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ESSF

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DIRECTIVE (eu) 2017/853

 

 

transposition at

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EXPERT OPINION

The following documents were drafted by our legal experts with the aim to highlight the most significant changes, the main critical issues that still persist, and to help Member States in the implementation of the text at national level.

Comments to the directive

Antique weapons and their reproductions

ABOUT ESSF

The European Shooting Sports Forum (ESSF) is an informal platform where representatives of international bodies active at European level in the fields of sports shooting, hunting, firearms collecting, trade and industry maintain an open dialogue to discuss issues of common interest, in particular the environmental, legal, political and socio-economic aspects of such activities.

The ESSF is composed of the following organisations:

  1. Association of European Manufacturers of Sporting Firearms (ESFAM)

  2. Association of European Sporting Ammunition Manufacturers (AFEMS)

  3. European Association of the Civil Commerce of Weapons (AECAC)

  4. European Shooting Sports Council (ESSC) that represents, inter alia,

    • European Shooting Confederation (ESC)

    • Federation Internationale de Tir aux Armes Sportives et de Chasse (FITASC)

  5. Federation of Associations for Hunting and Conservation of the EU (FACE)

  6. Foundation for European Societies of Arms Collectors (FESAC)

  7. Institut Européen des Armes de Chasse et de Sport (IEACS)

 

The following organisations are accorded Observer status

  1. International Practical Shooting Confederation (IPSC)

  2. International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF)

 
 

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