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Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by CarlC, Jun 5, 2007.

  1. CarlC

    CarlC Member

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    I really want to get an air rifle but can`t cause the places to hunt and the clubs are a couple of miles out of my area and i haven`t got a car or motorbike etc.
    And was just wandered is it legal for me if i get a push bike to travel with a air rifle around i shoulder that`s in a proper bag?

    Thanks

    CarlC
     
  2. Andy

    Andy Administrative Staff Member Founder

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    As long as your going to a shooting ground it's legal, why not get a take down rifle and put it in a rucksack. :up:
     
  3. CarlC

    CarlC Member

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    What so it i put it in a bag like this
    http://www.airguns-online.co.uk/gun_slips.htm
    It`s ok?

    and what`s a take down rifle?
     
  4. magicaxeman

    magicaxeman Member

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    A take down rifle is one that seperates into 2 or more parts for storage.

    I would get a substancial case if using a push bike,and expect to get stopped so have relevant documents like proof of age, membership cards for clubs and signed permissions from those whose land you have shooting rights on.
     
  5. Rockabilly

    Rockabilly Big Poster

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    the air arms tdr is a good example, plus when in
    the air arms bag no one would know what it is.
     

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