Joining the BASC team in 2004 with a degree in Zoology and a PhD in Population biology, at Leicester University and Dundee University respectively, Peter initially worked in the Research Department before taking on the role of Director of Shooting Standards in 2007.
He is now responsible for setting the standards within shooting sports, training, coaching, education and introducing young people to shooting through BASC’s young shots programme. He has a great love of most forms of shooting, acquired whilst growing up in the Cambridgeshire fens, although he is particularly interested in wildfowling, rough shooting and fishing.
Based in North Yorkshire M: 07831 666193
David is a very experienced game shot. As well as one to one coaching, he also runs a game shoot and the http://www.alternativeshooting.co.uk (simulated game) And spends time loading and mentoring on the grouse moors and game shoots of North Yorkshire.
Based in Essex.
35 years of shooting. Experienced in all areas of game shooting including driven game, wildfowling (inland and foreshore), rough shooting, pigeon shooting and driven game and shooting abroad including wing shooting in South Africa, experienced in clay shooting including english sporting and high tower.
Donald Muir is one of the most-recognised faces in shooting in Scotland, having been actively involved in wildfowling and all other forms of shooting even well before joining BASC Scotland as our first Development Officer over 10 years ago. In his current role Donald is responsible for all of our varied training delivery, including a wide range of Young Shots courses, all other events such as shows and fairs, as well as the representing BASC Scotland on all the Local Authority committees dealing with wildfowling permit schemes.
Donald is a native of Fife and is also a BASC Shotgun Coach, a Range Conducting Officer and a qualified assessor. His main interests are in wildfowling and deer stalking.