I et EU-dokument avsløres det at Norge deltar EUs våpenkonfiskering som vil kun ramme lovlydige borgere.
Her er link til EU-dokumentet: GENVAL-Firearms (åpnes i nytt vindu).
Rådet vil øke tempoet på innføringen av avvæpningen etter terrorangrepet i Brüssel.
Following the terrorist attacks in Brussels on 22 March 2016, the Ministers for Justice and Home Affairs at their meeting on 24 March 2016, expressed the need to pursue in a resolute manner the swift completion of legislation on control of the acquisition and possession of firearms.
As a response to recent terrorist acts which demonstrated gaps in the implementation of Directive 91/477/EEC especially with regard to deactivation of weapons, convertibility and marking rules, the «European Agenda on Security» adopted in April 2015 and the Declaration of the Home Affairs Ministers Council of 29 August 2015 called for the revision of that Directive and for a common approach on the deactivation of firearms to prevent reactivation and use by criminals.
På siste side ser vi at Norge er involvert (artikkel forts. under bildet):
Alt fra samlere til plomberte våpen er berørt. Alle våpen som i teorien kan ha magasin på mer enn 6 skudd er berørt.
Since collectors have been identified as a possible source of traffic of firearms, they should be covered by this Directive.
Taking into consideration the high risk of reactivating badly deactivated weapons and in order to enhance security across the Union, deactivated firearms should be covered by this Directive.
Dette er det mest graverende punktet:
Some semi-automatic firearms can be easily converted to automatic firearms, thus posing a threat to security. Even in the absence of conversion to category «A», certain semi-automatic firearms may be very dangerous when their capacity regarding the number of rounds is high. Such semi-automatic weapons should therefore be banned for civilian use.
Additionally, for the most dangerous firearms stricter rules should be introduced in order to ensure that those firearms are, with some limited exceptions to the rule, not allowed to be owned or traded. (…) Where those rules are not respected, Member States should take appropriate measures including the destruction of those firearms.
Signalpistoler er også berørt:
Furthermore, the risk of acoustic weapons and other types of blank firing weapons being converted to real firearms is high, and in some of the terrorist acts converted arms were used. It is therefore essential to address the problem of converted firearms being used in criminal offences, notably by including them in the scope of the Directive. Technical specifications for alarm and signal weapons as well as for salute and acoustic weapons should be adopted in order to ensure that they cannot be converted into firearms.
Et tidligere dokument av Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection vil justere det om fra halvauto til våpen som har blitt konvertert til helauto:
Terroristene får hovedsakelig sine våpen fra Balkan-området.
Vi får se hva som skjer, men det ser ikke lyst ut for de som besitter våpen for sport og jakt i hele Europa. Vi vet ikke om Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection har noen reell innvirkning. Hvis noen mener vi tar feil, eller ha opplysninger, ta kontakt i kommentarfeltet. Vi følger med.