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Title I weapons, or GCA firearms, are standard rifles, shotguns, and handguns. Explosive devices such as bombs or grenades are regulated as NFA firearms (destructive devices).
Section 1 of the Firearms Act 1968 (as amended) applies to all firearms except: a shotgun. an air weapon (unless declared specially dangerous) prohibited weapons such as centre fire self-loading rifles, handguns, machine guns etc (unless specifically authorised)
Air weapon application forms and fees Air Weapon certificate: Grant (over 18)72.00Air Weapon certificate: Grant (applicant aged 15)37.50Air Weapon certificate: Grant (applicant aged 14)50.00Air Weapon certificate: Renewal48.00Air Weapon Variation (change of address)20.008 more rows
People over 15 years of age may be given or borrow shotguns and be granted a shotgun certificate. People over 18 years of age may purchase shotguns and shotgun cartridges with a shotgun certificate.
Shotgun certificates, covered by section 2 of the 1968 Act, permit the holder to possess any number of shotguns. These can include pump-action and self-loading weapons that have a magazine incapable of holding more than two cartridges but excludes large magazine smooth-bore guns.

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You can legally own an air rifle which has a muzzle energy of below 12 ft lbs or a pistol below 6 ft lbs without a FAC ( fire arms certificate ) Any air rifle above this will require licensing - A pistol above 6 ft lbs is completely prohibited. see choosing an air rifle for preppers.
4 Conversion of weapons. (1)Subject to this section, it is an offence to shorten the barrel of a shot gun to a length less than 24 inches.
5(1A) of the Firearms Act 1968, prohibited weapons include: Firearms designed or adapted to fire two or more missiles without repeated pressure on the trigger e.g. machine guns and burst fire weapons. Any self-loading or pump-action rifled gun, except those chambered for . 22 rim-fire.

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