Armament sale rules for domestic entities


    The Military Property Agency offers a wide range of licensed movables (aircrafts, vessels, artillery equipment, firearms, ammunition, tanks and armored vehicles, communication equipment, among others) withdrawn from use by the Polish Army, Polish Border Guard and Police and acquired in accordance with the regulations laid down in the Act of 10 July 2015 on on the Military Property Agency (Dz.U. poz. 1322). Any licensed movable property acquired from the said services is placed for sale.  


    The legal basis for the trade in licensed movables in the Republic of Poland is constituted by:

    • the Act of 22 June 2001 on conducting business activity comprising manufacture of and trade in explosives, weapons, ammunition, as well as products and technologies for military or police purposes (Dz.U. z 2012 r. poz. 1017 z późn. zm.), 
    • The Regulation of the Council of Ministers of 3 December 2001 on types of weapons and ammunition, list of products and technologies for military or police purposes whose production or trading requires a concession (Journal of Laws No. 145, item 1625, as amended).

    Licensed movables can be sold to domestic entities which are entitled to purchase the said assets on the basis of the aforementioned acts of law.

    The sale of licensed movable property in the Agency of Military Property is managed directly by the Movable and Special Property Management Unit by invitation to auction or to negotiate. The announcement concerning each auction with its precise date and conditions required from the bidders will be published:

    • in national press
    • on Agency’s website

    at least 14 days before the auction. 

    Any information pertaining to the offer and sale rules can be acquired by telephone (+ 48 22 314 98 82) or in person at Agency’s Office in Warsaw at ul. Nowowiejska 26A in the Movable and Special Property Management Unit.

    Licensed movables purchased can be collected after payment from the storage place within the period stipulated separately in each contract.