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Queensland. 1996 ‘Storage Measures for Armourers, Dealers, and Theatrical Ordnance Suppliers - Grilles for Windows and Shopfront Doors.’ Weapons Regulation 1996 (As in force on 1 July 2015); Section 35 (Part 5). Brisbane: Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel. 19 December

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35. Grilles for windows and shopfront doors

(1) This section applies to a grille for a window or shopfront door required under this part.

(2) The grille —
(a) must have steel bars at least 15mm square or in diameter that cover the whole door or window; and
(b) if the construction of the premises allows - must be fitted between the glass and the interior of the premises.

Editor's note — This is so the glass must be broken first before attacking the grille

(3) The grille must be bolted to the premises by hardened steel bolts at least 10mm in diameter with the bolt or its nut welded to the grille.

(4) The centre-line of the bars must be no more than 150mm apart.

(5) The grille must have pieces of steel fitted at right angles to the bars that prevent the bars from being spread.

(6) The pieces of steel must be at intervals of no more than 500mm.

[The Act referred to in this Regulation is the Weapons Act 1990]

ID: Q2729

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