BASC has welcomed the publication of Scotland’s latest general licences, which will come into force on the 1st January 2021.
Decision sensible and workable, says BASC.
Last minute amendments put forward by the Green Party could have a serious impact on the shooting community.
BASC are engaged in a wide range of projects that marry together practical conservation measures such as habitat management with control of invasive species.
Peter Marshall, BASC's head of training and education, provides some transferable techniques between clay shooting and pigeon decoying.
Significant action is being called for as levels of management have dropped as a result of lockdown measures.
Association highlights contact with government and pledges to be part of any legal challenge.
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.
JDJ Braithwaite reports on the role of modern thermal imaging technology and its use when coupled with airgun hunting methods for the humane removal of grey squirrels from our woodlands. He talks about his experience and the issues he faces in his local town, Lakeland.