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Queensland. 1996 ‘Firearms Licence - 1 Category D Firearm for Occupational Culling of Animals.’ Weapons Regulation 1996 (As in force on 1 July 2015); Section 21 (Part 3). Brisbane: Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel. 19 December

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21. Firearms licence - 1 category D firearm for occupational culling of animals

(1) A person who, in the conduct of the person's business or employment (whether or not in primary production), has a need for a category D weapon to cull animals may apply for a firearms licence with an endorsement for no more than 2 category D weapons.

(2) An authorised officer may endorse the licence with the number of category D weapons, not being more than 2 category D weapons, the authorised officer decides is reasonably necessary to satisfy the applicant's need.

(3) The licence authorises the licensee to possess and use the number of category D weapons endorsed on the licence, not being more than 2 category D weapons, but only to satisfy the need stated on the licence.

(4) The licence must state the area where the weapon may be used.

[The Act referred to in this Regulation is the Weapons Act 1990]

ID: Q2719

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