4. From 1 January 2021, GB certificate holders who wish to travel to the EU with their firearm or shotgun should contact the authorities in the...
When I was researching a while ago, the prevailing opinion was that you should 1/2 the manufacturer's claim.
Thus a 1000m unit was good for about 500 in real world conditions.
That advice turned out right for me and the model xxx600 that I ended up buying.
And to be honest, I've never taken it...
The responce that BASC suggest for question 14 and 15 makes no sense to me.
I reload. And I use several different bullet style/ weights for a given calibre.
To ensure consistency, I buy a couple of boxes of each at a time (3 wt, two boxes of 100, that's 600, plus the left overs before I restock...
Hi CO1. I've made a few simple sticks from Hazel. Only attached an antler to one and did as you plan to do.
The joint is an interference fit. No glue needed.
I drilled the antler 1st, then used a sander to create the spigot whilst rolling the stick.
It squeaks as I fit them...
No point asking folk on here.
What's important is the opinion of your FLO.
When you submit your notification of purchase, if they think you've broken the rules, they may report you.
Ask them if it's ok.
Defiantly worth asking them the question.
I recently email to ask if I could still buy a rubber eye cup for an old s/h 6 x42, a few days later one turned up in the post FOC.
Apparently it was a good will gesture, as the scope was over 30 years old and thus outside its guarantee period...
For me, the issue here is not specifically about "breaching Corvid regulations".
It's part of a wider assessment, as whether an individuals actions have been such, that licensing authority no longer feel the person is fit to hold a firearms licence. See guidance below.
So to compare your...
We should not forget that 5 folk have die in this mess, and there is still a lot at stake in the US. Look at the mess Syria turned into and the yanks have been there before.
Like the press in the UK, the US press have always used smoke and mirrors to favour their side, politicians do it to.
My understanding is that the law and the HO guidance is “quiet” on this specific question.
So whilst you might get a FEO's opinion, that person’s opinion might be different to that of the next FEO.
I would imagine FEOs would treat a spare baffle, a bit like an analogy with ammunition.
Further to buying an old s/h 6x42 scope on here.
I emailed Swarovski CS and asked if I could buy a replacement rubber eye cup?
I thought you would all like to see the reply from Swarovski.
Happy New Year
thanks for the photos. Our UK...
Come on Richard, I think you're over analysing it, it's a movie, not a open university science course.
I can imagine some of HRHs thinking, "hang on a second,, that's not accurate" after seeing some of the other scenes.