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There are two ways of obtaining an ownership license in Norway.

one is for sporting and the other is for hunting.

The ownership of a firearm is considered a serious responsibility in Norway.

The process is longer than say the United States calling for an exam and course that must be passed,

clean police record and a gun club endorsement.

Rifle and shotgun ownership permission can be given to "sober and responsible" persons 18 years or older.

For handguns, the lowest ownership age is 21 with no exceptions allowed.

Without a special permit only 10,000 rounds of ammunition can be stored by a single person, or 15,000 rounds if 5,000 of them are 22.LR or smaller calibre.

Ammunition sold only to persons able to show a valid firearm license, must be locked away but can be stored with the firearms.

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