Shotgun and firearms owners should pay significantly more for licenses in the UK, to meet a huge funding gap in managing the gun control plan, the Association of Chief Police Officers has said.
Fees have remained stagnant for over a decade, and there is an annual shortfall of £19 million for police forces to process certificates.
Chief Constable Andy Marsh, the association’s spokesman on firearms licensing, also called on the Treasury to plug the financial hole.
Read more at Telegraph.co.uk.
Shotgun and firearms owners should pay significantly more for licenses in the UK, to…
by Personal Defense World / Jun 10, 2013