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Substitution

  • 12-07-2020 3:14pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 107 ✭✭ JohnFitz2332
    Registered User


    Hi everyone,

    Quick question about a substitution. In a private sale, would I have to wait for the licence application for the person buying my old firearm to be approved before my own new licence itself is approved?

    Also, am I correct in presuming that I would need to put the rifle I'm selling into storage so that I don't end up illegally possessing a firearm once the buyer has been licenced?

    Thanks in advance


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  • Registered Users Posts: 850 ✭✭✭ zeissman
    Registered User


    Hi everyone,

    Quick question about a substitution. In a private sale, would I have to wait for the licence application for the person buying my old firearm to be approved before my own new licence itself is approved?

    Also, am I correct in presuming that I would need to put the rifle I'm selling into storage so that I don't end up illegally possessing a firearm once the buyer has been licenced?

    Thanks in advance
    If you put the rifle your selling into a dealers and get a receipt to show that you left it in you can go ahead and get your substitution


  • Registered Users Posts: 107 ✭✭ JohnFitz2332
    Registered User


    zeissman wrote: »
    If you put the rifle your selling into a dealers and get a receipt to show that you left it in you can go ahead and get your substitution


    Brilliant, thanks mate


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