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§ 1. Knives and firearms, etc. may not be worn or held in publicly accessible places, educational establishments, youth clubs, leisure facilities and the like, unless carried out as part of a business activity or for hunting, angling or sporting purposes or for any other similarly recognized purpose.
§ 2. It requires the permission of the police to acquire, possess, carry or use
1) sharp or pointed weapons whose blade exceeds 12 cm;
2) knives with transverse grip intended for impact,
3) jumping knives and jumping toilets,
4) fall knives and fall toilets;
5) folding knives with two-part handle, whose blade can be unfolded using one hand (butterfly knives);
6) knives designed for hanging around the neck or shoulder and which can be pulled from this position by the use of one hand;
7) throwing stars, throwing knives, throwing axes and the like. and
8) cane sticks and other weapons that appear as another item.
PCS. 2. Blades and knives whose blade exceeds 12 cm may, regardless of paragraph. Paragraph 1 (1) is used in business, household or hunting, fishing or sporting or for any other similarly recognized purpose if designed to do so. The said daggers and knives may be acquired, possessed and carried for the said use.
PCS. 3. The weapons, etc., referred to in para. 1 may only be transferred to others or entrusted to others if the transferee or beneficiary grants the necessary permission from the police. Daggers and knives, whose blade exceeds 12 cm, can, regardless of paragraph. Paragraph 1 (1) is transferred or left to others if it is assumed that the transferee or beneficiary will only use them for business, household or hunting, fishing or sporting purposes or for any other similarly recognized purpose.
PCS. 4. The Minister of Justice may lay down rules prohibiting, inter alia, by handing over, acquiring, possessing, carrying or using, to assign or to assign to others the possession of other sharp or pointed weapons which cannot be presumed to have any appreciable purpose.
PCS. 5. The Minister of Justice shall lay down rules on storage and transport, etc. of knives and firearms, etc. covered by this provision or by provisions made thereunder.
PCS. 6. The Minister of Justice shall lay down rules on the quantitative limitation of licenses for knives and firearms covered by this provision or any provisions made thereunder.
§ 3. The Minister of Justice lays down rules on the commercial trade in knives and firearms, etc. covered by this Act, including rules governing the approval of traders and their employees and advertising with the sale of knives and firearms, etc.
Section 4. The Minister of Justice shall lay down rules on the import and export of knives and firearms, etc. covered by this Act.
Section 5. Permits under this Act or in accordance with provisions made pursuant thereto may be revoked at any time.
PCS. 2. The Minister of Justice shall lay down rules that applications made pursuant to this Act or regulations made pursuant thereto shall be submitted to the police using the digital solution provided by the police (digital self-service).
PCS. 3. The Minister of Justice shall lay down rules on the form and content of permits issued under this Act or regulations made thereunder.
§ 6 §§ 1 and 2 do not apply to military authorities, the police, civil state authorities and the court.
§ 7. With a fine, imprisonment for up to 4 months or under aggravating circumstances imprisonment for up to 2 years, the person who contravenes sections 1 or 2 shall be punished.
PCS. 2. In determining the penalty for violation of section 1, it must be considered especially aggravating that the perpetrator has been punished several times before for violation of section 1. The same applies in cases where the violation of section 1 is committed under aggravating circumstances of a person previously sentenced to imprisonment for violation of section 119 (1) of the Criminal Code. 1 or 2, or §§ 123, 216, 237, 244-246, 266 or 288.
PCS. 3. In rules made under the law, penalties may be imposed on fines, imprisonment for up to 4 months or, under aggravating circumstances, imprisonment up to 2 years for violation of provisions of the rules.
PCS. 4. Companies may be imposed, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability according to the rules of Chapter 5 of the Criminal Code.