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    It's quite the risk to take ...

    Unfortunately, we all have to work within the national Firearms laws dictated to us, no matter how unfair or draconian they may be.



    I think it was the 1968 Firearms act that mandated Firearms need to registered in the UKicon, but I might be wrong.

    It would seem the NZicon police don't know who's got what and how many they have, it's rather difficult putting the horse back in the stable if you don't even know where the horse is!

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    It was the 1962 Act that tried and failed to encapsulate everything, but it was in deed as you state the 1968 Act that changed things for good.

    I am sure I recollect NZicon had Firearms Laws modelled off the UKicon, as several of our officers transferred there in the 2000's and found a like minded system.
    Is that not the case?
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    I tend to agree with you. Depending on the next 4 to 5 years, we could see 2 new members on the Supreme Court here in the US and that will lead to a flurry of gun rights cases being reviewed. In California, the governor just signed a "precursor parts bill" requiring all gun parts have serialized numbers and be registered with the California DOJ. Of course, it doesn't go into effect until 01/01/24, which tells you he knew it was illegal when he signed it, but he can now brag that he did.

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