Has anyone come across this Act? Its gives the occupier of land an absolute right to shoot Ground Game, that is to say rabbits and hare, no matter who has the Sporting Rights on the land. I thought that I was reasonably conversant with shooting law but this was new one on me. Another of the lesser known Acts (or part of Acts that often seem completely irrelevant to shooting) that makes shooting in the UK so "interesting". For example, the Highways Act 1980 which is so often misquoted; that is say leaving out: "and in consequence a user of the highway is injured, interrupted or endangered"