Even stalking just once or twice a year is sufficient to be able to demonstrate good reason for your firearms certificate.
By David Frost
Thursday, 26 July 2012
I would very much like to branch out into deer stalking but don’t know of any land I can put down under the ‘good reason’ requirement for my firearms certificate.
Would the police grant me a firearms certificate, if I contacted the professional stalkers I plan to book days with, to vouch for me?
This shouldn’t be a problem and the topic is specifically mentioned in the Home Office guidance to the police.
Lots of people don’t have an area over which they stalk regularly, preferring to buy stalking by the day.
Even stalking just once or twice a year is sufficient to be able to demonstrate good reason for your firearms certificate requirements.
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