New firearms legislation requiring the notification of deactivated weapons has been initiated as a result of the UK’s delayed exit from the EU, BASC is advising members and trade.
Following confirmation that a General Election will take place, BASC has relaunched its campaign website.
BASC has condemned Liverpool City Council’s decision to pass an anti-shooting motion as a gross misrepresentation of the shooting community.
Headline priorities include improving air and water quality, tackling plastic pollution and restoring habitats to allow plants and wildlife to thrive.
BASC "will not stand by" to see shooting and British companies impeded by "unscientific and unreasoned motions".
The shooting community has been left with no progression as government fail to ensure medical profession statutory duty in consultation launched by Home Office.
BASC Scotland is liaising with the government and police to resolve the airline's ban on passengers travelling into Scottish airports with firearms.
Political Affairs Manager, Sophie Hutchinson, travelled to the European Parliament in Strasbourg in May with the Federation of the Associations for Hunting and Conservation in Europe (FACE) and the Countryside Alliance.
COLIN SHEDDEN, BASC director Scotland, says UK shooters should be ready to counter the threats and grasp the opportunities that may arise.