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    https://www.police.govt.nz/about-us/...rts?nondesktop

    Here's another one from the police website.

    The links are in the new arms act pdf that's floating around. But here are direct links to the pdf downloads.

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    If I read that correctly Ecat holders get no compensation at all ? WTF!
    "Hunting and fishing" fucking over licenced firearms owners since ages ago.

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    No compensation for the endorsement fee.
    Welcome to Sako club.

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    To encourage people in possession of prohibited firearms to surrender them, the government
    has said it will operate a buy-back scheme. The intention of the scheme is to augment the
    effectiveness of the amnesty and acknowledge that the majority of people with prohibited
    firearms held them legally prior to the change and would be financially impacted by the
    change. The buyback scheme is still being developed, but initial plans involve a scheme for a
    payment per prohibited firearm surrendered. It may not include firearm parts/magazines now
    banned
    and would not apply to pistols or restricted weapons that may be handed in whether
    held legally or illegally prior to the recent Order in Council or this Bill.

    Initial feedback from the firearms community to Police indicates that early communication of
    the details of the buyback and the speed of payment will be instrumental to the success of
    the amnesty as it will give owners of firearms certainty of what the government is offering for
    their firearms,
    and will allow them to move forward under the new regime.

    Fail and fail.
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    Well Dogmatix, I think the term 'Regime' used in the end of that last paragraph is emblematic of a few things surrounding this government at the moment.

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    Reading through it they don't have a clue.
    Cost could be low, medium or high. Wow.
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    Pretty tough that Dealers who currently have stock of restricted firearms, parts & ammunition won't get compensation under that publication

    Also looking at banning private sales

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    Quote Originally Posted by coltace View Post
    Well Dogmatix, I think the term 'Regime' used in the end of that last paragraph is emblematic of a few things surrounding this government at the moment.
    Jacinda Maduro.

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    Stalina Ardern would be more suitable
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