FIREARMS REGULATIONS 1974 - REG 26B
26B. Certain licences, permits and approvals not to be issued, granted or given
- In this regulation - revolving rifle means a rifle the ammunition for which is loaded into and fired from a revolving cylinder or revolving chamber.
- A licence, permit or approval relating to a firearm cannot be issued, granted or given if —
- in the opinion of the Commissioner, the firearm closely resembles a firearm that is prohibited under regulation 26; or
- in the opinion of the Commissioner, the firearm is designed to be, or capable of being, readily adapted for use as a handgun; or
- the firearm is specified in the Table to subregulation (4); or
- subject to subregulation (3), the firearm is a revolving rifle.
- Subregulation (2)(d) does not prevent a licence, permit or approval being issued, granted or given for a revolving rifle if —
- the revolving rifle is a single action revolving rifle; and
- in the opinion of the Commissioner, the revolving rifle has significant commemorative, historical, thematic or heirloom value.
- The following firearms are specified for the purpose of subregulation (2)(c) -
- .22 calibre Armi Jager model AP 15 semi‑automatic rifle
- .22 calibre Armi Jager model AP 75 semi‑automatic rifle
- .22 calibre Josef G: Landmann‑Preetz model JGL — Automat 65 semi‑automatic rifle
- .22 calibre Squibman Model 16 semi‑automatic rifle
- .223 calibre Remington make, 7615P model, pump‑action rifle
- .223 calibre Vektor make, H 5 model, pump‑action rifle
- 7.62 mm calibre Cugir pump‑action (Romanian make) rifle designed for ammunition with a case length of 39 mm