The control of firearms in Northern Ireland and the draft firearms (Northern Ireland) Order 2002
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The control of firearms in Northern Ireland and the draft firearms (Northern Ireland) Order 2002 fourth report of session 2002-03. Volume 1. by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Northern Ireland Affairs Committee.

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Published by Stationery Office in London .
Written in English


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StatementNorthern Ireland Affairs Committee :
Series[HC] -- 76-I
The Physical Object
Pagination67p. :
Number of Pages67
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20321590M
ISBN 100215007972
OCLC/WorldCa320039439

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  The average age of Northern Ireland’s gun owners is The youngest is 17 and the oldest A total of teenagers in Northern Ireland hold a firearms licence (as of March 1st ) and together they own a total of guns. Of this group, are male, 18 are years-old, 33 are years-old and 98 are years-old.   The Detail has been given rare access to information stored on the Police Service of Northern Ireland's (PSNI) Firearms database in response to a . The Law of Firearms & Offensive Weapons provides an in-depth analysis and guide to the laws relating to firearms and offensive weapons in Ireland, the first book dealing with this specific area of law. In relation to firearms the author considers the licensing requirements and criminal offences as well as the lawful distribution, sale and. FIREARMS (NORTHERN IRELAND) ORDER PART I Introductory PART II Firearm Certificates, etc Firearm certificates Museum firearms licences Visitors’ firearm permits Certificates granted in Great Britain, etc. Issue, etc. of documents for European purposes PART III Firearms Dealers PART IV Control of Transactions.

Guidance on Northern Ireland Firearms Controls Belfast: Northern Ireland Assembly, 1 February. (Q) Full Citation. Northern Ireland. ‘Import and Export of Firearms (Regulation of Firearm Imports).’ Guidance on Northern Ireland Firearms Controls Belfast: Northern Ireland Assembly, 1 February. (Q) Full Citation. The Firearms (NI) Order states that, unless exempted, a firearm certificate is required for the purchase and possession of firearms and ammunition in Northern Ireland.. This makes it an offence for any person to purchase, acquire or have in their possession, a firearm or ammunition without holding a valid firearm certificate. These Regulations make provision in respect of deactivated firearms and amend the Firearms (Northern Ireland) Order (“the Order”) (S.I. /) (N.I. 3) in order to complete the implementation in the United Kingdom of Directive (EU) / of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 May (“the Directive”) amending Council Directive 91//EEC (“the Council Directive 91//EEC was designed as a measure to balance internal market objectives and security imperatives regarding 'civil' firearms.. This directive was revised first in by Directive /51/EC and then in by Directive // revision brings substantial improvements to security by making it harder to legally acquire certain high capacity weapons, such as.