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Queensland. 1996 ‘Possession or Use of Weapon Unlawful to Extent Another Licence is Needed to Authorise that Possession or Use.’ Weapons Regulation 1996 (As in force on 1 July 2015); Section 3 (Part 2). Brisbane: Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel. 19 December
3. Possession or use of weapon unlawful to extent another licence is needed to authorise that possession or use
(1) The possession or use of a weapon under a licence is unlawful to the extent that a licence of another class is needed to authorise that possession or use.
X holds a firearms licence that on its face authorises X to possess or use any category A or B firearm.
However, X must not possess or use a category A or B weapon —
(a) as part of a collection of weapons (a collector's licence (heirloom) or (weapons) is needed); or
(b) in performing duties as a security guard (a security licence (guard) is needed); or
(c) as a security organisation (a security licence (organisation) is needed); or
(d) to store, manufacture, modify or repair the weapon in the course of the licensee's business of storing, manufacturing, modifying or repairing weapons (an armourers licence is needed); or
(e) for the purpose of dealing in weapons (a dealer's licence is needed); or
(f) for the purpose of supplying the weapon, without a change in its ownership, on a temporary basis for use in the production of a theatrical, film or television production (a theatrical ordnance supplier's licence is needed); or
(g) to provide an approved training course (a firearms licence (instructor) is needed).
(2) A licence given after the commencement of this regulation must contain a copy of subsection (1).
(3) Failure to comply with subsection (2) does not invalidate any proceeding for an offence.
[The Act referred to in this Regulation is the Weapons Act 1990]