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Australian Capital Territory. 2008 ‘Adult Licence Condition, Category C or H Licences.’ Firearms Regulation 2008 (SL2008-55, Republication No 13, effective 1 December 2015); Section 20 (Part 4). Canberra: ACT Parliamentary Counsel. 22 December

Relevant contents

20. Adult licence condition, category C or H licences - Act, s 73 (1) (g)

(1) This section applies to a category C and category H licence if the genuine reason for possessing or using the firearm is sport or target shooting.

(2) It is a condition of the licence that, each year —
(a) the licensee gives the registrar a written statement from an approved club stating that the licensee is a financial and active member of the club; and
(b) if the licensee holds a category C licence that authorises the possession and use of a prohibited firearm (other than a firearm mentioned in the Act, schedule 1, item 6, item 11 or item 12) for the purposes of a shooting competition - the licensee takes part in at least 4 clay target competitions organised by a club affiliated with the Australian Clay Target Association.

(3) The licensee must give the registrar the statement mentioned in subsection (2) (a) not later than 30 days after the end of the year.

[The Act referred to in this Regulation is the Firearms Act 1996]

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