Asserting our position on the many burning issues surrounding firearms legislation and the way it is administered in the UK is a complex exercise. We've taken the time to clarify our perception of the current state of play with two books, both of which are for sale directly through SRA.
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Published Summer 2017
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Does the Common
The Elephant in the Room
by Richard Law
Since 1920, successive pieces of legislation have put some firearms on certificates and prohibited others altogether. A policy shift in the 1970s aimed to reduce firearms numbers in public hands to an absolute minimum. More recent policy tweaks have sought to use medical records as a way of winnowing yet more people out of firearms ownership.
New legislation has further extended "prohibited person" status and the latest control measures have reversed forty years of court decisions about the definition of antiques.
All of these controls are directed at hobby shooters. The "elephant in the room" is that the right to arms for personal protection has not been repealed, and now would be a good time to use it again to safeguard us all against random terrorists.
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