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How I wish Pa­trick Gal­braith had stood his ground with the hol­i­day­maker who ac­costed him while he was out shoot­ing pi­geons (Ed­i­tor’s let­ter, 30 May). He ought to have told them that he was act­ing per­fectly within his legal rights and to pro­tect their ears as he was likely to start shoot­ing at pi­geon at any mo­ment.

That said, I can un­der­stand the predica­ment he found him­self in. It must have been very dif­fi­cult to de­cide on an ap­pro­pri­ate course of ac­tion and his de­ci­sion to stop shoot­ing un­doubt­edly de­fused a po­ten­tially ar­gu­men­ta­tive sit­u­a­tion. It’s a tricky one to deal with and I won­der how other read­ers would have han­dled them­selves with this mat­ter in a safe and pro­fes­sional man­ner? A. Bun­kle, by email 14 • SHOOT­ING TIMES & COUN­TRY MAG­A­ZINE

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