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    Does anyone know how to set out the photos for a shotgun grant ie. do they need to be separate from one another and if I’m under 18 how many photos do I need and does my parent or guardian need to sign one

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    You do not state where you live, but Devon and Cornwall Police now only require one unsigned photograph.

    In the days when 4 were required, I always supplied them separated.

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    But does my referee need to sign a photo and does my parent also need to sign one

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    Posted (edited)

    First, i cant say exactly what to have signed by whom, but I can advise that you read the guidance notes that come with the application form. If they re not with the form or mislaid then the a look on BASC's web site. It's only once in 5 years you need to do this so it's not too much of a pain. 

     

    Sorry got help more but you should really read the notes. 

    Edited by Dougy

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    Posted (edited)

    Just get some standard passport photos and you put one with your form.

    The firearms officer who interviews you will look at your photo and check its you.

    Edited by figgy

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    You'll find all the information you need on the application form,,,its next to the box which explains how to say please when requesting assistance !

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    Fash  if you fill in your profile, ie your location,  members on here will know were your from, and youcouldget so e help from someone local to you. But its really not that difficult once you read the guidance notes. 

     

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    I see that everyone has told you to read the guidance notes rather than being helpful and answering your question. They, like you, obviously don't know the answer !!

    No,  the photo doesn't need to be signed by your parent/guardian or yourself.

    They only sign page 7.

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    6 hours ago, CharlieT said:

     

    I see that everyone has told you to read the guidance notes rather than being helpful and answering your question. They, like you, obviously don't know the answer !!

    No,  the photo doesn't need to be signed by your parent/guardian or yourself.

    They only sign page 7.

    As above 

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    Thanks CharlieT my problem was I was being told 2 different things one to look on the BASC website which tells me one think and one to look at the firearms police website 

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    9 hours ago, CharlieT said:

     

    I see that everyone has told you to read the guidance notes rather than being helpful and answering your question. They, like you, obviously don't know the answer !!

    No,  the photo doesn't need to be signed by your parent/guardian or yourself.

    They only sign page 7.

    Due to the fact they could quite possibly have changed within the last 3 years. 

    No need to apologise.

     

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    Why not ring your local firearms office .they will tell you everything you need to now 

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    Whichever way you want to look at it READING the notes is the best plan! :D:good:

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