Displaying Firearms – Heirlooms and Collectables

New Zealand has a long history of firearms ownership - from wars fought locally and globally, the deer culling years, or simply heirlooms from family, sporting memorabilia and more. Regardless of the source, you may have a firearm that you want to have, and put on display. What are the rules regarding owning these...

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