Northern Ireland’s largest shooting and countryside organisations have joined forces to help improve firearms licensing.
The Home Office has begun tendering for a new system to replace the National Firearms Licence Management System in England and Wales.
BASC has backed the Home Office’s response to a private member’s bill regarding pump-action shotguns.
BASC will not accept “rewarding failure” in the upcoming review of firearms licensing fees in England, Scotland and Wales.
BASC has met with the Chief Constable for Dyfed Powys to raise member issues with the police force’s firearms licensing department.
The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) has been made aware that several firearms licensing departments that had previously stopped grant applications have revised their policy after criticism from BASC, press coverage and intervention by MPs. Licensing departments in North Yorkshire, Thames Valley, Kent and Northamptonshire had all previously Read more…
Delays to firearms licensing are set to reach record highs causing significant complications for certificate holders according to the UK’s largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC). Covid restrictions, regulatory medical involvement and a peak in firearms licensing renewals has caused mass disruption across licensing departments Read more…