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  • 10 Part Guide to a Firearms Licence in Queensland (Part 2)

     

    Applying for a permit to acquire (PTA) is the first step in acquiring a weapon. If you are acquiring the weapon from a licensed individual (who is not a weapons dealer), you must ensure the sale is brokered. A PTA authorises a weapons licence holder to buy or acquire a weapon. This assists QPS in tracking weapons movement and identifying the weapons registered to a licensee and where they are stored.

     

    1. Application

    A Permit to Acquire application must be made for each weapon you intend to acquire. Fees are payable for each application.

    • You can now submit and pay for a PTA application online.
    • Alternatively, an application for a permit to acquire (form 28) can be downloaded and then lodged and paid for at your local Queensland police station.  At the station you will need to provide details of your current weapons licence and show photographic identification.

     

    2. Waiting Period

    The mandatory waiting period for a PTA is 28 days from the date the application is lodged. Applicants who do not provide sufficient information or supporting documentation will experience delays in processing or possible rejection of the application.

     

    3. How will you be Advised

    If the application is successful, a PTA (Form 27) will be issued by Weapons Licensing and forwarded to you by mail. You can request to have your PTA faxed to a licensed weapons dealer. You will need to provide the dealer's name and fax number in writing to Weapons Licensing.

    If the application is not successful, you will be notified in writing.

     

    4. Permit to Acquire/Notice of Disposal – Form 27

    Form 27 is an approved and issued PTA, which is in two parts.  The top half of this form is your issued PTA and the bottom half is the notice of disposal. The expiry date will be nominated on the PTA. If you do not acquire the weapon before the PTA expires you will need to apply for a new PTA.

    Once you have received your PTA (form 27) you may purchase or acquire the weapon.

     

    5. Acquiring from a Licensed Weapons Dealer

    If you are acquiring the weapon from a licensed weapons Dealer they will sign the front of the notice of disposal. The dealer will then forward the completed form to Weapons Licensing. On receipt, Weapons Licensing will transfer the registration of the nominated weapon to your licence.

     

    6. Acquiring from a Licensed Individual

    If you are acquiring a weapon from a licensed individual, you are required to have the transaction brokered by a licensed weapons dealer. The transaction can be brokered by a Queensland police officer if the nearest licensed dealer is more than 100km from your usual place of residence.

    The weapons dealer or police officer will check the bottom section of the PTA and complete the licensed dealer/police certificate on the reverse side of the PTA. The dealer or police officer will then forward the completed form to Weapons Licensing. On receipt, Weapons Licensing will transfer the registration of the weapon to your licence.

    The disposer of the weapon is required to sign the notice of disposal. If for some reason the disposer is unable to sign the document, a statutory declaration outlining the reason must be attached to the form 27.

    Both the acquirer and disposer should sign the back of the PTA.

    If you fail to present the weapon with the PTA to a licensed weapons dealer (or a police officer) the transaction is not complete.  The firearm will not be registered to your licence. The PTA will expire and you will be unlawfully in possession of a firearm and at risk of prosecution.

     

    7. Registration of the Firearm to your Licence

    Once Weapons Licensing receives the completed notice of disposal, the weapon will be transferred from the disposer’s licence and registered to your licence.  It will then be reflected on your weapons list which Weapons Licensing will forward to you once the transaction has been finalised on the Commissioner’s firearms register.

     

    8. Modifying a PTA

    If you require modification to a PTA (i.e. you have changed your mind about the weapon to be acquired) you must return the original PTA to Weapons Licensing for modification.

     

    9. PTA Expires Before Acquiring a Weapon

    A PTA cannot be used to acquire a weapon once it has expired. Therefore, if a PTA expires before you have acquired a weapon the PTA will be unusable and should be returned to Weapons Licensing.  A PTA cannot be renewed and you will need to make a new application.

     

    10. Lost/Stolen/Destroyed PTAs

    If a PTA is lost, stolen or destroyed you must immediately report the matter to a police station and complete Form 3 - application for replacement licence - permit to acquire. On receipt of the Form 3, Weapons Licensing will issue a replacement.​

     

    11. Additional Requirements for Permits to Acquire

     

    Category A, B - sport or target shooting:

    • The make, model, type, calibre and action of the intended firearm/weapon
    • For category B only, provide the reason why the weapon is required and why the need cannot be satisfied in another way.

