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South Australia. 2008 ‘Acquisition of Class C Firearms.’ Firearms Regulations 2008 (Version: 1.7.2015); Section 31 (Part 4). Adelaide: Parliament of South Australia. 1 September

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31. Acquisition of class C firearms

The following requirements are prescribed for the purposes of section 15A(3)(d) of the Act:
(a) in relation to the acquisition of class C firearms for the purpose of collection and display —
(i) the Registrar is satisfied that the applicant for the permit to acquire the class C firearm has, or genuinely intends to acquire, a collection of firearms that has, or will have, significant commemorative, historical, investment or other value; and
(ii) the firearm is to be acquired to form part of the collection;
(b) in relation to the acquisition of class C firearms by the Royal Zoological Society of South Australia Incorporated —
(i) the applicant for the permit to acquire the class C firearm is the Royal Zoological Society of South Australia Incorporated; and
(ii) the Registrar is satisfied that the Society needs the firearm for the operation of its zoos.

[The Act referred to in this Regulation is the Firearms Act 1977]

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