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Australian Capital Territory. 1996 ‘Genuine Reasons to Possess or Use Firearms - Vertebrate Pest Animal Control.’ Australian Capital Territory Firearms Act 1996 (A1996-74 - Republication No.45, effective 27 April 2016); Part 7 (Section 61). Canberra: ACT Parliamentary Counsel. 1 January

Relevant contents

Table 61: Genuine Reasons to Possess or Use Firearms - Vertebrate Pest Animal Control

The applicant is —
(a) a professional contract shooter employed in controlling vertebrate pest animals on rural land; or

(b) a person employed by or in, or authorised by, a government agency prescribed by regulation that has functions relating to the control or suppression of vertebrate pest animals; or

(c) a person whose occupation is the business of a primary producer, or who is the owner, lessee, or manager of land used for primary production, and who is taking part in an authorised campaign conducted by or on behalf of a government agency to eradicate large feral animals or animals that are affected by brucellosis or tuberculosis.

ID: Q2529

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