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Northern Territory. 1997 ‘Conditions Applying to Certain Shooter's Licences.’ Firearms Regulations 1997 (Reprint, as in force at 1 May 2016); Section 18 (Part 2). Darwin: Northern Territory Government. 13 March
18. Conditions applying to certain shooter's licences
(1) A shooter's licence authorising the possession or use of category D firearms granted to an applicant whose genuine reason is primary production is subject to the following conditions:
(a) the holder may only possess or use category D firearms in an area specified by the Commissioner;
(b) the holder must obtain the approval of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority before using category D firearms from a helicopter;
(c) the holder is to use category D firearms for culling from the ground only when airborne culling is not practicable;
(d) at the expiration of the licence, all category D firearms must be surrendered to a member of the Police Force or stored or disposed of in an approved manner.
(2) A shooter's licence authorising the possession or use of category C firearms granted to an applicant in accordance with regulation 12(2) is subject to the following conditions:
(a) the holder must take part in not less than 4 target competitions conducted by the club of which he or she is a member in each year of the licence; and
(b) the holder may only use a shotgun under the licence:
(i) at premises occupied by a firearms club that are approved under Part 8 of the Act; and
(ii) in accordance with approved competition and associated training programs (including the loading of not more than 2 cartridges at a time).
[The Act referred to in this Regulation is the Firearms Act 1997]