Rs 514.546.1 Regulation Of 21 September 1998 To Review The Permit To Carry Weapons

Original Language Title: RS 514.546.1 Règlement du 21 septembre 1998 d’examen pour le permis de port d’armes

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514.546.1 exam regulations for the permit to carry weapons of September 21, 1998 (status November 24, 1998) the Department federal justice and police, given art. 27, al. 2, let. c, of the law of 20 June 1997 on arms, stop: art. 1 purpose of the review the review for the permit to carry weapons is intended to determine if the candidate has the theoretical knowledge and practices necessary to carry a gun safely.

Art. 2 Organization review includes a theoretical part and a practical part. The practical part is done in writing.
The review is conducted by official experts.
The central Office of arms is developing the review documents and makes them available to the cantons. It is also developing guidelines including the Organization and evaluation of exams.

Art. 3 theoretical exam the theoretical examination lasts an hour and covers: a. the provisions of the penal code relating to self-defence and the State of necessity, as well as offences against the life and physical integrity; b. federal legislation on arms and the cantonal legal provisions enacted on this basis; c. the types of weapons and ammunition; d. security measures and how to behave with a gun.

The result of the theoretical examination is carried over to a certificate.

RS 311.0 art. 4 test the practical exam covers: a. control of the handling of a weapon, especially during loading and removal of cartridges, as well as to ensure and désassurer weapon; b. the firing and control of the handling of the weapon when firing.

The result of the practical examination is carried over to a certificate. Experts are motivating their decision.

Art. 5 assessment each part of the examination is considered to be sufficient or insufficient.
The review is successful if the two parts of the examination are considered sufficient.
The candidate may repeat twice more than each part of the exam.

Art. 6 conservation authority must keep the documents and results of review for ten years.

Art. 7 ways to right the decision regarding the outcome of the review may be appealed.
The procedure is governed by cantonal law.

Art. 8 run the cantons perform this regulation. They designate the competent official experts for the Organization of examinations.
They can organize exams in common with other cantons.

Art. 9 entry into force this Regulation comes into force on January 1, 1999.

RO 1998 2622 RS 514.54 State 11. July 2006