I know there was a similar discussion/thread on here recently. Anyhow, I have my renewed certificate back with the wording: "firearms and ammunition should be used for shooting deer and any other lawful quarry, subject to the suitability of the calibre"...
Previously, I had every calibre listed and every species named for that calibre. i.e. .223 fox, .308 deer.
Now, "subject to the suitability of the calibre" does this mean I can use my 6.5 x 55 to shoot foxes at night???? or at all?? if so, I will no longer need or use my .223
Some time ago I was told I could shoot a fox with my .308 but not "actively" pursue one, i.e lamping, Such that I had it worded on my certificate permission to shoot fox whilst stalking. This is why I ask about the 6.5 x 55 for fox, and this new wording.