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Thread: NZ Police Make Endorsment Specific - POL 67X

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    NZ Police Make Endorsment Specific - POL 67X

    Form to fill out for A cat to E cat conversion POL67X - MSSA, A to E.pdf

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    Mee too, been around a couple of weeks and only works if you already have an E.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikee View Post
    Mee too, been around a couple of weeks and only works if you already have an E.
    Please elaborate?
    "I would rather suffer under imperfect freedom, than languish under perfect control".

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    Its my understanding that the form is used to convert a previously A cat Semi Auto to an E cat one (MSSA) something that was totally impossible with out actually surrendering something prior to all the current shambles. If you check it you will see top right "Endorsements Currently Held". I am also under the understanding that If you want an E because you are in this situation then you must apply in the normal way and the application will be considered in the normal way. In other words just because you own one of the affected reclassified firearms will not necessarily mean you automatically get the E endorsement issued. Confused yet??

    Even though I have an E I am keeping at least 2 of the affected rifles I own on A because its just easier and I like to give others the opportunity to use them, legally Something not possible with an E endorsed firearm

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    Definately seems that mikee is right no.3 on the second page on the list of requirements, You must have, or be an applicant for a general endorsement pursuant to s30B of the arms act.

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    Don't worry there is another form, POL67H I think. It's for first time applicants and has referee places on rear etc. I've seen it.

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    My AO also recommended to only submit the POL 67X after the 11/12/13 as it will not cost you. Otherwise it's like $60 or something? Don't quote me on that
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    Try a teensy weenie bit higher, like say around the 200 dollar mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thirdguy View Post
    Definately seems that mikee is right no.3 on the second page on the list of requirements, You must have, or be an applicant for a general endorsement pursuant to s30B of the arms act.
    Agree.
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    Club idea sounds good.
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    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Sold my NEA 15 and bought a Ruger Mini 15..........just couldnt be arsed with all the fucking around for one firearm.....had my fun...staying A cat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tussock View Post
    Aaargh what a mess. Something so tiny, trivial and irrelevant turned into so much work and expense for people.

    I suggest we start the NZHS MSSA club today.

    The question that annoys me is "why not a sporting firearm". Umm, it is a sporting firearm. We all have sporting firearms. I use mine nearly every day. I either have to give it up at huge expense, or turn it into a piece of junk at huge expense, or convert it to MSSA at huge expense.
    a thousand times this. fuck it's stupid and pointless

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    And if I remember correctly your e cat and b cat have the same rules you have to do a certain amount of shoots a year and belong to a registerd club

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dynastar27 View Post
    And if I remember correctly your e cat and b cat have the same rules you have to do a certain amount of shoots a year and belong to a registerd club
    Only for B cat.
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