How To Register a Firearm In Georgia
- Take all the documents you’ll have to submit or show to be eligible for the process.
- Apply for a job.
- Complete the form and attach the other documents required.
- Make sure you pay all fees necessary.
Documents Required Register a Firearm
- Application for joint participation (to be submitted to the Service Agency);
- ID document that is both sides of the border;
- The firearm registration certificate of the original owner or seller of the firearm.
- Health certificate or new driver’s license for the beneficiary
- The ballistic inspection act that is a part of the weapon (comes via the Service Agency);
- Document that confirms that the any duties that were to be performed on the firearm were paid
- Receipt to confirm payment of fees.
Office Locations and Contacts
Ministry of Internal AffairsAddress: Kakheti Highway 38 km.
Reception: (+995 32) 274 62 50
Service Agency (Ministry of Internal Affairs)
Address : Tbilisi-Rustavi Khidis Highway 21 kilometers
Hotline: +995 32 241 91 991
Ministry of Internal Affairs Web Site
Your license could be issued on the same day that you have completed your application.
Licenses for firearms issued are through the Public Information Issue Bureau of the MoIA (Ministry of Internal Affairs)
Office hours: 10:00am to 6 pm (weekdays).
In order to be eligible to the procedure an application form should be sent to the Bureau along with an identity card of the applicant (original as well as a copy). Applications are available to be completed on the Bureau.
The Information You Need
- Name surname, personal number and the address of his residence;
- Make of firearms;
- Model, type, caliber (gauge), firearm identification number;
- Types of firearms acquisition permits (keep or carry);
- Firearm registration license category;
- Foundation for registration of firearms (re-registration);
- Identification number for the primary element (if required).
Documentation is needed
Here are the steps on how to get a firearm registered in Georgia.
- Ministry of Internal Affairs: