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Tonga. 1969 ‘Rifles and Shotguns.’ Chapter 39A. Arms and Ammunition Regulations, 1969 [1988 Revised Edition]; Section 3. Nuku'alofa: Privy Council. 28 February

Relevant contents

3. Rifles and Shotguns

Where the arm specified in a licence to possess, use and carry an arm and
ammunition is a rifle or a shot gun, it shall be a condition of such licence that
such rifle or shot gun shall be carried unloaded; and —
(a) in the case of a rifle, with, if possible, the magazine and bolt removed, or otherwise with the magazine or bolt removed; or
(b) in the case of a shot gun, either broken or in parts;
Provided that —
(i) the provisions of this regulation shall not apply when such rifle or shot gun is being carried with the "immediate" intention of discharging the same;
(ii) the provisions of paragraph (a) or paragraph (b) of this regulation shall not apply if compliance with such paragraph is impossible.

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