BASC Wales, Marford Mill, Rossett, Wrexham, LL12 0HL 
Tel: 01244 573029 or email

BASC Wales aims to provide a public voice for shooting and conservation in Wales with cross-party support in the Welsh Assembly Government. The team campaigns on the issues affecting shooting and conservation in Wales through balanced coverage in the Welsh media. We work to defend the freedom of private firearms ownership, promote healthy quarry populations and habitats and encourage access to shooting in Wales. We are here to provide expert advice and encourage higher standards in shooting.

COVID-19 guidance visits for game shoots

Find out how your BASC affiliated club/syndicate can arrange a Covid-19 guidance visit

Click here for more information

News

BASC .410 World Championship 2020 postponed

The BASC .410 World Championship has been postponed this year however we’re pleased to announce it will be back on 25 September 2021 at a fantastic new venue, Dovey Valley Shooting Ground near Machynlleth.

Instead, we will be running a .410 coaching day on 4 October. Details of this event can be found here.

Last year’s competition winners are welcome to keep hold of their trophies until next year. For further information contact Meurig.Rees@basc.org.uk or call 01239 85163

.410 Coaching event

BASC Wales is holding a day of coaching sessions* on Sunday 4 October where you will have the chance to try small bores under the guidance of BASC-qualified shotgun coaches.

Book your place for £25 per person (£20 for juniors).

A bacon roll, cartridges and clays are all included in the price. Event details can be found here.

*Due to COVID-19 restriction, this event is not open to complete novices..

Take part in the GWCT Wales survey

GWCT is asking shooters in Wales to take part in a survey and share testimonials on the importance of shooting in their lives.

The evidence gathered will be shared with BASC and allow us to lobby Welsh ministers and positively influence the policy and regulation of shooting in Wales.

Follow this link to take part in the survey and have your say by 31 July.