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    New police online licence process.

    Just went through it today. Was actually really easy and bloody quick. Quicker and more efficient than the old way
    I just took the completed form into the cop shop and a few hours later the seller had an email from the police confirming I'm a good bugger...

    Pleasantly surprised.

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    Awesome! Is this the mail order forms??


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    Quote Originally Posted by TianBotha View Post
    Awesome! Is this the mail order forms??


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    Yeah. Printed off the form, filled out what I could, took it in and all good...

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    Done the same thing today. Done and dusted in 10minutes.

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    Its good unless its a semi auto or part for, then you get the 3rd degree.
    Welcome to Sako club.

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    So is the only difference your filling in the details at home instead of the police station?
    But you still go to the police station to get everything verified?

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    Yes. And they'll take the form themselves rather than you mailing it to the buyer/seller.

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    Works great when there's somebody there who will do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beavis View Post
    Works great when there's somebody there who will do it.
    & they send it to the correct email address.....

    All & all it works great

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    Hold on ,there is another massive loop hole.Heather the drug dealer , could have her legitimate mate get the gun and give it to her....( just kidding:-)

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    Could someone share the link to this page ? many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wildman View Post
    .... just took the completed form into the cop shop and a few hours later the seller had an email from the police confirming I'm a good bugger...
    It's not online as such, so no actual web page to visit and do the business.

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    TimK likes this.
    Welcome to Sako club.

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    I've only done it once. The local station emailed it to the Arms Officer who ticked it off and emailed it to the retailer. I didn't think the AO part was required.

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    Just done the same thing. Took a while for the guy at the desk to get his head around it, but fingers crossed the remainder of the transaction goes smoothly and I'm making black clouds come Saturday.

 

 

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