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New South Wales. 2006 ‘Additional Restrictions in Relation to Issuing Firearms Dealer Licences.’ Firearms Regulation 2006 (2006-512, as at 1 January 2014); Section 37. Sydney: New South Wales Government. 1 September

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37. Additional restrictions in relation to issuing firearms dealer licences

(1) A firearms dealer licence that authorises a firearms dealer to carry on business at specified premises must not be issued unless the Commissioner is satisfied that:
(a) the applicant is carrying on or proposes to carry on the business of a firearms dealer at those premises, and
(b) those premises are suitable for carrying on the business of a firearms dealer.

(2) In considering whether or not premises are suitable for such purposes, the Commissioner is to have regard to the following:
(a) the nature of the activities proposed to be conducted on the premises,
(b) the kinds of firearms to which the licence relates,
(c) whether adequate provision has been made for the safe keeping of firearms by means of a safe or strongroom or otherwise,
(d) the security of the premises against unauthorised entry,
(e) in the case of a licence that authorises the testing of firearms on the premises - whether an efficient bullet recovery box or bullet stop is provided on the premises.

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