Change to Rule 64 “Animals”

Rule Changes

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I have received some correspondence regarding the recent updates on Range Standing Orders – specifically “Animals”. The revision was prompted by a number of incidents where loose dogs on ranges forced cessation of shooting; however I recognise that most owners are responsible so have amended the rule as follows:-


  1. Owners are responsible for any animal they bring to Camp and must not allow it on or forward of the firing points during shooting periods or cause a nuisance at any time. Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times in the domestic area of the Camp and on the ranges when shooting is taking place. Animals are explicitly prohibited from any enclosed range. Owners must clean up after their animal and make good any damage it causes. Failure to comply with these rules may result in the CE banning the animal from Camp.”


Andrew Mercer

Group Chief Executive & Secretary General

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