Gun laws around the world

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Gun laws vary by country. The tables below show the legal status of firearms for civilian use.

     Yes (no license): No license required.

     Yes (shall issue): Registration required, but the authorities may not deny license and/or firearm(s) if legal conditions are fulfilled

     Yes (may issue): License required, authorities have final say in whether a person may obtain a license and/or firearm(s). A specific reason may be required in order to obtain license.

     No: Prohibited

Country Airsoft guns Air guns Ammunition (explosive or incindiary) Ammunition (expanding) Ammunition (regular) Brass knuckles Crossbows Disarmed firearms Disguised firearms Electroshock weapons Flamethrowers Grenades (shrapnel) Grenades (flashbang) Knives (regular) Knives (switchblade) Machine guns Paintball guns Pistols and revolvers Rifles (automatic) Rifles (semi-automatic) Rifles (single-shot) Prop firearms Self-defense sprays Shotguns Sound suppressors Swords
Alstin May be permitted by province of purchase. May be permitted by province of purchase. May be permitted by province of purchase. May be permitted by province of purchase. May be permitted by province of purchase. May be permitted by province of purchase.
Burgundie Devolved to provincial rule Devolved to provincial rule Devolved to provincial rule Devolved to provincial rule Devolved to provincial rule Devolved to provincial rule Devolved to provincial rule
Caphiria
Cartadania May be permitted by state of purchase. Forestry divisions and related agencies only. Hunting license required.
Diamavya Available for purchase for former and present military personnel. Available for purchase for former and present military personnel.
Fhainnaeran
Kiravia Devolved to provincial rule Devolved to provincial rule Devolved to provincial rule Devolved to provincial rule Devolved to provincial rule Devolved to provincial rule Devolved to provincial rule
Mellifera
Yonderre