National Firearms Identification Database

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The National Firearms Identification Database (NFID) is a reference tool that helps Australian police identify and record firearms in a consistent way. The database is used to identify and characterise a firearm, using details such as make, model, chambering and capacity.

The database assists assists in ensuring a firearm is described consistently during its registration, during importation or during transfer of ownership and movement across state and territory borders.

The database is available for the public and can be accessed via:

Please note: A firearm that is ‘Category Z’ indicates that you need to contact your local registry to clarify the firearm status within your local jurisdiction.