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South Africa. 2004 ‘Conditions in Respect of a Dealer's Licence.’ Firearms Control Regulations, 2004; Chapter 5 - Part 2 (Section 31). Pretoria: Department of Safety and Security. 26 March

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31. Conditions in Respect of a Dealer's Licence

The Registrar may impose the following conditions in respect of a dealer's licence:…

c) during any period when the licensed premises are closed for business purposes all firearms and ammunition which are on the premises must be locked in a strong-room or safe for safe custody of firearms which has been defined in the relevant licence;

d) during any period when the premises specified in the licence is open for purposes to trade in firearms or ammunition, firearms and ammunition may only be displayed if the firearms are -
i) unloaded; and
ii) in the case of handguns, locked in a display counter or display cabinet that prevents the unauthorised access to the handguns displayed therein;
iii) in the case of firearms, excluding handguns and firearms displayed as prescribed in subparagraph (ii) -
aa) rendered inoperable by means of a secure locking device; or
bb) securely attached with a metal attachment to a non-portable structure in such a manner that it cannot readily be removed;
and
iv) not displayed with ammunition that can be discharged from it;

e) during any period when the licensed premises are open for business or any other purpose, firearms and ammunition which are not displayed must be kept in a strong-room or safe for safe custody of firearms which has been defined in the relevant licence;

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