Discussion in '.375 & Up' started by Timbo, Nov 21, 2017.
I know nothing of firearms laws in Zim...but what is an armory and why are privately owned firearms store there?
What's the issue with cost/access? Who controls it?
I'm not clear on the laws myself, but as Zim is a communist country - with a history of the civil population overthrowing the (then) white-led government by armed conflict - I suppose the ZANU-PF as the ruling governing body don't want the same thing done to them! So, if you don't have a current license/reason for a firearm it's likely to be seized and held within the Army's armoury - easy to store and guard that way. Ammunition is also very strictly controlled. I think only 200 rounds permitted per calibre in any calendar year.
Send a Pm to Tokoloshe Safaris who sent an earlier post within this thread and ask him to answer on here. I too would like to know their licensing specifics.
What a special, unique rifle with an epic story!
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