The UK’s largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), will be offering high quality, expert shotgun coaching for new and experienced shooters at this year’s CLA Game Fair.
A new range of insurance policies has been launched by BASC which will cover on and off-road vehicle use, travel including shooting and fishing, personal accident and cover for professional shooting activities.
Government proposals to increase the fee for the grant of a shotgun certificate from £50 to £79.50 with proportionate increases in other licensing fees have been welcomed as fair by the UK’s largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC). If agreed these will be the first increases in fees for 13 years.
More people are being asked to come forward to train as airgun coaches under a new coaching award run by the UK’s largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC). David Ilsley from BASC said: “The award is not about teaching you how to shoot, it’s about teaching you how to teach others to shoot. It is very important that the modern airgun coach is equipped to provide training in a variety of situations and ensure high standards in shooting.” The award is made up of five modules, delivered through a training programme developed by BASC. The modules focus on safety, instructional techniques, airgun ballistics, risk assessment and range conducting. Two days’ training will be followed by a day’s assessment. For more information about becoming a BASC airgun coach, email Nick Lane or click here. BASC currently has a team of more than 40 airgun coaches and has already received more than 60 enquiries about the new award. BASC is also offering to sponsor club competitions at airgun clubs. David Ilsley added: “We will provide you with prizes and material for one club competition which we would ideally like to be open to non-club members too.” For more information email David Ilsley.