penalties for non-compliance with the Weapons Act
A recent meeting of the Australasian Police
Ministers Conference came up with the idea of a
truly national gun database. A feasibility study is
to be undertaken. One wonders what has been
happening in all the years since Port Arthur.
Amendments to the Weapons Act
for category H weapons
effectively divide antique and collectable
handguns into four classes. Each of
the classes now requires a different action by
By this, WLB
Q: If WLB
knows the weapon's class, why do they ask the
collector to classify it?
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