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Scotland. 1989 ‘Rule 10: Firearms Dealers.’ Firearms (Scotland) Rules 1989, p. 4. Edinburgh: Scottish Parliament. 1 July
10. (1) An application under section 33 of the principal Act for registration as a firearms dealer, or for a new certificate of registration as a firearms dealer, shall be in the form set out in Part I of Schedule 5.
(2) A notification under section 37 of the principal Act (notification that a person registered as a firearms dealer proposed to carry on business as such at a place of business not yet entered in the register) shall be in the form set out in Part II of Schedule 5.
(3) The register to be kept by a chief officer of police under section 33 of the principal Act shall be in the form set out in Part III of Schedule 5.
(4) The register to be kept under section 40(1) of the principal Act by a person who by way of trade or business manufactures, sells or transfers firearms or ammunition (being firearms or ammunition within the meaning of that subsection) shall be in the form set out in Part IV of Schedule 5, and the provisions of Part V of that Schedule shall have effect in relation to the manner in which a register in that form should be kept.
(5) Schedule 4 to the principal Act (particulars to be entered by firearms dealer in register of transactions) shall continue to have effect with the substitution for paragraph 4 of that Schedule of the following paragraph:
"4. The quantities and description of firearms and ammunition sold or transferred with the names and addresses of the purchasers or transferees and (except in cases where the purchaser or transferee is a registered dealer) the areas in which the firearm certificates were issued, and the dates of the several transactions.".