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Queensland. 1990 ‘Collector's Licence (Weapons).’ Weapons Act 1990 (As in force on 20 November 2015); Section 77 (Part 4). Brisbane: Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel. 19 September

Relevant contents

77. Collector's licence (weapons)

(1) It is a condition of a collector's licence (weapons) that the licensee may possess —
(a) category D, M or R weapons only if —
(i) for weapons that are firearms - the weapons are made permanently inoperable; or
(ii) for other weapons - the weapons are inert; or
(b) category A, B or C weapons that are collectable firearms manufactured on or after 1 January 1901 only if the weapons are made temporarily inoperable; or
(c) category H weapons only if —
(i) they are manufactured before 1 January 1947 and are temporarily inoperable, collectable firearms; or
(ii) they are manufactured on or after 1 January 1947 and are temporarily inoperable, collectible firearms and the licensee's licence is endorsed to allow possession of collectable firearms manufactured on or after 1 January 1947; or
(iii) otherwise - they are permanently inoperable.

(2) In this section —
collectable firearm means a firearm that is of obvious and significant commemorative, historic, thematic or investment value.

ID: Q2695

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