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Queensland. 1996 ‘Storage Measures for Armourers, Dealers, and Theatrical Ordnance Suppliers - External Doors.’ Weapons Regulation 1996 (As in force on 1 July 2015); Section 34 (Part 5). Brisbane: Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel. 19 December

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34. External doors

(1) This section applies to any door able to give access into the premises.

(2) The door must have 1 padbolt fitted within 300mm of its top and 1 padbolt fitted within 300mm of its bottom, and a built-in deadlock.

(3) If the padbolt is on the outside of the door, the padbolt must have a sturdy padlock.

(4) The deadlock and padlock must always be locked (other than for the time necessary to have the premises open for a proper purpose).

(5) A door (other than a glass shopfront door) must be made of steel or solid timber and have steel door jambs.

(6) A glass shopfront door must be made of laminated glass in a metal frame and have metal door jambs and a grill.

(7) The pins inside the door hinges must be incapable of ready removal.

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

ID: Q2727

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