     

    Category C - sport or target shooting:

    • All details of the intended firearm/weapon; including serial number, make, model, type, calibre, action and magazine capacity
    • The reason why the weapon is required and why the need cannot be satisfied in another way.

     

    Category H - sport or target shooting:

    The make, model, type, calibre, action and barrel length of the intended firearm/weapon;
    A letter/certificate from your shooting club stating:

    • That you are a current member of the club
    • The type of firearm that is being acquired and is approved for use at their range of the club or an approved shooting club affiliated.


    If there are already two category H firearms of the same calibre and action on the pistol licence and you are wanting to acquire more firearms of the same calibre and action, please provide a detailed genuine reason why the need cannot be satisfied with the current firearms registered to your pistol licence.

     

    Category H - primary production and sports or target shooting:

    If your current concealable licence (category H) has been issued for both primary production use (PPH or PP1) and sports and target shooting (PC1) in addition to the specific requirements for the individual reason, you must specify which firearm (if any) you require for the purposes of primary production.

     

    Category M - crossbow club:

    • The make, model and serial number of the weapon (if known)
    • Why the weapon is required.

     

    Category A, B or M - recreational shooter

    • The make, model, type, calibre and action of the intended firearm/weapon; serial number (if known)
    • Category B and M, please provide the reason the weapon is required and why the need cannot be satisfied in another way.

     

    Category A, B - primary producer

    • The make, model, type, calibre and action of the intended firearm/weapon;
    • For category B only, provide the reason the weapon is required and why the need cannot be satisfied in another way.

     

    Category C, D or H - primary production

    • All details of the intended firearm/weapon, including serial number, make, model, type, calibre, action and magazine capacity.
    • The reason the weapon is required and why the need cannot be satisfied in another way.

     

    Category C, E or H - Security Organisations

    If there are a number of firearms currently registered to your licence:

    • Provide details as to why an additional firearm/weapon is required; and
    • Why the need cannot be satisfied by the firearm(s)/weapon(s) currently registered to your licence; and
    • The calibre and action of the firearm/weapon.

     

    Category A, B, C, D, H, M, R - Collectors

    Whether the firearm or weapon is permanently or temporarily inoperable.

    • A permanently inoperable D, H, M or R firearm or weapon will require a Form 31 Certificate of Firearm/Weapon being permanently inoperable upon application.
    • A temporarily inoperable firearm/weapon requires information relating to the obvious and significant commemorative, historic, thematic or investment value of the firearms/weapons. (Documentation for each weapon must be substantiated for each claim).

    Category H, temporarily inoperable handguns, other than pre-1901, must also be accompanied by a declaration signed by a representative of an approved historical society (QP517) stating that the representative is satisfied that the firearm/weapon is of obvious and significant commemorative, historic, thematic or investment value.

     

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  • 10 Part Guide to a Firearms Licence in Queensland (Part 4)

     

    How to get a Permit to Aquire (PTA) a Firearm in Queensland?

    You cannot own or buy a weapon just because you have a Weapons Licence. You also need a "Permit to Acquire" a Firearm.

    A permit to acquire is for 1 weapon only. You must apply again each time you want to buy or acquire a new weapon..

     

    Video Permit to Acquire (PTA)

    To apply for a permit to acquire, you must have (or have applied for) a valid weapons licence. You can only apply for the type of weapon that is covered on your licence.

    See our video for help applying.

    The permit to acquire will be mailed to you if your application is successful. You can have it faxed to your licensed gun dealer if you include their fax number in your application.

    You will be told (in writing) if your application is not successful.

     

    Apply for a Permit to Acquire

    Online

    There are 2 types of permit —individual and business. Choose what suits you.

     

    Permit to acquire individual

    Permit to acquire business

     

    Apply for a PTA at your Local Police Station

    Download the application form if you cannot apply online.

    Go to your local police station with the completed forms and the other documents you need.

    These include a photo I.D. and details of your current weapons licence or application.

     

    Purchasing or Acquiring a Firearm in Queensland

    Once you have your permit to acquire you must use a licensed dealer to get a weapon.

