fire arm license

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fire arm license

Postby sgeorge » Mon, 2010-04-12 13:20

Hi

I would like to know what i must do regarding me not applying to renew my fire arm license, I did not make use of the opportunity to re-new before 11th April 2010.Please help.

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Re: fire arm license

Postby GOSA » Mon, 2010-04-12 16:12

sgeorge wrote:Hi

I would like to know what i must do regarding me not applying to renew my fire arm license, I did not make use of the opportunity to re-new before 11th April 2010.Please help.

Regards,
Stewart George.


From the main page at http://www.gunownerssa.org

Note that your old "green" licence is still valid and remains valid until the outcome of the Hunters' court case. One likely outcome of the court case is that the green licence will remain valid for life, since it was issued for life.


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Re: fire arm license

Postby sgeorge » Mon, 2010-04-12 17:50

GOSA wrote:
sgeorge wrote:Hi

I would like to know what i must do regarding me not applying to renew my fire arm license, I did not make use of the opportunity to re-new before 11th April 2010.Please help.

Regards,
Stewart George.


From the main page at http://www.gunownerssa.org

Note that your old "green" licence is still valid and remains valid until the outcome of the Hunters' court case. One likely outcome of the court case is that the green licence will remain valid for life, since it was issued for life.


Why do you want to do anything?



Hi

I would like to keep my firearm, tell me what will happen if i get stopped by the police and i produce my "green licence" will they arrest me or will they take my gun.

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Postby GOSA » Wed, 2010-04-14 06:38

That would be an illegal arrest. If they take your gun it's armed robbery :-)
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