SABS 953-1 PDF

Any failure or refusal by the person to provide such reasonable information requested by a relevant Designated Firearms Officer, or person acting on behalf of the relevant Designated Firearms Officer will make the recommendation inoperative. No person is compelled to provide further particulars regarding a recommendation. For the purpose of an import, export or in-transit permit under Chapter 8 of the Act, the Registrar may, in respect of a non- citizen who is not resident in the Republic, accept such other set of fingerprints as may be expedient in the circumstances. Provided that the Registrar may, within his or her sole discretion, pending approval of the licence applied for, issue a temporary permit in terms of the Act for the possession of the said firearm. The holder of a licence referred to in section 20 of the Act must keep a register containing the following information: a All the firearms in respect of which he or she holds a licence under section 20 of the Act specified by make, type, calibre and serial number, as well as the date of acquisition and disposal thereof; and b A detailed record of the provision of such firearms to persons during the operation of the business, detailing date and time of such provision as well as return of the firearm, and the identity of the person to whom the firearm was provided. Provided that the Registrar may, on good cause shown, exempt an applicant from complying with the stipulated period.

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Any failure or refusal by the person to provide such reasonable information requested by a relevant Designated Firearms Officer, or person acting on behalf of the relevant Designated Firearms Officer will make the recommendation inoperative. No person is compelled to provide further particulars regarding a recommendation. For the purpose of an import, export or in-transit permit under Chapter 8 of the Act, the Registrar may, in respect of a non- citizen who is not resident in the Republic, accept such other set of fingerprints as may be expedient in the circumstances.

Provided that the Registrar may, within his or her sole discretion, pending approval of the licence applied for, issue a temporary permit in terms of the Act for the possession of the said firearm.

The holder of a licence referred to in section 20 of the Act must keep a register containing the following information: a All the firearms in respect of which he or she holds a licence under section 20 of the Act specified by make, type, calibre and serial number, as well as the date of acquisition and disposal thereof; and b A detailed record of the provision of such firearms to persons during the operation of the business, detailing date and time of such provision as well as return of the firearm, and the identity of the person to whom the firearm was provided.

Provided that the Registrar may, on good cause shown, exempt an applicant from complying with the stipulated period. The report must list the full names and the identification number of the person concerned, particulars of the competency certificate and of the disciplinary transgression and the result of the disciplinary action.

A person previously declared as a collector in a higher category may be declared a collector in such higher category in terms of this regulation.

A person in category A or B shall only be declared in a higher category when the Registrar is, on proof of evidence supplied by the person concerned, satisfied that the person qualifies to be declared in a higher category. A person who applies to be accredited to provide training in the use of firearms for the purpose of section 20 2 b of the Act must, in addition to the particulars set out in regulation 8, submit a proof that the prescribed test on the knowledge of the act and the training curriculum and practical tests regarding the safe and efficient handling of a firearm referred to in section 9 2 q and r of the Act will be used to train persons; b a description of security measures pertaining to the storage, transport and safekeeping of the firearms to be used in the training; and c proof that any practical training or testing which will involve the actual firing of a firearm will only be conducted at a shooting range that complies with the standards determined in terms of the Standards Act, Act No.

A person who applies to be accredited to conduct business in hunting for the purpose of section 20 2 e of the Act must, in addition to the particulars set out in regulation 8, submit a a certified copy of his or her professional hunting or hunting outfitters licence or permit issued by the relevant provincial nature conservation authority of the province in which he or she will conduct the business; b a description of the security measures pertaining to the storage, transport and safekeeping of the firearms to be used in conducting such business, and c documentary proof of membership of a national or international association, organisation or similar institution of which the primary bona fide object is to promote responsible hunting, and which has been approved by the Registrar in his or her discretion.

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