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Tasmania. 2006 ‘Prescribed Prohibited Pistols.’ Firearms Regulations 2006 (Regulations as of 4 November 2015); Section 5. Hobart: Governor of the State of Tasmania. 16 October

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5. Prescribed prohibited pistols

For the definition of "prohibited pistol" in section 3 of the Act, each of the following is a prohibited pistol:
(a) a pistol that has a calibre exceeding .38 inches;
(b) a semi-automatic pistol that has a barrel length of less than 120 millimetres;
(c) a revolver that has a barrel length of less than 100 millimetres;
(d) a single-shot pistol that has a barrel length of less than 100 millimetres;
(e) a pistol that has a magazine with a capacity of more than 10 rounds.

ID: Q3000

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