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Don’t give antis ammo — follow COVID precautions

Shooting organisations have reiterated the importance of following coronavirus precautions after anti-shooting campaigners used photographs allegedly showing wildfowlers not observing social distancing.

A photograph of a group of wildfowlers apparently not keeping a safe distance

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