LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||23/MAR/2019 9:37 PM|
|Assunto:||Porte e posse de armas|
In Brazil, a weapons licence would fall under one of the two categories:
A Licence for acquisition and possession of a firearm (porte de armas), in such case the owner of the gun/arm (not restricted arms, it worth noticing) will be allowed to keep it in their house (or at his workplace business people, for example).
A licence to carry a firearm (porte de armas) would be the equivalent to the LTC in Texas (formerly known there as concealed handgun licence, I learned). Here, it should be a permit to carry and transport a firearm.
In a nutshell, the first is the one to be keeping one arm and the second is the one to carry/transport it.
Somebody not having the first permit and having one is subject to the penalty of of arrest and of imprisonment from 1-3 years, and a fine.
Not having the second, and being caught carrying a firearm would land one in the clink for 2-4 years, plus a fine.
There are requirements to apply for such permits, as everywhere.
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