It is a defence for a person charged with an offence of acquiring, possessing or transferring a prohibited munition1, or of making arrangements under which another person acquires or transfers a prohibited munition2, to show that he engaged in the conduct for the purpose of enabling the prohibited munition to be destroyed3.
It is also a defence for a person charged with an offence of acquiring, possessing or transferring a prohibited munition, or of making arrangements under which another person acquires or transfers a prohibited munition, to show that he engaged in the conduct with the intention that the prohibited
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