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Old 05-24-2013, 10:32 PM   #1
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Default Mongolia Gun Laws?

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Old 05-24-2013, 11:58 PM   #2
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alles?

wow - that is a question...

this is basic:

http://www.mongoliasafari.com/general.html

Firearms: Hunters are allowed to take their own sporting firearms and ammunition into Mongolia. We will assist you in obtaining the necessary firearms permits. It is responsibility of every hunter to be fully acquainted with his/her firearms and that he/she practices shooting thoroughly before arrival. Average shooting distances are 150 - 200 m, long range shooting (250 - 300 m) may on occasions be required.

huh - so no idea on residents though.
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Old 05-25-2013, 12:35 AM   #3
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Yeah, I knew you could hunt.

Absolutely nothing about resident laws though.
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Old 05-25-2013, 12:40 AM   #4
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fire arm must be able to kill a yak or a hind-d
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The last post I viewed which was out of Mongolia had a Mongolian citizen (Non-Military and not police) who owned a Siaga with a folding polymer stock and regular AK-74 "type" muzzle brake - and the rifle as I recall was in 7.62X39. It was used by the gentleman - the Mongolian - for hunting, & had hi-cap mag, as I recall. I viewed that video probably three years ago or so at least. Don't know what they allow foreigners to bring in to hunt with however.
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Old 05-25-2013, 01:24 AM   #6
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Don't they have ak's on every street corner in the part of the world?
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Old 05-25-2013, 01:28 AM   #7
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I knew a guy who lived few years (end of 80s) in Mongolia with his parents (sent there by USSR to help with whatever).
According to him there was NOTHING to speak about, only little imitation of civilization/law in the capital.
People guided by traditions, very little influence of government outside of the capital. More than half of the population lives in capital.
I would think you shouldn't worry about any laws outside of Ulan Bator.
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The ones who live in the countryside are primarily herdsmen and may not have a reason to hunt. Could possibly have something to zap wolves that are attacking their herds.
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The last post I viewed which was out of Mongolia had a Mongolian citizen (Non-Military and not police) who owned a Siaga with a folding polymer stock and regular AK-74 "type" muzzle brake - and the rifle as I recall was in 7.62X39. It was used by the gentleman - the Mongolian - for hunting, & had hi-cap mag, as I recall. I viewed that video probably three years ago or so at least. Don't know what they allow foreigners to bring in to hunt with however.
So, was he struggling with the carriage of such a "hi-cap" mag?



I suspect if you'll think about it, the guy had a regular AK mag in his Roscoe (and not a "hi-cap" anything)

Can we please top vinidicating the antigunner's position by using a fictional term they manufactured to demonize inanimate objects & those who use them?
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I'll have to contact a Mongolian consulate or something to find out.

Thanks guys.
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Yea - As I recall the Mongolian gentleman had a standard 30 round magazine, and not a high capacity one. He did not appear to be struggling in the video.
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They have the Yak Act.
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I recall a post on gun boards where a fellow had a full auto svt40, he lived/lives in Mongolia IIRC.
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A guy at work was telling me that outside the capital there's no laws at all and that when he went on his hunting trip to Mongolia he was accompanied by a couple of guides with AK47's and Mosin's.

I sent a letter to the Mongolian immigration office a couple of weeks ago inquiring into their gun laws, translated into Russian and written in Cyrillic for better understanding on their part as Russian is still a big second language there, I haven't heard back yet.

Hoping they at least respond, I included an email if they don't want to pay postage.
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inner mongolia is chinese territory. outer mongolia is independent. not many rules there, and, like china, not any of them enforced against foreigners that bring money. bring money. American cigs are also good "gifts".
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AK part and PSL show around 2:01. maybe pm the video poster, perhaps he knows a thing or two?

The AK looks like a Chinese, but not sure. Maybe you experts can id it.
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AK part and PSL show around 2:01. maybe pm the video poster, perhaps he knows a thing or two?

The AK looks like a Chinese, but not sure. Maybe you experts can id it.
I was reading about it the other day, Mongolia has military ran shooting ranges where you can go to shoot their weapons for a nominal fee.
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Man that video of the RPG firing indicates the accuracy of this weapon at distance - what an awesome weapon. No wonder they have been and are so effective - and that is at distance in a South Dakota like environment. Great video.
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RPG is a cool thing.
But it sucks if you have to carry it with grenades on your back
It is decently accurate, in my experience (RPG7-D1 with standard optic; about 40 shots) I didn't have problems hitting tank sized targets at 200-300 meters.
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