How long for A/B?

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How long for A/B?

Post by Tubs » 25 Aug 2020, 10:27 pm

Hi All. How long is FAR taking to process Cat A/B applications? Does having a full Cat H speed things up?
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Re: How long for A/B?

Post by rc42 » 25 Aug 2020, 10:43 pm

Have a look in the Australian Gun Laws section, lots of updates in there for each state.

I've never seen any example of existing licenses speeding up a new application, your existing H just means you're certain they have no reason to reject your A/B
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Re: How long for A/B?

Post by Tubs » 25 Aug 2020, 11:13 pm

rc42 wrote:Have a look in the Australian Gun Laws section, lots of updates in there for each state.

I've never seen any example of existing licenses speeding up a new application, your existing H just means you're certain they have no reason to reject your A/B


Thanks, missed it!
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Re: How long for A/B?

Post by in2anity » 26 Aug 2020, 7:56 am

In NSW, you can monitor the status of your PTA at this link https://apps.police.nsw.gov.au/FPR/lice ... search.jsp

Once the PTA has been issued, it should arrive in 5-8 working days.
At what point does a lack of maintenance become "patena"?
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Re: How long for A/B?

Post by Tubs » 27 Aug 2020, 8:09 pm

in2anity wrote:In NSW, you can monitor the status of your PTA at this link https://apps.police.nsw.gov.au/FPR/lice ... search.jsp

Once the PTA has been issued, it should arrive in 5-8 working days.


Not the permit, the actual license. Ive just joined a hunting club and passed safety and hunting test. Need to submit asap.
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Re: How long for A/B?

Post by in2anity » 27 Aug 2020, 9:38 pm

Right, my mistake. Been a long time since I got my license, so can't really speculate about that. Sorry. In2.
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Re: How long for A/B?

Post by tb65 » 28 Aug 2020, 2:35 pm

Tubs wrote:
in2anity wrote:In NSW, you can monitor the status of your PTA at this link https://apps.police.nsw.gov.au/FPR/lice ... search.jsp

Once the PTA has been issued, it should arrive in 5-8 working days.


Not the permit, the actual license. Ive just joined a hunting club and passed safety and hunting test. Need to submit asap.


average processing time was 71 days in July for Cat A/B. You can check this by searching for 'firearms registry performance dashboard" which is updated each month
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