Tolerance in mm + 0.05 + 2-30 '
The transition angle i (deep) is with i = 10 degrees +-30' set.
c)
Tolerances for drawn runs for edge fire cartridges

Linear Dimensions
Size label F Z L (deep) 3 P (deep) 1
Tolerance in mm + 0.02 + 0.02 + 0.1 + 0,03
 
Size label H (deep 2) R R (deep) 1
Tolerance in mm + 0.02 + 0.03 + 0.05
The transition angle i is tolerated with +-20
d)
Tolerances for smooth runs for edge fire cartridges

Linear Dimensions
Size label F = Z L (deep) 3 P (deep) 1 P (deep) 2
Tolerance in mm + 0.02 + 0.1 + 0.05 + 0.05
Size label H (deep) 2 G (deep) 1
Tolerance in mm + 0.05 + 0.03
Transition Angle i
Angle range i < = 12 degrees i > 12 degrees
Tolerance-5/60 i-1 degree
The maximum shutter distance for all measurement runs is 0.10 mm.
e)
Tolerances for Schreckschuss, Reizstoff-und Signal Artuschen, and Small scrap munition

Size label F = Z L (deep) 3 P (deep) 1 H (deep) 2
Tolerance H (deep) 8 H (deep) 11 H (deep) 8 H (deep) 8
 
Size label R R (deep) 1 G (deep) 1 i
Tolerance H (deep) 9 H (deep) 10 H (deep) 11 +-20
f)
run lengths

lfd.
no.
PatronartRunning length L (deep) c
in mm
Tolerance
in mm
1 Pistols-and turret cartridges 150 +-10
2 Cartridge Ammunition for Schussapparate, which contains only one ignition kit 200 +-2
3 Randfire cartridges (if measurement of gas pressure is not possible) For weapons with:
a)
gezogenem run
aa)
Field diameter
F: (4.05 +-0.02) mm
pulling diameter
Z: (4.30 +-0,03) mm
ab)
Field diameter
F: (5.45 +-0.02) mm
pulling diameter
Z: (5.60 +-0.03) mm
swirl length u: 450 mm
width of trains b:
(1.25 +-0.10) mm
number of trains N: 6
b)
smoothed run
ba)
F = (5.50 +-0,03) mm
bb)
F = (8.38 +-0,03) mm
200 +-2
4 Flobert-Schrotpatrons and Claybirding 600 +-5
5 Randfirepatrons 600 +-10
6 Central firing cartridges (ohne/with margin) 600 +-10
7 Ammunition for long arms with extra high performance 650 +-10
8 Patrons with central fire ignition for weapons with smooth running 700
(cylindrical run without choke)
+-10
2: Distance of the measuring holes (bore axis) from the bumper
The following provisions shall apply to the distance of the measuring holes, to the extent that: The CIP (TDCC) does not specify any other values for this.
a)
Pulled Runs for Central fire ammunition for long arms

Area of sleeve length L (deep) 3 L (deep) 3 < 30 mm 30 mm < = L (deep) 3 < = 40 mm
Distance S (deep) M 7, 5 mm < = S (deep) M
< = 0,75 x L (deep) 3
(17, 5 +-1) mm
Area of sleeve length L (deep) 3 40 mm < L (deep) 3
Distance S (deep) M (25 +-2) mm
b)
Drawn runs for central firing ammunition for short monkeys (pistols and revolvers) The location of the measuring bore is set individually for each pistol and turret ammunition. The stipulations can be taken from the CIP (TDCC).
c)
Drawn runs for edge fire ammunition S (deep) M = L (deep) 3 + (1.80 +-0.20) mm
d)
Smooth LäufeFor all sleeve lengths

