BASC welcomes plans to enshrine definition of ‘antique firearm’ in law.
BASC asks Home Office to reconvene medical evidence working group.
Kelvin Pettitt has been crowned the first ever BASC-accredited shotgun coach of the year.
Membership of the British Association for Shooting and Conservation has hit a record 150,000 – meaning the voice of shooting is louder and clearer than ever before.
BASC has welcomed an announcement by Lincolnshire Police that it plans to go live with an online licensing system before the end of the year.
BASC’s Wiltshire social committee has launched a new grant scheme aimed at getting young people involved in conservation activities.
BASC gave BBC Radio Bristol the facts on airguns in a live interview this morning.
The UK’s largest shooting organisation believes there is a lack of evidence to support further regulation.
More than 150 students and teachers tried their hand at clay shooting.
Defra minister highlights shooting’s role in economic and environmental sustainability.