We received 3,956 membership telephone enquiries and 844 requests for advice to our firearms team during March - just part of the work we do.
BASC is calling on all shooters in England, Wales and Scotland to object to Home Office proposals for a massive and unjustified hike in firearms licensing fees
Medical involvement in firearms licensing discussed with government.
BASC is calling on all shooters to email the Welsh Government by 7th March in support of the existing voluntary ban on shooting Greenland white-fronted geese.
BASC encourages all shooters to take part in a public opinion survey on EU legislation designed to protect nature. Please spare a few minutes of your time to show the citizens of the EU that shooters support nature.
Two new research white papers have been published offering policy recommendations to enhance the important work carried out as part of land management for shooting. The papers have been produced by BASC.
BASC has published a paper entitled “Grouse moor licensing - assessment of proposal and summary of unintended consequences”.
BASC has published a paper entitled “BASC Assessment of Air Weapons and Licensing (Scotland) Bill”.
BASC has published its first white paper “The role of societal impacts and ecosystem services in the definition of favourable conservation status”, which looks at how ecosystem services can be considered when designating and managing protected sites.