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Air weapons licence deadline

New legislation to make it a criminal offence to own an unlicensed air weapon comes into force from 31 December 2016.  Failure to license a weapon could lead to fine or up to two years' imprisonment.

Air weapons being held by people who have other firearms licences do not need to be declared until those licences are up for renewal - and some people may have multiple weapons.

Applications received after 1 November will not be processed by the end of 2016 so weapons need to be stored with a firearms dealer or another certificate holder after 31 December to avoid breaking the law.

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