r/guns - My collection. Yes we can have AKs, ARs and suppressors and conversion kits in Finland.

r/guns – My collection. Yes we can have AKs, ARs and suppressors and conversion kits in Finland.


Glock was about 15 years ago (400€), just applied for a license got it few days later, same with a shotgun and Saiga (390€) (applied for the reservist training). But laws have become more strict, for Barrett (about 2000€), I had to prove that I am a member of a shooting club, that I have a reservist 3 gun license and have trained there with a rifle at least 10 times during one year (that I had with my Saiga but clubs weapons also count), applied a license with documents and took a some kind of psych test in a police stations computer, then an interview and got a license. That took about 3 weeks. For upper (2250€), no license needed, bought it, had to show and register it in a police station and paid some 30€ for fee. Suppressor, over the counter, same with the conversion kit. For a new pistol, you have to be a member of a shooting club for 2 years and 10 training/shooting sessions during that time. So the first gun might take some time, but if you all ready have guns and shoot regularly, you’ll always have that 1/2 years behind you which they require so it’s relatively simple process for the next ones.



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