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The singer is accused of threatening, abusive or insulting behaviour towards a woman, and of being in possession of an air pistol adapted for use with a self-contained gas cartridge system.
The act of gross indecency did not come to light until last year, and when Moore was arrested just over a year ago police found an ME38 compact revolver powered by a self-contained gas cartridge, which had become illegal to have without a certificate in January last year.
AIR GUN LAW: It is an offence to have an air weapon in a public place without authority; For under-17s it is illegal to possess an air weapon unless supervised by someone over 21, or as part of a shooting club or gallery; For any young person using an air weapon on private property it is an offence to fire any missile beyond the boundaries of the premises; It is illegal to give an air weapon or ammunition for it, as a gift to anyone under 17 unless it is for use only on private land; Air weapons that use a self-contained gas cartridge system (SCGS) were banned as of April 30, 2004.
It will also become an offence to manufacture, sell, buy, or possess an air weapon with a self-contained gas cartridge.
These licences and certificates cover 12 self-contained gas cartridge rifles and 57 self-contained gas cartridge pistols.
But possessing a self-contained gas cartridge air weapon without a firearms licence -currently legal -becomes a crime at the end of this month when the weapon is elevated to the same status as machine guns and flame throwers.
Air weapons that use a self-contained gas cartridge system are banned and cannot be owned without a full firearm certificate.
It also makes it an offence to manufacture, buy, sell, transfer or acquire any air weapon using a self-contained gas cartridge system.