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    F.A.C. Costs to rise

    Got this off another forum looks like it is going ahead after all.
    http://psa.bizhosting.com/whats_new.html

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    That may be bad enough, but the other time a section 7 permit is issued is when someone has applied for the renewal of their certificate and the police haven't been able to renew it in time. They surely cannot be asking us to pay for their inefficiency? Are they so insensitive that they haven't thought of this?
    These permits are probably one of the hardest to obtain,.... This link is lifted from our club site, (Phoenix), & Mike Eveleigh, is our club secretary, he is also the senior firearms officer for B.A.S.C.
    (The Unspeakable In Pursuit Of The Uneatable.) " If I can help, I will help!." Former S.A.C.S. member!

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    These cost are rediculous if you ask me, how can they justify 96 for a variation??

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    better get my variation in quick then! although with how long west mercia take to do anything it might not make a difference anyway
    regards, Jez
    slowly slowly catch a monkey..

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    Quote Originally Posted by 177landy View Post
    Got this off another forum looks like it is going ahead after all.
    http://psa.bizhosting.com/whats_new.html
    Inevitable but we ought to be asking for a great deal more in return. e.g Abolish each constabulary having its own licensing office, Local FEO's to be retained but reporting back to one national Licensing office, strict maximum time limits to process certificates (provided correct paperwork sent in) eg non one for one variation 14 days, renewal 28 days, new applicant grant 56 days. One for one variation - replace current arrangements with a simple electronic notification at the point of transaction, facilitated by moving to augmenting the paper certificates with electronic smart cards. Automatic entitlement to a sound moderator for each firearm held without further request.Establishing a national map of which ground has been cleared for which species at the central licensing office.
    I believe that all this is possible without a new firearms act and with data already within the possession of the police. It would be interesting to hear the views of our representitive shooting organisations and the police on this

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    Quote Originally Posted by u32dw View Post
    These cost are rediculous if you ask me, how can they justify 96 for a variation??
    Because they don`t want you to have any guns at all.
    https://www.justgiving.com/John-Slee/
    "He who kills sow with piglets empties the forest of boar" My neighbours dad on new years eve 2011.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basil View Post
    Because they don`t want you to have any guns at all.
    Sad but true I feel.

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    Cheaper than a TV licence and far more entertaining.

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    I have heared that watching you is even funnier!!

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    Gazza that has got to be the statement of the day .

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