RusticlesI agree, better screeing for mental health issues. Also, more/better programs for mental health and less stigma around it. What kind of guns can you have in Switzerland? Are the magazines limited to 5 rounds?
Switzerland's Weapons Law (WG, LArm) and Weapons Act (WV, OArm) has been revised to accede to the Schengen Treaty effective 12 December 2008.
The law is applied to the following weapons:
Firearms, such as pistols, revolvers, rifles, pump gun (Vorderschaftrepetierer), lever action rifles (lever action), self-loading guns (shotguns and rifles);
Air and C02 guns with muzzle energy of at least 7.5 joules, or if there is risk of confusion with a firearm;
Imitation, alarm gun (Schreckschuss) and soft-air guns when there is risk of confusion with a firearm;
Butterfly knives, throwing knives, knife-handed operation with automatic mechanism with total length greater than 12 cm and blade length greater than 5 cm;
Daggers with symmetrical blade is less than 30 cm;
Devices that are intended to hurt people like rod (Schlagrute), throwing star, brass knuckles, slings with armrest;
all electric shock devices and spray products with irritants in Annex 2 weapons Regulation (WV), except for pepper spray.
Generally prohibited arms are:
Automatic firearms such as machine guns, etc.
Automatic knife when the blade more than 5 cm and total length of more than 12 cm
Butterfly knife when the blade more than 5 cm and total length of more than 12 cm
Throwing knives; regardless of the shape and size
Symmetrical daggers when blade length less than 30 cm
Skidding with armrest
Weapons that imitate an object of utility as shooting phones, etc.
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