By law, Czechs can use their weapons to protect their property or when in danger, although they need to prove they faced a real threat.
This puts the country at odds with much of Europe, which has long supported much more stringent gun-control measures.
All member states will have 15 months to comply with the new gun restrictions. state, that information will be shared in an international database so that the person can't procure a gun somewhere else. The Czech Republic was the only country to oppose the directive for being too strict.
The final measure bans the sale of most military-style rifles and requires all potential buyers to go through a psychological check before they can buy a weapon. Luxembourg also voted against the measure, but on the grounds that it was too weak.
Ammunition magazines would be limited to 20 rounds or less.
The Czech Republic came out hard against the directive.
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