Mexico’s Federal Law of Firearms & Explosives

That’s the title of a draft article that I have recently submitted to law reviews. Most of the article is a translation into English of the Mexican federal gun control statute. The article also translates current and past versions of the Mexican Constitution’s right to arms clause, and provides some basic information about the operation of Mexican firearms laws, some brief history about gun culture in Mexico, and analysis of claims about the percentage of Mexican crime guns which come from the U.S. civilian market. Thanks to Denver University law student Angelica Tovar-Hastings for helping with the translation.