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Pitcairn. 2003 ‘Weapons Used in Sporting Activities.’ Local Government (Firearms Control) Regulations; Section 12 (Part III). Pitcairn: Island Council of Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands. 28 March

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Weapons used in sporting activities

12 (1) A person carrying a firearm or ammunition belonging to another person holding a certificate under these Regulations may, without holding such a certificate, have in his or her possession that firearm or ammunition under instructions from, and for the use of, that other person for the purpose of a sporting activity.

(2) A person may, without holding a certificate, have a firearm in his or her possession at an athletic meeting for the purpose of starting races at that meeting.

(3) A member of any rifle, pistol or shooting club approved in writing by the Police Officer may, without holding a certificate, have in his or her possession a firearm and ammunition when participating as a member in competitions held by such clubs, or in connection with instruction or target practice.

(4) A person may, without holding a shot gun certificate, use a shot gun at any time and place approved by the Police Officer for the purpose of shooting at artificial targets.

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