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Canada. 1998 ‘Storage of Restricted Weapons and Prohibited Weapons, Devices and Ammunition and Their Components and Parts.’ Storage, Display and Transportation of Firearms and Other Weapons by Businesses Regulations SOR/98-210; Section 8. Ottawa: Ministry of Justice. 24 March

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Storage of Restricted Weapons and Prohibited Weapons, Devices and Ammunition and Their Components and Parts

8. A business may store a restricted weapon, a prohibited weapon, a prohibited device or prohibited ammunition, or a component or part thereof, only if:
(a) it is stored
(i) in a vault, safe or room that has been specifically constructed or modified for its secure storage and that is kept securely locked, and
(ii) on premises where there is an electronic burglar alarm system and every window that can be opened, and every exterior door, can be securely locked; or
(b) it is stored under security measures that are equal or superior to those set out in paragraph (a) and that are approved in writing by the chief firearms officer who issued a licence to the business.

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