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You fill in theirs, you never enter anything onto your own except your signature. 
Seller always does the writing, it’s all explained on your ticket. 

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9 minutes ago, Dave2107 said:

I am thinking about selling one shot gun To some one could you please tell me how to fill the Licence in do I fill mine ore there thanks in advance 

 

You fill in theirs and take the buyers details as you have to report the sale of the gun to the police firearms dept your licence is granted by!

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17 hours ago, Dave2107 said:

Ok thanks so to get it taken from my license I just send itinthanks

No, there is no reason to send in your licence. It is taken off the record of what you have, and when your licence is next in for some reason (renewal, house move, etc), a new licence will be issued with the correct details on it

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3 hours ago, steve s×s said:

Like every one else has to do when you are granted a SGC ( I think this is a windup) 🤡

It's not a windup. The process for a transfer is written out on the SGC. 

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3 hours ago, Lord v said:

It's not a windup. The process for a transfer is written out on the SGC. 

Yeh that was my point, so some people get there certificate and chuck it in the drawer without reading it, ( Lord help us) 

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5 minutes ago, steve s×s said:

Yeh that was my point, so some people get there certificate and chuck it in the drawer without reading it, ( Lord help us) 

Ah my mistake. I read your comment the other way! 

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