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    Only eight days remain for firearms owners to hand in prohibited firearms and parts

    Only eight days remain for firearms owners to hand in prohibited firearms and parts


    Police says thousands have taken part in the amnesty and buy-back scheme - with more than 47 thousand firearms and 170 thousand parts handed in so far.

    They say they're aware of people still intending to modify firearms - and others wanting to apply for compensation.

    Those people must advice Police of those intentions before December 20.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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