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Queensland. 1990 ‘Conditions for Concealable Firearms Licence.’ Weapons Act 1990 (As in force on 20 November 2015); Section 132 (Part 5). Brisbane: Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel. 19 September

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132. Conditions for concealable firearms licence

(1) It is a condition of a concealable firearms licence that the licensee must not possess any of the following category H weapons under the authority of a concealable firearms licence —
(a) a weapon that has a calibre of more than .38 inch;
(b) a weapon that is semi-automatic and has a barrel length of less than 120mm unless it has an overall length of at least 250mm measured parallel to the barrel;
(c) a weapon that is not semi-automatic and has a barrel length of less than 100mm unless it has an overall length of at least 250mm measured parallel to the barrel;
(d) a weapon with a magazine with a maximum capacity of more than 10 rounds;
(e) a weapon designed to be used without a magazine that has a maximum capacity of more than 10 rounds.

(2) Despite subsection (1)(a), an authorised officer may authorise the licensee, by condition endorsed on the licence, to possess a category H weapon that the licensee is not authorised to possess under subsection (1) if the authorised officer is satisfied that the licensee is to possess the weapon for use in an accredited event.

Note —
Subsection (1) does not interfere with a person's ability to hold the weapons under another appropriate licence.

(3) It is a condition of a concealable firearms licence that the licensee must be a member of an approved pistol club.

(4) In this section —
category H weapon does not include a black-powder pistol.

ID: Q2700

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