Handguns: After two years of active shooting club membership, you can apply for a handgun license, which is then subject to background checks and police approval, and you must be 21 years old. Approved calibers: All calibers under 9 mm (9 × 19, 38 Spl, 357 Magnum, .32ACP, etc.), plus a limited number of larger calibers; .40sw, 45 ACP, 44 Spl. The maximum number of handguns is 6 in 22 cal. When applying for weapon number 3, a special permit from the Department of Justice is required. Guns of large caliber, that is, more than 22 cal, are limited to a maximum of two in the same caliber. Therefore, at any time you can only own two handguns in 9 mm. However, it is legal to own two additional handguns in 9 mm if they are revolvers. For all handguns, the total length must be at least 210 millimeters (8.2677 inches), regardless of caliber, measured without orthopedic handles or weight loss parts. Licensees can carry concealed handguns in public with the acquisition of a separate Out-of-Residence Firearms Licence (PTCFOR), which is issued on an exhibition basis in May.  In general, applicants must demonstrate imminent danger and obtain a police threat assessment certificate in order to issue a PTCFOR.
Excluded from this requirement are lawyers, accountants, certified media practitioners, cashiers, bank employees, priests, ministers, rabbis, imams, doctors, nurses, engineers and high-risk businessmen, as they are in imminent danger due to the nature of their profession, profession or business.  A hunting licence allows for the purchase and possession over-the-counter of an unlimited number of shotguns with a maximum capacity of 12 gauge and 2 shots. From there, the police must be informed of new firearms purchases via an online form. Bolt guns can also be purchased over-the-counter, although they require a rifle license, which is purchased by the police. Allowed calibers range from the smallest possible to .50 BMG, not including .50 BMG. Semi-automatic rifles are allowed if the rifle is limited to two rounds (hunting in Denmark) or without capacity restriction (hunting outside Denmark). Currently, only larger calibers (.308, 6.5 × 55, .300wm, etc.) are issued as semi-automatic rifles for hunting abroad.223 / 5.56 × 45 and rifles of similar caliber are generally not allowed. The hunter must pass a shotgun or rifle shooting test before being allowed to hunt. Yemen has a permissive weapons policy and does not require a license to possess firearms.
The 1992 Law on the Regulation of the Carrying and Trade in Firearms and Ammunition established the right to possess firearms (rifles, machine guns, revolvers and shotguns) for self-defence purposes. Carrying firearms in cities requires permits issued in May, with restrictions varying by city. The open and concealed port is not limited in rural areas.  Since the outbreak of the civil war in 2011, there has been virtually no state control of firearms, and rifles, semi-automatic firearms, anti-tank guided missiles, or armored vehicles are available over-the-counter for various militias and willing buyers.  Air guns up to 17 joules of muzzle energy are not regulated. Air guns above this limit are considered pneumatic weapons, no license is required, but must be registered with the police and can only be used on registered shooting ranges. The use of pneumatic weapons outside the firing range is considered the same type of offence as the use of normal firearms. Gun laws in Bangladesh are very restrictive. Only persons over the age of 25 (30 for small arms) and under the age of 60 who pay taxes can apply for a firearms licence. Self-defense is only an accepted reason and requires proof of mortal danger.
Legal owners can only own a long gun (shotgun or rifle) and a handgun (pistol or revolver). They cannot work as security guards. Liberia allows the possession of only single-barrel shotguns for hunting purposes. Private security authorities are prohibited from arming their employees. However, some criminals have automatic firearms, especially AK-47. These are believed to be remnants of the intermittent civil war that has been going on for decades in the country. Automatic firearms are also likely to cross the country`s porous borders with Guinea, Côte d`Ivoire and Sierra Leone. These countries have more liberal gun ownership laws. All of Liberia`s neighbours have experienced some form of armed conflict over the past two decades, flooding them with illegal automatic weapons. The Emergency Response Unit (ERU), the only armed unit of the Liberian National Police, responds to armed incidents, particularly armed robberies. Firearms in Argentina have been restricted and regulated by the ANMaC (Agencia Nacional de Materiales Controlados) since October 2015. This agency replaced RENAR (Registro Nacional de Armas de la Republica Argentina), both of which are a department of the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights.
To own a firearm in Argentina, you must be a legitimate user. Applicants must: be 21 years of age or older, present a medical certificate attesting that they are in good physical and mental shape, take a security course, provide a legitimate means of income, and undergo and pass a background check. The fingerprints of a successful candidate will be taken and a permit will be issued, which must be renewed every five years. You cannot legally unload a firearm in Argentina if it is not a legitimate user, even if that weapon belongs to someone else. Once a legitimate user wants to buy a firearm, they must provide a safe place to store the firearm and provide an acceptable reason for wanting a firearm – such as collection, targeting, hunting, business or self-defense at home.  Uruguayan law permits the possession of firearms on the basis of the question. These firearms must have a caliber of less than .50 BMG. Transport permits are issued on the basis of an exhibition in May, which is not a problem in practice, except for people who work as private security guards. Police and military personnel can carry their firearms outside of duty hours without the need for a permit. The legal carrying of firearms must always be done secretly, no open carrying is allowed. More recently, politicians in the ruling coalition have expressed their intention to allow secret transport permits to be issued to civilians. With about 35 civilian firearms per 100 inhabitants, Uruguay is the eighth largest country in the world and the most heavily armed country in Latin America.
Historically and legally, EU Member States have their own laws that vary from country to country, which has led to differences in the extent of legal access to firearms between EU countries. A licence for sporting firearms (long and short firearms) must be renewed every five years. Shotgun licences must be renewed every ten years. Shotguns are not kept on individual licences; Holders are allowed to possess them as long as they have a valid hunting license – and they can keep it for up to ten years after the hunting license expires – although they are not allowed to keep ammunition without a valid driver`s license. Russian citizens over the age of 18 can obtain a firearms license after taking firearms safety courses and passing a federal test and background test. Firearms can be purchased for self-defense, hunting or sports activities. For hunting weapons approved for hunting purposes, transport permits may be issued. Initially, purchases are limited to long-range smoothbore firearms and pneumatic weapons with an initial energy of up to 25 joules (18 ft⋅lbf). After five years of owning shotguns, the guns can be purchased. Handguns are generally not allowed (with the exception of traumatic handguns, which are allowed for self-defense but can only fire cartridges with rubber bullets), but with the increasing popularity of practical shooting events and competitions in Russia in recent years (e.g. IPSC), the possession of small arms is now allowed and handguns must be stored in a shooting club. Rifles and shotguns with a barrel of less than 500 mm (20 inches) in length are prohibited, as are firearms that shoot in fits and starts or have a capacity of more than 10 rounds.
Oppressors are forbidden.  Under the 2010 Gun Control Act, residents of Somaliland are allowed to possess firearms for the purpose of defending their lives and property.