In this reaction, we have NH3 (an amine which can be a Bronstead-Lowry base) and HCl (HX, a Bronstead-Lowry acid).
This means this is simply an acid-base reaction.
The mechanism will have the following arrows:
Add curved arrows to the reactants to indicate the movement of electrons in this reaction.
A double-headed curved arrow represents the movement of an electron pair.
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