-by mechanical-electrical measurement Transducers
Measurement point I:25 mm < = S (low) M < = 30 mm for caliber 24 and larger diameters
S (deep) M = (17 +-1) mm for smaller diameters except for
S (deep) M = (12.5-0.5) mm for .410 caliber with L (deep) nom < = 51 mm
and caliber 9 mm
Measurement point II:S (deep) M = (162 +-0.5) mm for all caliber
3: Combination of pressure transfer punches and upsetting cylinders
... (table not representable, find: BGBl. I 2006, 1514)
Table 4: Factors for the calculation of the share limits
n k (deep) 1,n k (deep) 2,n k (deep) 3.n
5 5, 75 4, 213,41
6 5, 07 3, 713,01
7 4, 64 3, 40 2, 76
8 4, 36 3, 192,58
9 4, 14 3, 032,45
10 3, 98 2, 91 2, 36
11 3, 85 2, 822,28
12 3, 75 2, 742,21
13 3, 66 2, 67 2, 16
14 3,59 2, 612,11
15 3,52 2,572,07
16 3, 46 2,52 2, 03
17 3, 41 2, 492,00
18 3, 37 2, 451,97
19 3, 33 2, 42 1, 95
20 3, 30 2, 401,93
25 3, 15 2, 291,83
30 3, 06 2, 22 1, 78
35 2, 99 2, 171,73
40 2, 94 2, 131,70
45 2, 90 2, 09 1, 67
50 2, 86 2, 071,65
60 2, 81 2, 021,61
70 2, 77 1, 99 1,58
80 2, 73 1, 971,56
90 2, 71 1, 941,54
100 2, 68 1, 93 1.53
Tolerance factors for n measurements to obtain a statistical safety of 95% at:
k (deep) 1.n 99% of cases.
k (deep) 2.n 95% of the cases.
k (deep) 3.n 90% of the cases.
Intermediate values for other numbers of measured cartridges (size of the sample) are linear to interpolate.
Print transfer stamp and indexing channel for small leaf diameters
Figure 1 ... (non-representable image of a pressure transfer stamp, BGBl. I 2006, 1516)
Installation of pressure transducers (mechanical-electrical converters) of different designs
FIGS. 2a, 2b and 2c... (non-representable figures on the installation of pressure transducers, BGBl. I 2006, 1516 u. 1517)
Test area for functional testing and gas pressure measurement on cartridge ammunition (seat and crusher cartridges as well as irritant and active substance ammunition) according to Table 5 of the scales
Figures 3a, 3b incl. Tables ... (non-representable images of test runners for functional testing and gas pressure measurement on cartridge ammunition, BGBl. II 2006, 1518 and 1519)
Aircraft bolts and cartridges for cartridge ammunition in accordance with Table 5 of the scales
Figure 4... (non-representable depictions of flight bolts and test equipment for cartridge ammunition, BGBl. I 2006, 1520)
Test equipment and flight bolts for cartridge ammunition for shooting apparatus in accordance with Table 6 of the scales
Figure 5a, 5b ... (non-representable depictions of test equipment and flight bolts for cartridge ammunition for shouting apparatus, BGBl. I 2006, 1521 and 1522) unofficial table of contents

Appendix IV Requirements for irritant bullets, irritant sprays, and the irritants used for this purpose

( Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2006, 1523)

1
For the purposes of this Appendix
1.1
irritants, substances which, when used as intended, exert a harassing effect on people through the skin and mucous membrane, in particular through an eye irritation, and Do not have a toxic effect.
1.2
The LCt50 value, the concentration of an irritant, which after an impact time of one minute at 50% of all experimental animals deadly effect.
1.3
The ICt50 value, the concentration of an irritant, which after a one-minute action time of 50% of all unprotected Affected by the fact that they are no longer able to continue the attack.
2
projectiles with or from irritants and equipment for spraying or ejecting Irritants must be such that
2.1
the irritants and any solvents when leaving the apparatus are only gaseous, aerosol or dissolved form occurrence,
2.2
the unloading process does not exceed the time of one second unless the equipment does not contain more irritant than at half-set 2 or 3 In the case of an application in a gaseous state and as an aerosol, a maximum amount of irritant shall be released which does not exceed four times the ICt50 value in mg; in the case of the application in dissolved form, a maximum of one The amount of irritant which corresponds to the simple ICt50 value in mg,
2.3
in the case of an application outdoors the irritant at a distance of at least 1.5 m is still effective,
2.4
the carrier materials of the irritants, the containers and the closure materials during the displacement or spraying do not cause any mechanical injuries.
3
The Reizstoff used must meet the following requirements: The ICt50 value of the irritant must be
3.1
100 mg x min/m3 and
3.2
1/100 of the LCt50 value do not exceed.
4
The Reizstoff applied in dissolved form must meet the following requirements:
4.1
The The concentration of the irritant must not exceed 0.1 MOL per kilogram of solvent,
4.2
the irritant effect of the irritant solution in the concentration of the application on the Skin of laboratory animals may have an effect time of five minutes at room temperature, not bubbling or tissue-destroying,
4.3
the solvent or the Solvent mixture must not be toxic,
4.4
The irritant solution should not lead to the formation of crystals at-10 ° C,
4.5
in gaseous state, the dissolved irritant must satisfy the requirements of point 3.
5
Arsenic compounds are excluded as irritants.
6
In the case of the irritants mentioned below: pure form, the requirements specified in point 3 are considered to be satisfied:
1.
Chloracetophenone (CN)
2.
Ortho-chlorobenzalmalondinitrile (CS).
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Annex V Limit values for electrical impulse devices according to § 15 paragraph 5

