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Ghillie ‘should have known better’

A GHILLIE was told by Sheriff Eilidh MacDonald this week that someone with his experience should have known better than to leave a gun cabinet open with a weapon visible, one loaded, and to have kept ammunition in an unlocked bedroom drawer.

David MacKenzie, of Roadside Cottage, Stronchreggan, Treslaig, had already pleaded guilty at an earlier court date at Fort William Sheriff Court that at his home on June 17, being the holder of a firearms certificate, he failed to comply with conditions to securely store firearms and ammunition as described above.

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