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New Zealand. 1992 ‘Conditions of Endorsements in Respect of Pistols and Restricted Weapons.’ Arms Regulations 1992 (SR 1992/346) [as at 1 January 2010]; Section 22 (Reprint 2010). Wellington: Parliamentary Counsel Office. 11 December
22 Conditions of endorsements in respect of pistols and restricted weapons
(1) Where an endorsement made under section 30 of the Act permits a person to have possession of a pistol in his or her capacity as a member of an incorporated pistol shooting club for the time being recognised by the Commissioner for the purposes of section 29 of the Act, that endorsement shall be subject to the following conditions:
(a) a condition that that person may use the pistol only for target pistol shooting on a pistol range approved by the Commissioner for the purpose:
(b) a condition that that person participate actively in the affairs of the pistol shooting club by taking part in its activities, on the pistol range used by that club, on at least 12 days in each year.
(2) Where an endorsement made under section 30 of the Act permits a person to have possession of a pistol or a restricted weapon in his or her capacity as —
(a) a bona fide collector of firearms; or
(b) a person to whom the pistol or restricted weapon has special significance as an heirloom or memento; or
(c) the Director or Curator of a bona fide museum; or
(d) an approved employee or approved member of any body, being —
(i) a broadcaster within the meaning of the Broadcasting Act 1989; or
(ii) any bona fide theatre company or society or cinematic or television film production company or video recording production company, -
that endorsement shall be subject to the condition that that person shall not under any circumstances use live ammunition in the pistol or restricted weapon.
(3) The conditions imposed by subclauses (1) and (2) are in addition to any other conditions imposed by or under the Act or these regulations.