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New Zealand. 2008 ‘Application for Endorsements in Respect of Pistol or Restricted Weapon.’ Arms Act 1983 No. 44; Section 29 (Reprint 2008). Wellington: Parliamentary Counsel Office. 1 October
Application for Endorsements in Respect of Pistol or Restricted Weapon
(1) Any person, being —
(a) an applicant for a firearms licence or a holder of a firearms licence; and
(b) a person who has been the registered owner of a kea gun since before 1 January 1984, - may apply at an Arms Office to a member of the Police for an endorsement permitting that person to have possession of that kea gun.
(2) Any person, being an applicant for a firearms licence or a holder of a firearms licence, may apply at an Arms Office to a member of the Police for an endorsement permitting that person to have possession of a pistol or a restricted weapon (other than an anti-personnel mine) in his capacity as —
(a) a member of an incorporated pistol shooting club for the time being recognised by the Commissioner for the purposes of this section; or
(b) a bona fide collector of firearms; or
(c) a person to whom the pistol or restricted weapon has special significance as an heirloom or memento; or
(d) the Director or Curator of a bona fide museum; or
(e) an approved employee or approved member of any body, being —
(i) a broadcaster within the meaning of the Broadcasting Act 1989; or
(ii) a bona fide theatre company or society or cinematic or television film production company or video recording production company; or
(f) a licensed dealer or an agent or employee of a licensed dealer; or
(g) a person of a class specified for the purposes of this section by regulations made under this Act.