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New Zealand's Ardern says gun laws will change- But what are they currently?

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New Zealand's Ardern says gun laws will change- But what are they currently?

New Zealand's Ardern says gun laws will change- But what are they currently?

An applicant for a firearm licence must pass a background check which considers criminal, mental health, medical, addiction and domestic violence records.

In 2017 43,509 who people applied for firearms licences, 43,321 were granted them.

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