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Queensland. 1997 ‘Category A Weapons.’ Weapons Categories Regulation 1997 (As in force 19 December 2014); Section 2. Brisbane: Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel. 14 November
2. Category A weapons
(1) Each of the following is a category A weapon if it has not been rendered permanently inoperable —
(a) a miniature cannon under 120cm in barrel length that is a black powder and muzzle loading cannon, depicting a scale model of an historical artillery piece or naval gun;
(b) an air rifle;
(c) a blank-fire firearm at least 75cm in length;
(d) a rimfire rifle (other than a self-loading rimfire rifle);
(e) a shotgun other than a pump action shotgun or self-loading shotgun;
(f) a powerhead.
(g) a break action shotgun and rim-fire rifle combination
(2) A conversion unit is also a category A weapon.
(3) In this section —
conversion unit means a unit or device or barrel that is capable of being used for converting a category A weapon that is a firearm from one calibre to another calibre.
[The Act referred to in this Regulation is the Weapons Act 1990]