Comments policy

UK Shooting News welcomes comments from everyone. That said, there are a few simple rules…

  • Keep it civil. Swear if you must, but gratuitous profanity will be removed.
  • No advertising. New products might get a free pass if they’re cool enough, if not… zap!
  • No spam (duh)

As of the date of this post, comments have been switched to auto-publish instead of pre-moderation. I cannot, therefore, be held responsible for the contents of comments. I reserve the right to remove or delete any comment at any time without explanation. My blog, my rules.

Aggrieved parties who take issue with the content of a comment will be referred to the Defamation Act 2013. By submitting a notice under the Act complainants acknowledge that they are happy for their details, including but not limited to names and email addresses, to be disclosed to targets of their complaints.

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  1. Robert Jones

    As a very high percentage of Air rifles are used for Pest control and based on statistics are used criminally at a very low percentage. Its important that the Authorities do not drop the power allowed off certificate to such a level that Vermin species are injured rather than being killed out right. Most Air gun users are of non cert levels and at only 12ft/lb this is only just viable to kill Rats Rabbits Pigeons etc which is what a high number of airguns are used to control. Statistic on Air gun crime is at a very low level and present regulations give police enough powers to deal with this.

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