Domain - Gunsmithing

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NQF Ref: 0347
NATIONAL CERTIFICATE in Gunsmithing (Master) (Level 5)
This qualification is expiring. The last date for assessments to take place is Tue Dec 31 00:00:00 NZDT 2019.
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Level 2
9125 Unit Make parts for firearms by hand forging under supervision
15 Credits
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9127 Unit Assemble ammunition under supervision
5 Credits
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9721 Unit Carry out conservation and restoration work on arms under supervision
25 Credits
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Level 3
22324 Unit Dismantle, inspect, assemble, and test firearms under supervision
35 Credits
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Level 4
22325 Unit Dismantle, inspect, assemble, and test firearms
25 Credits
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9126 Unit Make parts for firearms by hand forging
15 Credits
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9128 Unit Prepare tooling and specify components for ammunition requirements
15 Credits
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9131 Unit Identify and understand arms legislation and demonstrate the safe use and security of firearms
7 Credits
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9722 Unit Carry out conservation and restoration work on arms
20 Credits
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Level 5
9129 Unit Define components for ammunition requirements of customers
20 Credits
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9130 Unit Develop and supervise a hand forging process for making a firearm part
15 Credits
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9720 Unit Advise on arms legislation and demonstrate to others the safe use and security of arms
30 Credits
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9723 Unit Advise on the conservation and restoration of arms
30 Credits
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9724 Unit Diagnose faults, overhaul, and test firearms
25 Credits
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Level 6
22326 Unit Provide consultancy services on the establishment and compliance of shooting ranges
45 Credits
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