Anybody have any clue as to what might happen regards travelling to the continent with Firearms after March 2019?
Don't really see any big impact.
Whether you have a European firearms pass makes little difference in the UK as we still have to apply for a client to bring a firearm into the UK and await an issue of a visitors permit, plus pay for it as the sponsor.
With American clients its the same procedure and they do not have licences, but must produce evidence that they shoot in a club or have a state hunting licence before I can apply for their visitors permit.
I assume nothing will change after we leave the EU and it will remain much the same as it is now?
Well in most of the European countries I have hunted , Finland, Czech and Hungary, but particularly Finland they didn't even ask to see my permit. However each member state has its own firearms laws and it will probably remain the same as it is now. If not there are plenty of non EU citizens visiting EU countries to hunt and there seems to be no issue there.
American, Russians all hunt in the EU and there has been no problems to my knowledge. Brexit scare mongering again.