• Means of protection

  • Means of protection



    Many begin to use special attributes in order to protect themselves. And today we will talk about this in more detail.

    In order to be safe, you need to use defense gear. Most often there are weapons. Therefore, today we will consider their detailed characteristics.

    ​​​​ What are the categories of weapons?

      1st category


    Short-barreled firearms, including pistols and revolvers.


     2nd category


    1: Long-barreled surveillance firearms:

    This is a long-barreled weapon, which is defined as special for performing surveillance functions.

    2:Long-barreled firearms:


    This weapon is used for hunting big game. It also includes rifled barrels adapted to hunting rifles for metallic cartridges, provided that in both cases they are not classified as military weapons.


      3rd category


    1: long rifle sport shooting firearm in 5.6 mm (22 American), rimfire, single shot, repeating or semi-automatic.

    2: Shotguns and other long firearms with a smooth barrel or with barrels with strips to lighten the choke, for which recognized test benches have the marking of a hunting shotgun, not included in military weapons.

    3: A weapon powered by air or other compressed gas, smooth or rifled, provided that the kinetic energy of the projectile at the muzzle exceeds 24.2 J.


      4th category


    1: Rifles and pistols, semi-automatic and revolving; and double-action revolvers powered by air or other compressed gas, not like shotguns.

    2: Carabiners and pistols, smooth or rifled, and single-shot, and single-action revolvers powered by air or other compressed gas, not equivalent to shotguns.


      5th category


    Knives or machetes used by military units, or imitations thereof.


      6th category


    1: Old or historical firearms, their reproductions and assimilated, kept in museums authorized by the Department of Defense if dependent on any armies.

    2: Firearms with a model or year of manufacture prior to January 1, 1890, and reproductions or copies thereof, unless they are capable of firing ammunition intended for military or prohibited weapons.

    3: Remaining firearms that have survived due to their historical or artistic nature.


    Which weapon to choose for protection is up to you. The main thing to remember is that this requires appropriate permissions and careful application, as well as special storage conditions. This is very important in order not to harm someone in the future and not get sanctions.