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Guns in Costa Rica

I don't know how a gun owned by a corporation would be handled. It's not part of a residence nor does it have the same address.

Based on Arias' record to date I don't expect his proposal will have any chance of a quick implementation, and based on the reaction to Obama's election in the United States you can expect a surge of gun sales when he does get it introduced into the legislature. Costa Rica's constitution does not allow retroactive implementation of new laws.


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