Based in North West Highlands of Scotland
Mob: 07771 863450 or 01445 712426
BASC Shotgun Coach and Shotgun Safety Officer.
Ronnie is a Head Gamekeeper/Stalker on a large Highland Estate. He has been involved in game shooting and deer stalking for over 35 years.
Available for one-to-one tuition, private or small corporate events.
Based in Perth
M: 07739 137031
Based in Fife.
Contact: 01334 658800 or 07743 813795 (Day)
Donald Muir is one of the most-recognised faces in shooting in Scotland, having been actively involved in wildfowling and all other forms of shooting even well before joining BASC Scotland as our first Development Officer over 10 years ago. In his current role Donald is responsible for all of our varied training delivery, including a wide range of Young Shots courses, all other events such as shows and fairs, as well as the representing BASC Scotland on all the Local Authority committees dealing with wildfowling permit schemes.
Donald is a native of Fife and is also a BASC Shotgun Coach, a Range Conducting Officer and a qualified assessor. His main interests are in wildfowling and deer stalking.
Based: Lanarkshire and West Lothian
Mobile: 07852 882 056
Based in Aberdeenshire
Contact Tel: 07736 381164
Based in Fife
M: 07774 184648
Stephen has a varied background in shooting having competed in pistol, rifle and shotgun events.
After years of coaching pistol shooting, and some informal shotgun instruction, for his shooting club; Stephen completed the year or so of training required to become a BASC Shotgun Coach.Since then he has coached for BASC exclusively in Scotland operating at most of the main fairs.A Safe Shot Assessor, and a nationally qualified NRA Range Conducting Officer.Coaching activity includes Cluny Clays in Fife Scotland, and also for a farmer friend who runs an activity centre offering Quads, Hovercraft and clay shooting at Craigluscar Activities near Dunfermline in Fife.I have helped at several young shots days and a ladies day, held jointly at Trochry and the Dunkeld shooting ground.