The NGO has published the 11th Edition of Sporting Shooting and the Law by David Frost An indispensable practical pocket guide to firearms licensing.
The latest version of this definitive, must have 70-page work has been fully updated and revised to reflect the latest changes to relevant legislation, as well as incorporating the 2013 Home Office Guidance on Fireaarms Licensing. A copy of Sporting Shooting and the Law should be on the bookshelf of all who use rifles and shotgauns for sporting purposes.
Sporting Shooting and the Law is easy to read, straightforward and jargon-free. It is an authoritative, handy, no-nonsense, concise manual on firearms legislation and other legal matters of interest to those who shoot.
Although firearms legislation forms the main facus of the book, there is additional extensive commentary on the law surrounding a huge number of related subjects including: trespass, shooting close to roads and at night, poaching, shoot transport, and deer.
Sporting Shooting and the Law is widely seen by industry experts as being the most reliable, informative and up-to-date pocket guide on the market dealing with firearms licensing and the sporting use of rifles and shotguns. The author David Frost, wrote the first edition way back in 1989 and has continued to keep the book’s contents up-to-date and relevant ever since.
Copies of Sporting Shooting and the Law are available to buy online at www.nationalgamekeepers.org.uk