Gun laws in Astyria
Gun laws in the countries in Astyria vary by country. The tables below show the legal status of firearms for civilian usage.
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.
|Country||Airsoft guns||Paintball guns||Armor-piercing ammunition||Hollow point ammunition||Antique firearms (before 1898)||Handguns||Semi-automatic rifles||Automatic rifles||Bolt-action rifles||Machine guns||Shotguns||Suppressors||Constitutionally protected||Concealed carry||Open carry|
- Shall issue with the application and issuance of a permit.
- No permit necessary but the weapon cannot be used to create public nuisance or unrest.
- Shall issue for residents of rural areas, may issue for urban residents of Kobolis.
- Only issued with valid hunting license
- No permit necessary but the rifle must be clearly marked as a toy.
- Issuance of these weapons is highly restricted, but carry is compulsory for reservist personnel with service weapons in Romberg.
- Pump-action, break and single-shot shotguns are shall-issue, while semi-automatic shotguns are may-issue. Automatic shotguns are illegal in Romberg.
|Country||Licensing requirements||Registration/background checks requirements|
|Aquitayne||The applying party must be processed:
||The applying party will be denied a permit if:
|Great Nortend||A purchaser or hirer of firearms and ammunition requires a Royal warrant. Whilst petitions are decided on a case-by-case basis, generally petitioners must :—
||The bailment, use and carry of firearms is also restricted such that persons must :—