More than 3,500 children and teenagers hold the document, for which there is no minimum age – although under 15s cannot use firearms without supervision

More than 3,500 children and teenagers have shotgun certificates in England and Wales, new figures show.

Of 3,541 under-18s with the documents at the end of March, 327 were aged 13 or under, while 3,214 were between 14 and 17.

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