TSNZ affiliated Police Range Inspectors
Please contact Tee-Jay at the office and she can give you the contact details for the TSNZ Police Range Inspectors.
Submission Updates - 21 April
Some further information and templates to help with your submissions:
TSNZ Exec Update - Wednesday 13 April 8:00pm
DISCUSSION DOCUMENT 23 MARCH - 4 MAY 2022
(Click here to view a PDF of the document)
This discussion document sets out proposals for new Arms Regulations in relation to:
Associations, Clubs and Individuals are encouraged to review the discussion paper and submit their submission by
The closing date for submissions is 4 May 2022.
Click here for a submission form
The following message was sent to Associations Secretaries on Friday 1 April. If you would like to be involved let your Secretary know.
ZOOM Meeting - Wednesday 13 April at 8:00pm
“New Zealand Police is encouraging public submissions on proposals for new regulations for shooting clubs and ranges, to help support community safety from firearms harm.”
The TSNZ Exec are inviting members:
Could Associations please select 1 - 3 representatives to attend this Zoom meeting. Although we would prefer to not limit numbers, there is a need to keep numbers at a manageable level in order to give each Association a chance for input and to ask questions.
It is then expected that the Assn representatives can report back to their clubs and members.
Please provide the Office names and email addresses of your representatives by Friday 8 April. They will then be sent a link to the Zoom meeting.
Details of the proposal can be found on the Police website:
Here is information about the new arms regulations for transporting firearms.
The regulations can be found on the Legislation website, Arms Regulations 1992 (SR 1992/346) (as at 01 February 2022) Contents – New Zealand Legislation
From 1 February 2022, there are new arms regulations around storage of firearms in vehicles and mobile homes, and carriage of firearms on public transport:
Vehicles (regulation 19B): (these rules apply to mobile homes too)
Mobile homes (regulation 19A): In addition to the above rules for vehicles, firearms and ammunition can only be stored in a mobile home or caravan if that is the firearms licence holder’s temporary or permanent home. The storage must be approved by a member of police. (Presumeably this will be done in the same manner as at-home storage is approved, ie by being visited by a vetter)
Public transport and carriage in public places (regulation 19C): Firearms carried on public transport or in public places must be unloaded, rendered inoperable, carried in a locked case or carry bag, and remain with the licence holder at all times.