In Estonia it is legal to have a firearm for hunting, self-defence, protection of property, professional activities, sports and collecting.
A weapons license in Estonia requires that the applicant passes both a theoretical examination and a practical examination.
The theoretical part of the examination includes the legal regulations as well as more practical matters related to the use of the firearm.
The practical part consists of an evaluation of the handling and shooting proficiency of the applicant.
We offer a broad range of services in relations to a weapons permit including preparation both for the theoretical and practical part of the weapons license.
For more information, contact us with all your weapons license related enquiries and questions.