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District of Columbia Code Division I. Government of District. § 7-2504.01. Manufacture of firearms, destructive devices or ammunition prohibited;  requirement for dealer's license.

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(a) No person or organization shall manufacture any firearm, destructive device or parts thereof, or ammunition, within the District;  provided, that persons holding registration certificates may engage in hand loading, reloading, or custom loading ammunition for his registered firearms;  provided further, that such person may not hand load, reload, or custom load ammunition for others.

(b) No person or organization shall engage in the business of selling, purchasing, or repairing any firearm, destructive device, parts therefor, or ammunition, without first obtaining a dealer's license, and no licensee shall engage in the business of selling, purchasing, or repairing firearms which are unregisterable under § 7-2502.02, destructive devices, or parts therefor, except pursuant to a valid work or purchase order, for those persons specified in § 7-2502.01(b)(1).

(c) Any license issued pursuant to this section shall be issued by the Metropolitan Police Department as a Public Safety endorsement to a basic business license under the basic business license system as set forth in subchapter I-A of Chapter 28 of Title 47.

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