Weapons and military equipment
"In historical re-enactments, public shows, filming and other performing arts, only alarm and signal weapons, acoustic weapons and salvos and disabled weapons may be used, as well as collector's weapons with gunpowder without projectile that possess the corresponding punching or certificates of the official test bench. "The regulations on the use of weapons in filming in Spain are set out in the Weapons Regulations approved in 1993, especially in its article 153 modified in November 2020
Special effects companies, which have a great deal of experience in our country, specialise in producing fire, pyrotechnical effects or explosions with the necessary safety elements, as well as supplying transport and storage for these products. You will also be able to source action professionals to perform stunt scenes. All companies are legally approved and have the required permits to use these kinds of props and tools. Permits must be applied for for each shoot at the local Civil Guard office or autonomous police station, depending on the area you are shooting in.
Weapons and explosive devices to be used on sets can also be obtained through the territorial departments of the National Police or Civil Guard.
Spain Film Commission's network of offices can provide the contact information you need to find companies and professionals, as well as information on how to obtain the necessary permits.