Charity to lobby shops on shooting magazines
Campaigners who want shooting magazines placed on the top shelf, alongside pornography, have said they are to begin leafleting the public outside newsagents this week. Animal Aid says a "majority" of people want gun magazines that show animals being killed for sport consigned to newsagents' top shelves, following a poll carried out by NOP for the charity. But the Westcountry's country sports community rounded on the "ridiculous" comments last week, citing the discipline which shooting instils and lauding it as a way to encourage young people to get out into the countryside.
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