General Rules of Hunting
A hunter may only fire a shot with his/her hunting weapon if he/she has without any doubt recognized the game that he/she has been given permission to take and has made sure that he/she will not cause any bodily harm to anyone nor endanger their possessions with the shot!
1. Hunting weapons, ammunition and devices
You can only hunt with a licensed hunting weapon with legally approved muzzle energy and cartridges of approved size and type!
Semiautomatic (self-loading) and automatic pellet guns can only be loaded with three pellets.
Red deer min. 2500 Joule rifle
Fallow deer min. 2500 Joule rifle
Mouflon min. 2500 Joule rifle
Wild boar min. 2500 Joule rifle or shotgun (slug)
Roe deer min. 1000 Joule rifle
Hare 3,0 - 3,5 mm shotgun
Pheasant 3,0 - 3,5 mm shotgun
Mallard 3,0 - 3,5 mm shotgun
Wild geese 3,5 - 4,0 mm shotgun
Wood pigeon, Eurasian collared dove 2,1 - 2,5 mm shotgun
2. The following hunting weapons/devices are not allowed
- automatic and self-loading (semi-automatic) bullet rifles,
- firearm silencer,
- electronic optical devices designed to aid game observation at night,
- electronic acoustic devices that mislead the game,
- artificial odor that mislead the game or live bait animals,
- arrows with an explosive or poisoned head,