shooting law

Has the EU seen sense?

The EU Firearms Directive undergoes revision as shooting advocates enter the debate

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Evidence of unfitness

David Barrington Barnes looks at new guidance to police on firearms and shotgun certificates that deal with understanding what makes a person unfit to hold firearms. Readers may or may not be aware that the police bible in firearms law

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Posted in Countryside Law

Public place shooting offences

David Barrington Barnes gives advice on the everyday handling of firearms, and avoiding getting into situations that fall under criminal law Our community of firearms and shotgun certificate holders is a law abiding one. Most of its members are of

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Counting the Legal Cost

I intend to use my article this issue to highlight the unfair position of the appellant in Firearms Act appeals. This may be you one day, so it’s an important topic to be aware of. In several sets of circumstances the

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Duties and Documents

David Barrington Barnes says when it comes down to it, having your risk management paperwork and strategies in place is vitally important

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Shoot Contracts

Shooting law expert David Barrington Barnes advises keepers involved in letting shoots of certain contractual considerations that must be borne in mind. No gamekeeper will need reminding that the new shooting season is just the flicker of an eyelid ahead.

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