The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) has welcomed new measures which cut bureaucracy for shooters visiting Northern Ireland.
Ladies Activity Day that took place at Lisnalea Rod & Gun Club on Saturday the 15th September. This has helped to promote country sports and raise money for action cancers, breast cancer awareness in northern Ireland.
The UK's largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), has challenged a North Wales Police plan to carry out spot checks on legally held firearms and ammunition in breach of Government guidelines and without consulting stakeholders.
Shotgun and firearm certificate holders and applicants are being urged to check payment details for their local police firearms licensing department because the introduction of Police and Crime Commissioners has led to changes across the country.
In recent months regional director Dan Reynolds has worked with the British Pest Control Association (BCPA) as part of their continuing professional development (CPD) programme to keep practicing pest control professionals up to date with the legal requirements of firearms security.
On 19 November, BASC south east welcomed chief executive John Swift and recently appointed council chairman Martyn Howat to the region.
The one day course is aimed at increasing participants? skills and enjoyment and helping people to stay safe and within the law. The course will cover; ? Pigeon shooting and the law ? Gun safety ? Woodpigeon shooting (decoying, flighting and roost shooting) ? Dangers in the field ? Guns and cartridges ? Pattern testing and range judging ? Decoying patterns ? Carcass preparation
Country Sports South West (CSSW) and the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) have published an online marketing guide for shoots.
The UK's largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), has criticised the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) after a report highlighting Durham Police's failings in the handling of Michael Atherton, who shot dead three family members and then himself, was shown to the press months before it is expected to be made public.