Switzerland, Serbia and Austria, Italy also has pretty decent laws For CC And such there's Estonia and Czechoslovakia Then there's Liechtenstein and San Marino that might have even better, but those are just rumors because nobody knows about their laws
>>27805445 fucking lol at South Africa outta nowhere with just as many guns as america. boers wouldnt need so many guns if idk they werent surrounded on all sides by the niggiest of nigs and live in fucking AFRICA
>>27806780 >>27806766 You can own a handgun for target shooting, historical collecting and self defence in Northern Ireland but it is a restrictive may issue policy for self defence, you basicly have to prove that you are under threat of attacks from terrorists or organised criminals before they give you a firearms certificate for self defence (which also lets you carry concealed). Isle of Mann and Channel Islands allow handgun ownership for target shooting and historical collecting only. Legal handgun ownership in England, Scotland and Wales has been impossible since 1997.
>>27810493 >has been impossible Not exactly, you can still get them for humane dispatch when hunting, but it's incredibly difficult i think. Also there is a section in the law that says you can own one as long as it's kept at a range, but i've never heared of anyone actually doing it.
>>27804427 yeah...yes collector's license=full auto guns also- unrestricted suppressors, no SBR/SBS laws there are big downsides tho such as a limit of guns you can own, a rather annoying process of actually getting a license and prices of some types of guns combined with aviability of guns
>>27810520 Yes are are some very narrow and rare exceptions to the rule. Vets and hunters can get special dispensation to have single shot pistols (usually a .38 special or .357 magnum revolver with all the chambers filled in except one) for humane slaughter purposes. Black powder, non-cartridge using handguns like cap and ball revolvers are allowed for target shooting and historical collecting and there is section 7.3 which is what you are refuring too. This guys discusses it here and explains why it's not really a "work around" of the shitty handgun ban. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKhcTd9qVYc I suppose it would be more accurate for me to say that it's impossible for any normal person with a firearms certificate to own a handgun.
>>27810631 Its actually not that hard as you'd imagine. Sure there are steps but if you meet all the requirements police MUST give you the license. Hunter's license its probably the easiest to get but it only allows you to own guns with magazines up to 5 bullets and some other dumb shit. You need to join a hunting club and build deer stands for a year (or something along those lines) Sporting license is basically a regular one, all semi autos, no mag restrictions and that dumb shit, but as always you need to justify the number of guns you will own (you need to say how many guns you plan to own and say why you want that many). You need to join a sport shooters club and attend competitions like twice or 3 times per year every year IIRC Collector's is sporting license+full autos. You need to join a collectors club and some other shit. You can create a collectors club with your friends if you dont want to join any already existing ones. Probably the most fun option in the long run. I dont remember if you need to go to competition shoots to maintain the license, but you probably do. You can't carry firearms on you for self defense unless you're like a politician or an otherwise very important person and have a solid reason to carry them (gang threats and other extreme things)
You can get guns, all right, but there's a lot of hassle involved both before and while owning them, and the Governor('s administration) or the local police chief can refuse your application on basis of "None of that shit in my turf!" grounds.
Which fucking hurts when you get a anti-gun put in place.
>>27810897 Okay. Finland has no restrictions for weapons or capacity you can buy with a hunting justification, and there is no limit on the number of guns you can own. You don't need to join a club, but you will need to clarify where you are planning to hunt. For a sporting license, you don't need to join any clubs, you just need to shoot semi-regularly, you don't need to compete and there are again no limits on the number of guns you can have. Finnish collectors don't have to join any clubs, but they do need to present a theme of the collection when applying for the license - such as weapons used during the Rhodesian Bush War or firearms used by the Finnish police.
>>27810551 >>27810897 Well, you can't really get suppressors in Poland. The laws regarding to suppressors are written in really stupid way, most people assume they are banned, but when read the act carefully it doesn't say you can't own a suppressor. But then again, I asked about suppressors in gun shops and they always tell me that they are banned...
>>27812821 using suppressors are risky move in Poland... The law doesn't say that they're banned but like you said, many people think they are banned. You might also make your own from pic related guide and use it among people that "won't see it"
>>27813079 well considering denmark,france,italy,UK,Ireland,Spain and a few other we are some where in the upper middle but dont get me wrong it is still shit and i long for an EU 2nd amendment with a right to carry
>>27808972 M8. Nz is mint. Gun license at 16yrs old Full auto mp5s, mg3/42s, mp40 and stg44s less than 20k. Theres alot of shit here. Legit thompsons, aks, vietnam era m16s, we did have a legit select fire g3 at one point, legit sig552, legit SVD, because lol no restrictions on imports/no import sanctions
You can CC in Liechtenstein if you are in direct and concrete danger or if your job absolutely requires it. So unless you work as a bodyguard or somesuch or have received serious death threats recently, forget it.
And yeah, the entire gun law, including WES, is lifted verbatim from Swiss laws. Liechtenstein has very few laws that it hasn't just copied from Switzerland - they're basically a slightly more autonomous 27th canton anyway.
What sets them apart is the nice exception permit request form. I'm rather sure this doesn't exist in Switzerland (and if it does imma need a link for... educational purposes)
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