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South Africa. 2004 ‘Safety Measures for the Display of Ammunition in a Private Collection.’ Firearms Control Regulations, 2004; Chapter 4 (Section 18). Pretoria: Department of Safety and Security. 26 March

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18. Safety Measures for the Display of Ammunition in a Private Collection

A private collector may display ammunition only if:
a) it is displayed -
i) in a vault, safe or other receptacle that has been specifically constructed or modified for secure and safe display and that when unattended is kept securely locked;
ii) on a premises where there is an electronic burglar alarm system;
and
iii) on the premises, every window that can be opened is secured with burglar proofing and every exterior door can be securely locked and has a security gate; or

b) it is displayed under security measures that will, within the discretion of the Registrar, be equal or superior to those set in paragraph (a) and that are approved by the Registrar.

ID: Q5255

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