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DISPLAY OF NON-RESTRICTED FIREARMS 

9. (1) A business, other than a museum, may display a non-restricted firearm only if it is unloaded and 

(a) secured by a chain or metal cable that is passed through the trigger guard, with one end of the chain or cable attached to a wall or permanent fixture on the premises and the other end attached by a lock to the wall or permanent fixture, in such a manner as to prevent the removal of the firearm by a person other than the owner or an employee of the business;

(b) secured by a metal bar, with one end of the bar attached to a wall or permanent fixture on the premises and the other end attached by a lock to the wall or permanent fixture, in such a manner as to prevent the removal of the firearm by a person other than the owner or an employee of the business;

(c) rendered inoperable by means of a secure locking device and displayed in a locked display case or cabinet;

(d) rendered inoperable by means of a secure locking device and displayed at a location on the premises that is readily accessible only to the owner or an employee of the business; or

(e) secured by a method that is equal or superior to the method described in paragraph

(a) or

(b), or rendered inoperable by means of a secure locking device and displayed in a place or location the security of which is equal or superior to the security of the place described in paragraph

(c) or the location described in paragraph

(d), and the method, or the place or location, are approved in writing by the chief firearms officer who issued a licence to the business.

  (2) A museum may display a non-restricted firearm only if it 

(a) is unloaded; and

(b) is displayed under security measures that are equal or superior to those set out in subsection (1) and that are approved in writing by the chief firearms officer of the province in which the museum carries on business.

  (3) Paragraphs (1)(a) to (e) and (2)(b) do not apply if the non-restricted firearm is detached from the structure so that the firearm may be handled by a person under the direct and immediate supervision of an employee or owner of the business. 

DISPLAY OF RESTRICTED FIREARMS AND PROHIBITED FIREARMS 

10. (1) A business, other than a museum, may display a restricted firearm or a prohibited firearm only if it 

(a) is unloaded;

(b) is rendered inoperable by means of a secure locking device;

(c) is displayed in a locked display case or cabinet;

(d) is not displayed in a store window; and

(e) in the case of a prohibited firearm other than a prohibited handgun, is displayed in a location that is readily accessible only to the owner or an employee of the business.

  (2) A museum may display a restricted firearm or a prohibited firearm only if it 

(a) is unloaded; and

(b) is displayed under security measures that are equal or superior to those set out in paragraphs

(1)(b) to (d) and, in the case of a prohibited firearm other than a prohibited handgun, paragraph

(1)(e), and that are approved in writing by the chief firearms officer of the province in which the museum carries on business.

  (3) Paragraphs
 (1)(b) and (c) and
 (2)(b) do not apply if the restricted firearm or prohibited firearm is being handled by a person under the direct and immediate supervision of an employee or owner of the business. 

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