Get a gun removed from someone who is dangerous

If someone you know has a gun and you think that they (or the gun) are dangerous, you can ask the police to remove the gun.  The police can use the Firearms Control Act (and sometimes the Domestic Violence Act) to remove the gun. See the downloads below for more information.

How to get a gun removed from your home

How to get a protection order

Latest News

Wednesday 17 April 2019: Gun Free South Africa welcomes today’s destruction by the police of 30,000 seized and surrendered firearms. The last such destruction took place on 27 October

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Government issued a Gazette on 6th March 2019 noting their intention to destroy all surrendered weapons on 28th March 2019 and inviting comment. View the submission by Gun Free South Africa on

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A request to declare polling stations firearm free zones on 8 May 2019 submitted by GFSA, ISS, HSRC and SWOP. 

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