(1) The holder of a firearms club licence must keep and maintain records containing:
(a) the names and addresses of all present and past members for the firearms club; and
(b) the financial status of members; and
(c) for each member – particulars of competition shooting and events organised or co-ordinated by the firearms club that the member has participated including the date of the competition or event and the time when the member commenced and finished competing; and
(d) the names of range officers and other persons responsible for conducting competition shooting and events organised or co-ordinated by the firearms club and the dates and times when they were responsible for conducting a competition or event.
(2) The holder of a firearms club licence must, on demand by a police officer, produce to the officer a record required to be kept under subsection (1).
Maximum penalty: 20 penalty units or imprisonment for 6 months.
(3) A police officer may:
(a) examine a record kept under subsection (1); and
(b) make copies of, or take extracts from, the record; and
(c) retain the record for any reasonable period that the officer thinks fit.
(4) The holder of a firearms club licence must provide to the Commissioner within 3 months after the end of each financial year an annual report in the approved form giving the following details:
(a) the name and address of each person who was a member of the firearms club during the year and whether or not the member was a financial member;
(b) particulars of category H firearms held by each of those members;
(c) particulars of participation in category H sports shooting events during the year by each of those members (if applicable), including the dates of the events.
Maximum penalty: 100 penalty units.