It’s legal to own a firearm in Australia, as long as you’re not the person who owns it.
And there are a lot of people in Australia who own guns.
It is illegal to sell them, but many do.
The most common reasons people give for owning a firearm include self-defence, protection from crime, hunting, sport or hunting.
And some gun owners are happy to use their firearms to defend their homes.
But not everyone is happy with the law.
For many, owning guns is a way of showing their independence, or of keeping their guns out of the hands of criminals and the mentally ill.
Here’s what you need to know.
Who is a ‘firearm’?
A firearm is an object that shoots bullets.
It can be a gun, a knife, a stick or even a ball.
It’s made from steel or other materials that are durable and durable enough to be fired from, and has an effective range of up to 10 metres.
A “firearm” is defined as a weapon that can be fired, with a particular aim, from it.
A firearm can be any weapon that fires projectiles.
A person who can fire a firearm must be able to carry a licence to do so.
This is known as a “gun owner”.
The Firearms Act 1994 allows you to buy and own firearms from licensed gun dealers.
You must get a licence, and the person you buy the gun from must also hold a firearms licence.
You don’t have to be a licensed gun dealer to own or possess a firearm.
Some people can buy guns online or from licensed dealers.
Some buyers also get a gun from a trusted friend or relative, or someone who owns a gun.
The law doesn’t require anyone to get a firearm licence to buy a firearm, and you can buy firearms online or at licensed dealers in Australia.
What do I need to do to get one?
You can buy a gun online.
You can go to a licensed dealer and register your interest in buying a firearm online.
If you register online, you must also give the dealer your name, address and date of birth.
This helps to confirm that the person buying the gun is who you say they are.
You also need to register with the Department of Justice, which issues a licence.
This allows you and the other person to carry out the transfer of the firearm.
A licensed dealer must then send you a licence which allows you access to the firearm if you are in Australia and you’re in possession of the licence.
When you buy a firearms, the firearm must have been registered in your name and you must give your name.
You’ll also need a gun licence number, which allows the gun to be transferred.
You have to get it from the licensed dealer before you can legally own or use it.
How much do I pay for a firearm?
You’ll need to pay the firearms dealer the price for the firearm you’re buying.
This can range from about $1,000 to about $2,000.
The amount you pay depends on the type of firearm, as well as the size of the weapon, whether it’s a handgun or rifle, and whether it has a magazine.
The dealer must provide you with a receipt if you want it.
The firearm is not included in the licence fee you’ll pay.
How do I know if I’ve got a licence?
The gun you buy will show up on your licence.
If the licence says “this firearm is registered to a person who holds a firearms license”, you can ask the dealer to show you a certificate.
If it doesn’t, you can go online to the Department for Justice’s website.
If there’s no certificate, you’ll need a copy of the firearms licence from the dealer.
If your licence says that the firearm has been registered, you need a record of who owns the firearm to confirm it.
If no such record exists, you won’t be able get a firearms certificate.
It may be possible to apply for a firearms application form, which you can fill out online.
Some dealers are also willing to provide a form to a police officer or a magistrate.
How long does it take to get an application form?
If you’ve already purchased a firearm or are planning to do that, you may want to contact the licensed dealers you bought it from to find out how long it will take.
A police officer can ask for your application form when you’re at a licensed firearms dealer.
The police officer will ask you to sign a form stating that you want the firearm transferred and to provide the details of who you’re transferring it to.
If an application is refused, you will be asked to provide any relevant documents.
You may also need an affidavit from the person transferring the firearm, including details of the criminal offence for which you’re charged.
If this is not possible, the police officer may ask you if you’d like a copy, and then give you the