Are flamethrowers legal in Malaysia?

Yes, as sporting and hobby. If like TS suggesting, for self defense i.e. Weapons then illegal.

In fact, flamethrowers are completely legal in 48 states; only Maryland bans them outright, and California is the only other state that imposes even minimal impediments to ownership.

Control batons,knuckle duster,taser,pipe,wood is illegal in Malaysia under errossive,corrosive and dangerous weapons is only legal if used for “legal purpose” or self defense.

Can I buy gun in Malaysia?

However in Malaysia there’s no right to own a gun, which means that our government can do what it takes to stop/limit ways in which we can own guns. According to Section 3 of the Arms Act 1960: … So basically NOBODY in Malaysia is allowed to own a weapon or bullets unless he has a license for it.

Carrying a knife is illegal in Malaysia. You will be arrested and charged under the Corrosive, Explosive and Dangerous Weapons Act 1958 which carries a jail term of up to two years and whipping, upon conviction. Some people do carry short knife for defense purposes and never get caught.

Yes. True gatling guns, being manually operated by a crank, are not considered machineguns and are regulated the same as any other firearm. An original or reproduction Gatling gun that fires paper cartridges may not even be considered a firearm, and thus would not be regulated at all.

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The definition of a “destructive device” is found in 26 U.S.C. § 5845. … Thus, a bazooka and the rounds would be considered destructive devices under Title II. These are not illegal but are heavily regulated at both the State and Federal level.

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