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2006, 1524-1526;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
1
Duration of application (unloading time) to 4 sCurrent (body current) I (deep) eff * < = 500 mA (load resistance 1,000 ohms) with a pulse duration t < = 0.1 ms and pulse frequency < = 50/sundSpecific energy * < = 5 x 10 (high) -3 A (high) 2s (* = I2 (deep) eff t (I (deep) ff = body current (electrode current) Effectivity)
2
Duration of application (discharge time) to 10 sCurrent (body current) I (deep) eff * < = 300 mA (load resistance 1000 Ohm) with a pulse duration t < = 0.1 ms and pulse frequency < = 50/sundSpecific energy * < = 5 x 10 (high) -3 A (high) 2s (* = I (high) 2 (deep) eff (I (deep) eff = body current (electrode current) Effectivity)
3
Application duration (discharge time) to 100 sCurrent (body current) I (deep) eff * < = 50 mA (load resistance 1000 Ohm) with a pulse duration t < = 0.1 ms and pulse frequency < = 50/sundSpecific energy * < = 5 x 10 (high) -3 A (high) 2s (* = I (high) 2 (deep) eff (I (deep) eff = body current (electrode current) effective value))
4
Specific energy "specific energy" that refers to individual pulses, is given in the numbers 1 up to 3 with

I (high) 2 (deep) eff x T

. It is not an energy in the physical sense. For the calculation of this size, the square of the effective current strength multiplied by the period duration is to be determined.
5
Limit of application duration The devices should switch off automatically after the specified duration of the unloading time. It should not be possible to restart the electric pulse before the expiry of 2 s after the shutdown.
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Annex VI Determination of the kinetic energy of the projectiles

(Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 2006, 1527;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote) The kinetic energy of the projectiles shall be checked according to the following principles:
1.
First, the arithmetic mean of the ten individual measurements (E (deep) 10) resulting from an indiscriminately out-of-production weapon is formed. If E (low) 10 is not over 5.0 J, then the further test is not necessary and it must be regarded as secured that the kinetic energy of this weapon model is not more than 7.5 J. In the other case, four other weapons taken from the production line are to be considered. If the total average E (deep) 5 x (deep) 10 is not more than 7.5 J and none of the five weapons tested, the respective upper tolerance limit for 90% of the population with a statistical safety of 95% is above 8.5 J (E (deep) 10 + k (deep) 3, (deep) 10 x s (deep) 10 < = 8,5 J, k (deep) 3, (deep) 10 = 2.36), the motion energy of the projectiles of 7.5 J in this weapon model is considered to be observed. In the event of only one to the contrary, the opposite is assumed. In the case of the toy weapons, the test is carried out in a corresponding manner for the overall mean of not more than 0.5 J. The test of four further weapons from the production series is superflued if the first tested piece is not more than 0.4 J in the case of the first piece. The respective upper tolerance limit in the above sense must not exceed 0.6 J (i.e., 10 + K3, 10 S10 ≤ 0.6 J).
2.
The examination of the kinetic energy of the floors of the office shall be because of a single piece, the value of 7.5 J shall be deemed not to be exceeded if the mean E (deep) 10 resulting from ten measurements does not exceed 8,0 J and the upper tolerance limit for 90% of the population with a statistical average Safety of 95% is not higher than 8.5 J (E (deep) 10 + k (deep) 3, (deep) 10 x s (deep) 10 < = 8.5 J). The value of the kinetic energy of 0,5 J shall be deemed not to be exceeded if the mean value of the ten measurements is not more than 0.55 J and the upper tolerance limit of 90% of the population with a statistical safety of 95% is not exceeded. more than 0.6 J (10 + K3, 10 S10 ≤ 0.6 J).
3.
The movement energy of the projectiles is considered to be half the product of the mass and the square of the projectile speed calculated. The average velocity of the projectile between two points of the projectile path is derived from a measurement of the flight time. The flight time is measured with a light barrier system, the first light barrier having to be 0.50 m and the second 1.50 m in front of the mouth. An electronic counter with a time resolution of at least 10 × 10 (high) -6s is to be used as the display device. By dividing the measurement distance between the two points of the trajectory (I, 00 m) by the measured time, the average speed is calculated.