We received 2,959 membership telephone enquiries and 518 requests for advice to our firearms helpline during December – just part of the work we do.
BASC members in Scotland are being urged to take part in a firearms licensing questionnaire to give their opinion on the current licencing process.
BASC offers appeals advice to members.
BASC has welcomed the Scottish Parliament’s decision on tail shortening.
Officers in the Highlands and Islands and the British Association for Shooting and Conservation would like to remind the public of what they should do if they find an illegal snare.
It is with great sadness that I have to report the death of Larry Martin. Larry was a founder member of Montrose and District Wildfowlers in 1959 and had served on the committee in one form or another since then. In his later years Larry was treasurer and kept...
BASC is advising members that measures currently in place to reduce the risk of Avian Influenza in England will be lifted from 15 May 2017.
The UK’s largest shooting organisation will relaunch its dedicated General Election campaign website.
BASC is warning against tighter controls on deer population management in Scotland after a parliamentary report outlined recommendations that could radically affect the current voluntary approach.
BASC members are being reminded to cast their vote in this year’s BASC Council election.