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  1. You really need to pose this question with your solicitor, or if he is incompetent, instruct one who specialises in sporting rights. As you may know, sporting rights go with the land and would not appear on the deeds unless they have been sold or retained by a previous owner. Remember that if separated, they may have been sold several times and therefore the name of the current owner will not appear in your deeds. Land registry may have details, but certainly won't have records prior to the1925 act. As I said you need to speak to your solicitor.
  2. As I said those conditions only applied to expanding ammo and were a separate set of conditions to the conditions that apply to your rifle/s. You can only shoot what is listed under the conditions related to your rifles which you state is ",in the conditions it states 22rf vermin,22/250 fox that's it" So therefore that is all you can shoot. ie. Only fox with the 22/250 and only vermin with the 2rf.
  3. What you are referring to are the now defunct conditions that applied to expanding ammunition. All of us that used expanding ammo had that condition on our certificate as it governed what such ammo could be used for. As of 2017, expanding ammo is no longer section 5 and has reverted to section 1, so that condition has been dropped from certificates.
  4. David, Maybe it's a little late in the day for lobbying considering FELWG's position on the matter. It would seem that the whole debacle is cut and dried with FELWG now advising Chief Constables to adopt a "no report, no certificate" policy nationwide. I'm sorry to say that BASC and others i must add, missed the boat by not taking the judicial review route. I for one would happily have chipped in to a fighting fund to finance such an action if BASC funds wouldn't have stretched that far. A very poor do. Taken from the latest FELWG minutes............... Main Agenda Medical screening A discussion took place in relation to the current position on pre-medical screening information. The issues that arose were. 1) More forces have adopted this process in line with Police Scotland 2) The BMA have amended their guidance as of 28 February 2019 to support both the process AND the placing of a marker on patient records where this can be done. 3) Home Office guidance consultation is due to commence in July but has been significantly delayed. 4) Analysis of forces undertaking the process currently is very positive. 5) The Royal College of General Practitioners are supportive of the process. 6) BASC and other shooting groups have been consulted and remain concerned in relation to doctors objecting to the process and costs. 7) DO is briefing the policing minister shortly Having discussed the issue widely, and the recent changes with the BMA guidance that the time was appropriate for FELWG to formally recommend pre-medical screening to forces as best practice, in anticipation of Home Office statutory guidance consultation commencing shortly. ACTION; DO would write to forces informing them of FELWG’s position.
  5. It means one can show the world "mines bigger than yours" without the need to pull ones trousers down !!
  6. He's probably a shareholder in the Rambo franchise.
  7. No, you don't need to specify action type.
  8. It's just like kicking your football onto someones land, if you enter their land uninvited, you commit trespass. It should be remembered that this type of trespass is a civil offense and it would be the landowner who would prosecute not the police.
  9. Rabbits are legally classed as Ground Game and as such are covered by the Ground Game Act.
  10. Extract from the latest published minutes of the FELWG Medical screening A discussion took place in relation to the current position on pre-medical screening information. The issues that arose were. 1) More forces have adopted this process in line with Police Scotland 2) The BMA have amended their guidance as of 28 February 2019 to support both the process AND the placing of a marker on patient records where this can be done. 3) Home Office guidance consultation is due to commence in July but has been significantly delayed. 4) Analysis of forces undertaking the process currently is very positive. 5) The Royal College of General Practitioners are supportive of the process. 6) BASC and other shooting groups have been consulted and remain concerned in relation to doctors objecting to the process and costs. 7) DO is briefing the policing minister shortly. Having discussed the issue widely, and the recent changes with the BMA guidance that the time was appropriate for FELWG to formally recommend pre-medical screening to forces as best practice, in anticipation of Home Office statutory guidance consultation commencing shortly.
  11. They are a decent, honest outfit. I won't name names, but the boss shoots with us from time to time and I have bought guns from them. I would not hesitate to trust them.
  12. Have a read of this Shooting Gazette article from 2015. https://www.shootinguk.co.uk/uncategorized/best-shotgun-cartridge-hitting-high-birds-40056 Then, as I said, go see for yourself. Nothing like seeing is believing.
  13. You really are becoming most tiresome, high birds are shot up and down the country day in, day out. All those shooting them have progressed, as their skill has improved, from hedge hoppers to high birds. I don't need to prove anything, If you don't believe me get up from your keyboard, put your boots on and go and watch it happen. You can then come back and admit you were wrong and your preconceived assumptions were ill founded.
  14. Simply because I know the height of my drives and his estimates of presented birds has been spot on.
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