Polish license for a firearm.>has to be 21 or older;>has to undergo psychological and psychophysical tests>cannot be addicted to alcohol or other drugs>has to have a permanent place of abode in Poland>has to have a clear criminal record>has to pass a special exam about gun usage, control and regulations
None of that seems very hard to get but the fee for getting it.....anon. $660 USD FOR A FUCKING LOINCENSE?! I mean yeah sure some guns cost that much or even more but that's just downright robbery.
So I found you a loophole.>Replicas of black powder firearms designed before 1885 require no permit to own, and are therefore quite popular in the shooting community
In regards to this I also don't see any restrictions on private sales such as is you wanted to just you know...buy a black powder off someone.
I don't think I see any laws regarding private sales at all which might be another loophole to look into.
Again anon. There's always a way.
(build one because nobody regulates them)