    You can go directly to a dealer or have them act as an agent between you and another licensed weapon owner.

    Go to your local police station if the nearest dealer is more than 100km from where you live.

     

    Applying for a permit to acquire (PTA) is the first step in acquiring a weapon. If you are acquiring the weapon from a licensed individual (who is not a weapons dealer), you must ensure the sale is brokered.

    A PTA authorises a weapons licence holder to buy or acquire a weapon. This assists QPS in tracking weapons movement and identifying the weapons registered to a licensee and where they are stored.

     

    1. Application

    A Permit to Acquire application must be made for each weapon you intend to acquire. Fees are payable for each application.

    You can now submit and pay for a PTA application online.

    Alternatively, an application for a permit to acquire (form 28) can be downloaded and then lodged and paid for at your local Queensland police station.  At the station you will need to provide details of your current weapons licence and show photographic identification.

     

    2. Waiting period

    The mandatory waiting period for a PTA is 28 days from the date the application is lodged.

    Applicants who do not provide sufficient information or supporting documentation will experience delays in processing or possible rejection of the application.

     

    3. How will you be advised

    If the application is successful, a PTA (Form 27) will be issued by Weapons Licensing and forwarded to you by mail. You can request to have your PTA faxed to a licensed weapons dealer. You will need to provide the dealer's name and fax number in writing to Weapons Licensing.

    If the application is not successful, you will be notified in writing.

     

    4. Permit to acquire/notice of disposal – form 27

    Form 27 is an approved and issued PTA, which is in two parts.  The top half of this form is your issued PTA and the bottom half is the notice of disposal. The expiry date will be nominated on the PTA. If you do not acquire the weapon before the PTA expires you will need to apply for a new PTA.

    Once you have received your PTA (form 27) you may purchase or acquire the weapon.

     

    5. Acquiring from a licensed weapons dealer

    If you are acquiring the weapon from a licensed weapons Dealer they will sign the front of the notice of disposal. The dealer will then forward the completed form to Weapons Licensing. On receipt, Weapons Licensing will transfer the registration of the nominated weapon to your licence.

     

    6. Acquiring from a licensed individual

    If you are acquiring a weapon from a licensed individual, you are required to have the transaction brokered by a licensed weapons dealer. The transaction can be brokered by a Queensland police officer if the nearest licensed dealer is more than 100km from your usual place of residence.

    The weapons dealer or police officer will check the bottom section of the PTA and complete the licensed dealer/police certificate on the reverse side of the PTA. The dealer or police officer will then forward the completed form to Weapons Licensing. On receipt, Weapons Licensing will transfer the registration of the weapon to your licence.

    The disposer of the weapon is required to sign the notice of disposal. If for some reason the disposer is unable to sign the document, a statutory declaration outlining the reason must be attached to the form 27.

    Both the acquirer and disposer should sign the back of the PTA.

    If you fail to present the weapon with the PTA to a licensed weapons dealer (or a police officer) the transaction is not complete.  The firearm will not be registered to your licence. The PTA will expire and you will be unlawfully in possession of a firearm and at risk of prosecution.

     

    7. Registration of the firearm to your licence

    Once Weapons Licensing receives the completed notice of disposal, the weapon will be transferred from the disposer’s licence and registered to your licence.  It will then be reflected on your weapons list which Weapons Licensing will forward to you once the transaction has been finalised on the Commissioner’s firearms register.

     

    8. Modifying a PTA

    If you require modification to a PTA (i.e. you have changed your mind about the weapon to be acquired) you must return the original PTA to Weapons Licensing for modification.

     

    9. PTA expires before acquiring a weapon

    A PTA cannot be used to acquire a weapon once it has expired. Therefore, if a PTA expires before you have acquired a weapon the PTA will be unusable and should be returned to Weapons Licensing.  A PTA cannot be renewed and you will need to make a new application.

     

    10. Lost/stolen/destroyed PTAs

    If a PTA is lost, stolen or destroyed you must immediately report the matter to a police station and complete Form 3 - application for replacement licence - permit to acquire. On receipt of the Form 3, Weapons Licensing will issue a replacement.​

     

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