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Old 7th August 2014, 07:35 PM
heidi heidi is offline
Join Date: Jul 2014
Member of: Shootability Norfolk
Location: Norwich
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It's the owners who are stating that as the competition is on multi terrain it will not be safe

I have pointed out that the reply from Air Arms may not be strictly legal and may be in breach of the Disability Discrimination act. I do appreciate that the shoot is on private land and as the owners have the final say on who they permit access to

I'm annoyed but not really going to throw my toys out of the box just over one competition.

The reply did explain that if we can get enough Wheelchair/Disabled shooters then Air Arms will look at possibly adding a course for future events.


Before anyone starts whinning I AM NOT slamming anyone just stating a fact
It's not guns which kill people it's the idiot behind them.

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