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South Sudan. 2016 ‘Exemption from Holding a Firearm Certificate.’ Firearms Bill 2016; Chapter VII (Section 30), pp. 15-16. Juba: Republic of South Sudan. 1 January

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30. Exemption from holding a firearm certificate

The following shall be exempted from holding firearms certificates:

a) A person carrying on the business of a firearm dealer or gunsmith;
b) A person carrying on the business of an approved carrier or an approved warehouseman;
c) A slaughterhouse worker having a captive bolt gun manufactured for use in an abattoir in the stunning and killing of animals;
d) Any person may, without holding a firearm certificate have in his or her possession a firearm or ammunition on Board a ship or a signalling apparatus on board an aircraft or at an aerodrome as part of the equipment of the ship, aircraft or aerodrome;
e) A member of a rifle club approved by the licensing authority, or of a cadet unit;
f) An athlete or sports person engaged in organizing an approved activity for athletics or sports;
g) Any person being a servant of a corporation to which a firearm certificate has been issued; and
h) Any person taking part in theatrical performance or film production or the rehearsal of the performance or production on such conditions as the licensing authority may impose.

ID: Q12136

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