Rifle Licence as family heirloom

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Rifle Licence as family heirloom

Post by dhruvkumarvv » Sun Sep 06, 2020 7:15 pm

My father was GM IN BANK AND HE HAD WINCHESTER RIFLE, He was died in 2005 at that time I was 15 Year old. In 2005-06 after my father passes away our relatives are deposited arm rifle at local police station and sold rifle to someone. Now I am 30 year old I want arm licence so how can I getting licence? If On family heirloom rule able to get, then how ? And how I getting new fresh licence on my father’s legal weapon? which rifle was sold in 2005-06.

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Re: Rifle Licence as family heirloom

Post by Vikram » Sun Sep 06, 2020 8:43 pm

This has been answered a few times. You keep reposting the same question.
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Re: Rifle Licence as family heirloom

Post by andy_65_in » Thu Sep 17, 2020 7:06 pm

dhruvkumarvv wrote:
Sun Sep 06, 2020 7:15 pm
My father was GM IN BANK AND HE HAD WINCHESTER RIFLE, He was died in 2005 at that time I was 15 Year old. In 2005-06 after my father passes away our relatives are deposited arm rifle at local police station and sold rifle to someone. Now I am 30 year old I want arm licence so how can I getting licence? If On family heirloom rule able to get, then how ? And how I getting new fresh licence on my father’s legal weapon? which rifle was sold in 2005-06.
No such rule for family heirloom licence...you acquire a licence and then get a weapon on it

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