The shooting season has been flung into turmoil once more by the Government’s announcement of a second lockdown in England.
The new restrictions, which came into force on 5 November, include a number of measures that are expected to prevent any form of large-scale recreational shooting from going ahead.
However, the effect on smallerscale shooting is currently less clear as an exemption allows for outdoor recreation.
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