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Shooting on a boundary - retrieving pigeons over a boundary?


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On 10/01/2014 at 21:05, sitsinhedges said:


I believe if it falls onto someone elses ground it is their property and the fact that you have no right to access that land would confirm this. You don't have to do damage to trespass otherwise anyone could go anywhere with impunity.

They already DO  !

Just don't step onto THEIR little bit of England though  !

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