Prohibited Weapons

Possession of a weapon may constitute a criminal offence in two different situations: because of the use made of the weapon or also because of the nature of the weapon. This means that certain devices that are not inherently criminal can become so under certain circumstances, whereas other devices are prohibited weapons at any time, no matter what use is made of them (Sections 91 and 92 Criminal Code of

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Firearms

The following are a few of the criminal offences related to firearm possession. There are numerous other criminal offences related to firearms and this text does not cover them all.StorageFirearm storage that does not comply with the Storage, Display, Transportation and Handling of Firearms by Individuals Regulations constitutes a criminal offence (Section 86 (2) Criminal Code). This offence is liable to a maximum sentence of two years imprisonment for a

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