Find out what BASC’s firearms team does on a daily basis.
Police forces stepping away from Home Office guidance was biggest problem for members.
Following the recent increase of independent medical reports, BASC’s director of firearms describes the solution put forward by BASC to ease the certificate application process.
Members whose licensing applications are being delayed should contact the association’s firearms team.
New firearms legislation introduced on under-18s storing firearms, registered firearms dealers and deactivated firearms.
BASC’s firearm team is responsible for advising members on firearm issues. Firearms officer Simon Vann looks at the contentious subject of removal of firearms by the police and the legal requirements that they must meet.
As we all know, getting a gun that fits properly will help your shooting in leaps and bounds. However, when it comes to rifles, we often neglect this important aspect which can lead to some bad habits creeping in that will affect your accurate shooting.
One of the aims of the 2016 Home Office guide to firearms licensing law was to bring about consistency in how the police administered firearms licensing in England and Wales, particularly around medical involvement in the process.
One of the most frequent questions the firearms team is asked relates to the firearm certificate renewal application process.