I've recently acquired a small area of land which the owners say harbours a muntjac problem and they'd be most obliging if I helped sort it out.
The land is only 30 acres. To the rear of the land is the village (top of slight hill, behind hedges etc.). To one side there is a fairly busy public path (fully fenced off). On one side there are fields and the remaining side (over a river and a couple more fields) there is a railwayline and busy road. The safest way to shoot the land is with a high seat, with a high seat I would deem the land very suitable and safe shooting.
Now... on my license I noticed that it states something about "over land deemed suitable by the chief of police....".
Does this therefore mean that I need the police to inspect the land prior to shooting deer on it.
By my brief description above, do you foresee problems gaining certification for .243?