gun licence

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gun licence

nporto d'armi
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22 ammunition without a firearms licence at his former property in Co Dublin.
The committee also suggested that people found guilty of offences connected with violence in the family, not be allowed to hold a firearm licence and that the chief of police be given the right to stop the issue of a firearms licence at his discretion.
In order to get a firearms licence, you have to write to the police explaining why you want one.
It took me more than three months to get a Section 1 firearms licence - your background is investigated and two visits from a firearms officer to your property are required.
But a report recently highlighted that if somebody has a firearms licence and then develops a reason why they should not have one there is no requirement for GPs to tell us about that.
A CAMPAIGN announced by the Association of Chief Police Officers' (ACPO) asking people to report signs of radicalisation, extremism and vulnerability to terrorism among firearms licence holders has been described as "unjustified and ill-judged" by the Countryside Alliance (CA).
During the hearing, in which it emerged that Atherton was not refused a firearms licence by Durham police as legal advice stated a history of domestic violence alone was not a good enough reason, Mr Tweddle said: "In my opinion, these deaths were avoidable.
If there was no grounds for applying for the revocation of a firearms licence the guns would be returned to the firearms licence holder.
Assistant Chief Constable Michael Banks confirmed that a resident of the house held a firearms licence.
Police launched Operation Target urging members of the public to surrender any unwanted self-contained gas cartridge air weapons before April 30, when it is illegal to own them without a firearms licence.
A prominent solicitor yesterday won a significant High Court ruling against police who took away his firearms licence because he told his elderly mother where he kept the key to his gun safe.
One in 14 firearms licence applications was refused in the Teesside area last year, the most in England and Wales - and the highest rate since 1990.