PART 14Small Arms Cartridges, Propellant Powder and Percussion Caps (continued)
DIVISION 2Propellant Powder and Percussion Caps and the Manufacture of Small Arms Cartridges and Black Powder Cartouches (continued)
Rules for Users (continued)
(2) A person who manufactures small arms cartridges or black powder cartouches must ensure that the following requirements are met:
(a) the place where the manufacturing is carried out must have a means of escape that will permit all people in the place to leave it quickly and easily in an emergency;
(b) precautions that minimize the likelihood of an ignition must be taken;
(c) all containers of explosives must be labelled to identify their contents and must be kept closed when not in use;
(d) no more than 2 kg of smokeless powder may be within 1 m of the loading area;
(e) no more than 500 g of black powder may be within 1 m of the loading area;
(f) the small arms cartridges must not include an incendiary or similar military component or device; and
(g) no more than 150 percussion caps may be kept in the loader mechanism of the reloading equipment.
Marginal note:Classification of explosives
(3) For the purposes of transporting small arms cartridges or black powder cartouches manufactured under this Division, the small arms cartridges are classified as UN 0012 and the black powder cartouches are classified as UN 0014.
PART 15Model and High-Power Rocket Motors
306 This Part authorizes the acquisition, storage and sale of rocket motors, reloading kits and igniters. Division 1 sets out the rules for sellers and users of model rocket motors (type R.1), model rocket motor reloading kits (type R.1) and igniters for model rocket motors (type R.3). Division 2 sets out the rules for sellers and users of high-power rocket motors (type R.2), high-power rocket motor reloading kits (type R.2) and igniters for high-power rocket motors (type R.3).
distributor means a person who sells rocket motors, reloading kits or igniters to other distributors or to retailers, whether or not they sell to users. (distributeur)
licence means a licence that authorizes storage of the type of rocket motor, reloading kit or igniter to be sold or acquired. (licence)
- high-power rocket motor
high-power rocket motor means a recreational rocket motor with an impulse that is produced by combustion of a solid propellent and exceeds 160 newton-seconds but does not exceed 40 960 newton-seconds. (moteur de fusée haute puissance)
- model rocket motor
model rocket motor means a recreational rocket motor with an impulse that is produced by combustion of a solid propellent and does not exceed 160 newton-seconds. (moteur de fusée miniature)
- reloading kit
reloading kit means a package that contains a solid propellant and other components that are designed to be used in a reloadable rocket motor. (trousse de rechargement)
retailer means a person, other than a distributor, who sells rocket motors, reloading kits or igniters. (détaillant)
seller means a distributor or a retailer. (vendeur)
user means a person who acquires rocket motors, reloading kits or igniters for use. (utilisateur)
(2) For the purposes of this Part, rocket motors, reloading kits and igniters are stored in a sales establishment, including a dwelling, if they are
Marginal note:Quantity of motors and kits
308 A reference to the mass of a rocket motor or reloading kit in this Part is a reference to its gross mass (the mass of the motor or kit plus the mass of any packaging or container).
DIVISION 1Model Rocket Motors
Marginal note:Motor rockets, kits and igniters
309 In this Division, unless otherwise indicated, a reference to a rocket motor, a reloading kit or an igniter is a reference to a model rocket motor, a reloading kit for a model rocket motor or an igniter for a model rocket motor.
Rules for Sellers
Acquisition for Sale
310 (1) A distributor may acquire, store and sell rocket motors, reloading kits and igniters if they hold a licence. A distributor who acquires rocket motors, reloading kits or igniters must comply with this Division.
(2) A retailer may acquire, store and sell rocket motors, reloading kits and igniters, whether or not they hold a licence. A retailer who acquires rocket motors, reloading kits or igniters must comply with this Division.
Marginal note:Licensed seller
Marginal note:Unlicensed retailer
(2) A retailer who does not hold a licence must store their rocket motors, reloading kits and igniters in a sales establishment and must ensure that the requirements of sections 312 to 315 are met.
Marginal note:Display for sale prohibited
Marginal note:Maximum quantity
(2) In the case of a sales establishment that is not a dwelling, no more than 25 kg of rocket motors and reloading kits (combined quantity) and no more than 300 igniters may be displayed for sale.
(3) Rocket motors, reloading kits and igniters that are displayed for sale must be kept behind a sales counter or locked up (for example, in a cabinet) unless they are in consumer packs that meet the requirements of section 313.
(4) Only people authorized by the retailer may have access to the area behind a sales counter.
Marginal note:Separation of motors, kits and igniters
(5) When displayed for sale, rocket motors and reloading kits that are not in consumer packs must be separated by a fire break, or kept at least 1 m , from igniters that are not in consumer packs.
Marginal note:Consumer packs
313 For the purposes of this Division, a consumer pack must meet the following requirements:
(a) it must be of sufficient strength to withstand normal handling;
(b) it must be designed so that it prevents a person who is handling it from being able to ignite the rocket motors, reloading kits or igniters it contains; and
(c) it must be designed so that it prevents any shifting of the rocket motors, reloading kits or igniters during handling or transportation.
Marginal note:Maximum quantity
Marginal note:Place of storage
Marginal note:Rocket with motor installed
(3) A model rocket in which a motor has been installed must not be stored.
Marginal note:Heat or dampness
(4) Rocket motors, reloading kits and igniters must not be exposed to heat or dampness that could cause them to deteriorate.
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