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North Korea enacts rules regulating firearms

Monday, August 6, 2012

The law, which comprises of five chapters and 42 articles, "aims to contribute to the guarantee of social safety and the protection of the people's lives and property by setting up the strict system" on registering, storing and using firearms, the North states in its legislation.
Under the regulations, guns are allowed only for its "primary purposes" including executing official duties such as keeping guard and training.

Read the article: Yonhap News (Korea)

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