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South Africa. 2004 ‘Safety Measures for the Display of Firearms in a Private Collection.’ Firearms Control Regulations, 2004; Chapter 4 (Section 16). Pretoria: Department of Safety and Security. 26 March

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16. Safety Measures for the Display of Firearms in a Private Collection

A private collector may publicly display a firearm if -
a) the firearm is unloaded;
b) the firearm, if it is a handgun, is displayed in a lockable display cabinet; or
c) where the firearm is on open display, it must be rendered inoperable by means of a secure locking device; or
d) the firearm is securely attached to a non-portable structure on which, or in which, it is displayed by a metal attachment, chain, metal cable or similar device in such manner that the firearm cannot readily be removed; and
e) the firearm is not displayed with, and is not readily accessible to, ammunition that can be discharged from it, except where such firearm or ammunition is displayed in a locked display cabinet or similar device.

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