So I have a visit from a friendly firearms bod to discuss my .375 h&h variation for boar in Europe and here for boar and large deer and it's a bit odd.
They have no problem giving me .375 h&h for using in Europe ONLY and that's a plus but I explained how the rifle would need to be zeroed and used because you couldn't simply travel over to pond with an out of the box rifle you've never fired. I also explained that I own woodland in the highland with Red & Sika which are culled from high seats down rides in the woodland and on the open ground. We were in agreement that the rifle would be suitable for culling from a highseat and zeroing there.
Problem is..... the guidelines say that .375 h&h is a dangerous game round????? But my understanding as per BASC energy comparisons http://basc.dotadmin.com/media/basc_...omparisons.pdf is that once a caliber has been granted then it should be allowed to shoot other species where it is capable and legal to do so.
Who's got input?