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Western Australia. 1974 ‘Records of Firearms Dealings.’ Firearms Regulations 1974 (Version 07-d0-01, as at 22 July 2015); Section 18. Perth: State Law Publisher. 1 July

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18. Records of firearms dealings (Act s. 31(2))

(1) For the purposes of section 31(2) of the Firearms Act 1973 -
(a) the holder of a Corporate Licence shall, in a permanent and legible manner, maintain a record in a form approved by the Commissioner showing particulars of the firearms and ammunition in the possession of each employee at any time, the name and place of residence of the employees in such possession, and, where the firearm is carried elsewhere than on the premises of the organisation, the purposes and places where the employee is authorised by the organisation to carry the firearm;
(b) the holder of a Repairer's Licence or Dealer's Licence shall, in a permanent and legible manner, maintain -
(i) a record of all firearms and major firearm parts brought into stock in Form 20; and
(ii) a record of all firearms and major firearm parts repaired and delivered, sold or let on hire in Form 21,
and shall not later than the seventh day in each month lodge at the police station nearest to the premises named in his licence a copy of those records for the preceding calendar month, whether or not any transaction took place in that month.

(1a) In subregulation (1) and Forms 20 and 21 —
major firearm part means any slide, barrel, revolving chamber, frame, receiver, trigger assembly or magazine….

[The Act referred to in this Regulation is the Firearms Act 1973]

ID: Q3054

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