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Indian Arms Act

Segment 25 in Arms Act

25. Discipline for specific offenses—20 [

(1) Whoever—

(a) fabricates, offers, exchanges, changes over, repairs, tests or demonstrates, or uncovered or offers available to be purchased or exchange, or currently possesses available to be purchased, exchange, transformation, repair, test or confirmation, any arms or ammo in negation of area 5; or

(b) abbreviates the barrel of a gun or changes over an immitation gun into a gun in contradiction of segment 6; or 21 [***]

(d) bring into, or takes out of, India, any arms or ammo of any class or portrayal in contradiction of area 11, might be culpable with detainment for a term which should not be under three years but rather which might reach out to seven years and might likewise be at risk to fine.

22 [(1A) Whoever obtains, currently possesses or conveys any restricted arms or precluded ammo in contradiction of segment 7 might be culpable with detainment for a term which should not be under five years, but rather which might reach out to ten years and should likewise be obligated to fine.

(1AA) Whoever makes, offers, exchanges, changes over, repairs, tests or demonstrates, or uncovered or offers available to be purchased or move or currently possesses available to be purchased, exchange, transformation, repair, test or confirmation, any precluded arms or denied ammo in negation of area 7 might be culpable with detainment for a term which should not be under seven years but rather which might stretch out to detainment forever and might likewise be at risk to fine.]

23 [(1AAA) ] Whoever has in negation of a warning issued under area 24A in his ownership or in repudiation of a notice issued under segment 24B conveys or generally possesses, any arms or ammo might be culpable with detainment for a term which should not be under 24 [three years, but rather which might stretch out to seven years] might likewise be subject to fine.

(1B) Whoever—

(a) gains, currently possesses or conveys any gun or ammo in repudiation of area 3; or

(b) secures, currently possesses or conveys in wherever determined by notice under segment 4 any arms of such class or portrayal as has been indicated in that notice in repudiation of that segment; or

(c) offers or exchanges any gun which does not endure the name of the creator, maker’s number or other distinguishing proof imprint stamped or generally demonstrated subsequently as required by sub-area (2) of segment 8 or does any demonstration in negation of sub-segment (1) of that segment; or

(d) being a man to whom sub-proviso (ii) or sub-statement (iii) of condition (an) of sub-segment (1) of segment 9 applies, secures, currently possesses or conveys any gun or ammo in repudiation of that segment; or

(e) offers or exchanges, or changes over, repairs, tests or demonstrates any gun or ammo in contradiction of provision (b) of sub-segment (1) of segment 9; or

(f) brings into, or takes out of, India, any arms or ammo in contradiction of segment 10; or

(g) transports any arms or ammo in repudiation of area 12; or

(h) neglects to store arms or ammo as required by sub-segment (2) of area 3, or sub-segment (1) of segment 21; or

(i) being a producer of, or merchant in, arms or ammo, comes up short, on being required to do as such by guidelines made under segment 44, to keep up a record or account or to make in that every single such entrie as are required by such standards or purposefully makes a false section in that or averts or deters the assessment of such record or account or the making of duplicates of passages in this manner or counteracts or impedes the section into any premises or other spot where arms or ammo are or is fabricated or kept or deliberately neglects to display or covers such arms or ammo or declines to bring up where the same are or is made or kept, might be culpable with detainment for a term which should not be under 25 [one year] but rather which might reach out to three years and might likewise be at risk to fine: Provided that the Court might for any sufficient and unique motivations to be recorded in the judgment force a sentence of detainment for a term of under 6[one year].

26 [(1C) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-segment (1B), whoever confers an offense culpable under that sub-segment in any aggravated territory might be culpable with detainment for a term which should not be under three years but rather which might stretch out to seven years and should likewise be obligated to fine. Clarification.— For the reasons of this sub-segment, “aggravated region” implies any region proclaimed to be an exasperates range under any establishment, for the present in power, making procurement for the concealment of turmoil and reclamation and upkeep of open request, and incorporates any territories indicated by warning under segment 24A or area 24B.]

(2) Whoever being a man to whom sub-provision (i) of statement (an) of sub-segment (1) of segment 9 applies, gets, currently possesses or conveys any gun or ammo in contradiction of that segment might be culpable with detainment for a term which might stretch out to one year, or with fine or with both.

27 [(3) Whoever offers or exchanges any gun, ammo or different arms—

(i) without illuminating the region justice having ward or the officer accountable for the closest police headquarters, of the proposed deal or exchange of that gun, ammo or different arms; or

(ii) before the close of the time of forty-five days from the date of giving such data to such region justice or the officer responsible for the police headquarters, in negation of the procurements of condition (an) or statement (b) of the stipulation to sub-segment (2) of segment 5, might be culpable with detainment for a term which might stretch out to six months, or with fine of a sum which might reach out to five hundred rupees, or with both.]

(4) Whoever neglects to convey up a permit when so required by the authorizing power under sub-segment (1) of area 17 with the end goal of differing the conditions indicated in the permit or neglects to surrender a permit to the fitting power under sub-segment (10) of that segment on its suspension or denial should be culpable with detainment for a term which might reach out to six months, or with fine of a sum which might stretch out to five hundred rupees, or with both.

(5) Whoever, when required under segment 19 to give his name and address, declines to give such name and address or gives a name or deliver which in this manner happens to be false might be culpable with detainment for a term which might stretch out to six months, or with fine of a sum which might reach out to two hundred rupees, or with both.

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