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Winter Gun Draw 2018/19

Win a made-to-measure gun and two day’s shooting worth over £16,000

First prize

A bespoke William Powell 12-bore Pegasus worth over £16,000

The Pegasus is built on William Powell’s time-honoured attributes of high quality, balance and attention to detail. All parts are completely hand-finished, polished and engraved in the very best full bouquet and scroll engraving.

The stock is carved out of exhibition-grade walnut with a horn-capped Prince of Wales grip and the best fine chequering. The slim forend, like the Phoenix, is easily removed by the traditional English ‘Anson’ push rod.

The winner will receive:

  • A two-hour gun fit.
  • A fully bespoke made-to-measure Pegasus (in 12 bore) in a nice standard case.
  • A day’s walked up grouse shooting for the winner (one Gun) on an estate of the choice of William Powell in October 2019.
  • One small day’s mixed driven shooting for one Gun (out of nine) after a mix of game birds, wildfowl and possibly some grouse. This will be on the adjoining day to the grouse shoot i.e. making it a two-day shoot.
  • The winner will stay locally and the accommodation for two nights with food will be provided by William Powell.

Total first prize value: £18,500!


Runner-up prize

Browning B725 Hunter worth: £2,000

The BROWNING B725 is an aesthetic and technical revolution in over-and-under shotguns. Based on the legendary B25, it is innovative while still retaining many design features of the B525.

To enter simply fill in the entry form in the latest Shooting and Conservation magazine or telephone 01244 573 030. You can also enter online in the BASC members area.

BASC is licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission, licence number 000-005061-C-100732-003

The BASC Prize Gun Draw is run on the basis that a single unique ticket is awarded for each £1 donated.
Entrants can buy multiple tickets.
Under the Gambling Act 2005, players in the BASC Prize Gun Draw must be aged 16 or over.
The draw will be made at 9am on 28 February 2019 at BASC Head Office.

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