Sweden Makes Suppressors License Free

Finland and Norway already have very generous legislation and traditions for suppressors, and today Sweden joins the club. The new legislation means that suppressors should no longer be considered a firearm part and they no longer require a specific license to possess, as long as you have a permit to own the firearm onto which the suppressor fits.

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Sweden Votes NO to Regulating Firearm Magazines

Sweden has still not voted about how and when the EU Firearms Directive (EU Gun Ban) is going to be introduced. Many parties want to use the EU’s minimum requirement, which in many ways already is quite close to the current Swedish legislation. Others want to use the occasion to introduce legislation that goes way past what the EU requires.

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Essential Parts of the new German Firearms Act – Guidelines

The German Federal Criminal Police Office ( The Bundeskriminalamt, or BKA) just issued a guidline covering the essential parts of the new EU Firearms Act, and how the government chose to implement it into German Law. Unfortunately, Germany went further than the minimum level set by the European Union. The Weapons Act was amended in Germany as of February 19, 2020, and the legal classifications of certain components for firearms changed.

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POTD: SIG Sport 552

Today we take a look at a SIG Sport 552 in a picture taken by Schrombo.

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Czech Senate to Introduce Constitutional Amendment that Adds the Right to Carry and Use Weapons for Self-Defense

The firearms freedom of the average  Czech Republic may be about to grow as the Czech senate is attempting to increase the self-defense rights of its citizens. A rare occurrence indeed. The new amendment would add the right to make use of a legally possessed weapon (firearm) to the already existing right to defense of life.

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The Law in the United Kingdom and how to obtain a Firearms License

Quite often you read or hear the phrase “ how easy it is to acquire a permit to own a firearm“, used as a routine without any facts or background information attached.

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The Tikka T3x TAC A1 parts now for sale individually

In some countries, the Police will not allow a firearms license for a “military looking” rifle on a hunting permit, and sometimes not even on a target shooting permit.

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Norwegians to lose their semi-automatic hunting rifles. Scrap or Export!

According to the Swedish online hunting magazine called Jakt & Jägare, Norway is to ban some semi-automatic hunting rifles.

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