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Northern Ireland. 2004 ‘Article 19: Issue of European Firearms Pass.’ Firearms (Northern Ireland) Order 2004; Part II, pp. 13-14. Belfast: Northern Ireland Assembly. 10 March
Issue of European Firearms Pass
19.—(1) Where a person who resides in Northern Ireland is granted, or is the holder of, a firearm certificate, he shall be entitled to be issued by the Chief Constable with a European firearms pass.
(2) A European firearms pass is a document —
(a) to which a person is entitled under paragraph (1); and
(b) which contains the particulars required by paragraph (3).
(3) The particulars required by this paragraph are —
(a) particulars identifying the person to whom the pass is issued;
(b) particulars identifying every firearm which —
(i) that person has applied to have included in a European firearms pass; and
(ii) is a firearm in relation to which a firearm certificate granted to that person is in force;
(c) a statement in relation to every firearm identified in the pass as to the category into which it falls for the purposes of Annex I to the European weapons directive;
(d) the date of the issue of the pass and the period from its issue for which the pass is to be valid;
(e) the statements required by paragraph (f) of Annex II to that directive (statements as to travel in the member States with the firearms identified in the pass).
(4) A European firearms pass shall contain space for the making of entries by persons authorised to so do under the law of any member State.
(5) A person may make an application under paragraph (1) —
(a) at the same time as an application for a firearm certificate which will entitle him to the issue of the pass; or
(b) subsequently while the firearm certificate is in force.