Permission to walk land and shoot vermin in Kings Worthy, Winchester area using an Air Weapon.

Hi All,

I am a 62 year young, retired Army Officer of 30 Years Service, having been promoted through ranks, retiring as a Captain.

I have lived in King's Worthy, Winchester for the past 14 years.

I am looking for permission to walk land and hunt vermin in the local or not too distant area. Using an Air Weapon.

It will only ever be me.. on anyone's land.

I will assist the land owner in any task required. I am fully trustworthy, currently holding high security clearance, so have undertaken full Police and other checks.

My background - I have hunted in many countries. Also having held a full German Hunting Licence. I took and passed the Military Hunting Licence course many years ago. I am very proficient in weapons handling and Managed Military Ranges up to CQB. I still work for the government but miss being back with nature. I don't have to actually shoot. Being out there again is enough!

If anyone is willing to speak to me regarding this, I would be only too pleased to meet and chat over a brew!

I can provide my phone details if required.

Many thanks for listening...

Regards,

John
 

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