Firearm collection events in Christchurch and Darfield
Firearm collection events this week in Christchurch and
This week there will be more prohibited firearm
and part collection events held in Canterbury.
will be held at Bowls Papanui on Wednesday 2 October at 181
Condell Ave in Christchurch from 2pm-6pm.
will be held at the Malvern Recreation and Social Centre in
Darfield on Sunday 6 October from 10am-2pm.
can’t make a collection event, firearm holders also have
the option of going to their local dealer to hand in
firearms and parts.
Contact your local dealer to make a
booking before you go.
Firearm owners can now also
apply for compensation if they own a unique prohibited
firearm, part or accessory.
Information on criteria, cost
and how to apply is now available on the Police website.
You can also modify some prohibited firearms -
Police’s website has information on modifications and a
list of approved gunsmiths.
For more information go
to www.police.govt.nz or call 0800 311 311.
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