I recently was granted a slot for .375. I will be using it abroad and have not asked that I be able to use it in the UK, so I have the predictable restriction on ammunition, i.e. non-expanding only - and I'm sure we're all much safer as a result.
However, the relevant condition reads:
"The .375 Rifle and ammunition shall be carried when proceeding or returning from a port of embarkation and may be zeroed with non-expanding ammunition in Grean Britain on ranges suitable... etc etc".
I have written to say that as I read it, I would be in breach of this condition while I drove the rifle home from the RFD or to or from the range where I zero. Clearly it envisages that you can take it to a suitable range. Is the first part meant to be read as permissive rather than an exclusive condition, i.e. "you can carry it to the airport", rather than, "you can only carry it to an airport". Either way it seems to be legal drafting that a first year trainee lawyer would come up with.
Thanks for any help offered.