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    One for one variation

    I know that a straight forward 1 for 1 variation (for the same calibre) is free but if I ask for an increase in the total amount of ammunition I can hold (of that same calibre to allow development of loads for deer and foxes) at the same time, is that counted as requiring 26?

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    my understanding is yes it does. Best to phone your FEO and ask

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    well you get rid of one rifle and buy a new one , and most lightly a different calibre , so that means more ''ammunition '' how many '' irreverent '' should not
    be charged the 26 , for this , Personally I Have never been charged for this kind of variation in my area ,

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    A variation is only charged if the number of firearms held increases.

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    [QUOTE=Bertie Dastard;881394]A variation is only charged if the number of firearms held increases.[/QUOTE

    Plus 1 on that.
    Applications to increase ammunition holdings or vary conditions should be free of charge.
    It's the calibre of the shooter that counts not the calibre of the rifle.

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    Hi I recently did this myself, just write a letter asking for an increase in ammo from x to y and they will do it FOC at the same time. Im Devon and Cornwall and they did this no questions asked. James

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    I've checked with my FEO (South Wales) and no fee is needed. Thanks for your comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boristhedog View Post
    I've checked with my FEO (South Wales) and no fee is needed. Thanks for your comments.
    im very pleased to be wrong on this one!

    Nice to get a surprise!

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