Originally Posted by Dave Ramshead
.....a game of footy is played to the same rules in England as it is in any other country, so when the World Cup is held, it's the same game as normal....
Largely because the ownership of a small spherical sack of wind and a couple of acres of pastureland is pretty much unrestricted in just about every country in the world.
Regrettably the same cannot be said of airguns.
I do agree that a full set of WFTF World Championship rules are urgently required to establish a common base for the Championships - without restricting how countries want to proceed (or comply with their legislation) for their own internal events.