BASC is backing efforts to challenge rules which will significantly damage shooting tourism between Northern Ireland and Great Britain.
The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) is backing efforts by government to challenge rules which make it ‘practically impossible’ to bring game meat into Northern Ireland. Game meat, leaving Great Britain for personal consumption has fallen foul of Brexit, meaning Northern Ireland visitors to Great Britain must comply Read more…
BASC is urging John Blair MLA to make his commitment to shooting public following private reassurance that shooting interests will not be impacted.
New requirement to list magazines on firearms certificates discussed in depth at meeting between BASC Northern Ireland and Paul Givan MLA.
Post-Brexit rules on pet travel in and out of Northern Ireland set to be costly.
BASC welcomes Northern Ireland Executive decision to ease lockdown restrictions affecting firearms dealers
This is excellent news for those businesses that have suffered as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Value of Shooting to Northern Ireland’s economy, countryside and social well-being were highlighted to the chair of the Northern Ireland Assembly’s Agriculture Committee
A firearms licensing and fees working group, involving all relevant stakeholders, must be set up by the NI Department of Justice (DoJ) to examine all issues involving firearms licensing and to increase transparency and accountability in the administration of firearms law in Northern Ireland.