An air weapon is capable of inflicting severe injury to a person
and should be handled just like a Part 1 Firearm or a Shotgun. When
not in use, it should
be kept in a locked
In Scotland, you must also have an Air Weapon Certificate for the gun which is issued by the police. It will apply strict rules in relation to the gun's use which invariably must be used at a gun club, for shooting vermin on your own private land and for zeroing the sights during target practice.
In Scotland, you cannot carry an air pistol in a public place or concealed on your person. At the very least you could end up in jail and at the very worst, shot dead by the police.
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