The Clay Pigeon Shooting Association is the National Governing Body for the sport of Clay Target shooting in England. It is recognised by Sport England, the Department of the Environment, the Home Office, and the Police and is a constituent member of the International Clay Target Shooting Council, the International Clay Target Shooting Federation and the English Target Shooting Federation.
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At BASC we look after the interests of over 148,000 shooting enthusiasts – more than any other organisation in the UK.
We use our size and all our experience to support the sport you love and give you the highest level of insurance cover built into your membership. You can always be certain that you’re properly protected.
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The British Association for Shooting and Conservation
Marford Mill, Rossett, Wrexham, LL12 0HL. Tel: 01244 573 000 Fax: 01244 573 001 emailHow did BASC come about?
The organisation was founded as the Wildfowlers’ Association of Great Britain and Ireland, (WAGBI) in 1908 by Stanley Duncan FZS and Sir Ralph Payne-Gallwey Bt.…
Registered Firearms Dealer - RFD 371 West Mercia.
Dealing in good used Shotguns, Rifles and Air Rifles, to suit most budgets. Also stocking Accessories and a range of new Air Rifles.
List of used shotguns for sale.
List of used rifles for sale.
I became a Registered Firearms Dealer in 2005 (RFD 371 West Mercia) but have always had a keen interest in sporting guns, especially shotguns. My first shotgun was a 9mm bolt action 'Garden Gun' at the age of 9 and I have been shooting on at least a semi-regular basis, ever since; including air rifles in the North Hereford Air Gun League. From 1978 my interest in shotguns and rifles increased when I started shooting Sporting Clays and Game. I currently shoot Sporting Clays most Sunday mornings and am part of small local Game shoot during the season.
I currently shoot using a Browning Over and Under 12G. Prior to the Browning, the shotgun I would always use for competitive clays and game was a Russia…
Shooting Supplies was opened in the heart of Bromsgrove in 2002 by Roger Bill, a keen enthusiast of the sport, and just four years later moved to its present location offering a purpose-built shop featuring a dedicated gun room on the outskirts of the town. Roger retired from the business in December 2015 as left it in the capable hands of his son, Antony. Antony has been involved in the business one way or another since its inception in 2002 and in September 2014 he became a director.
The 3000 sq ft premises offer customers a convenient location just off the A38 and close to the M5 and M42 motorways with plenty of parking.
Knowledgeable, experienced staff are always on hand to provide a helpful, friendly service to help fulfil our aim for customers to leave the shop happy with their purchases and confident in the advice they have received. Our philosophy that ‘customer service is paramount’ is key to our business.
Catering for all disciplines of shooti…
Here at Jack Pyke we have been involved in the outdoor market for over 20 years, so we have the experience, the knowledge, the resources and the feedback to offer you a fantastic product range manufactured using quality materials at affordable prices.
One of the brands most distinguishable features is our own camoflage patterns. We supply clothing and accessories in three key patterns - English Oak, English Woodland & Wild Trees Grasslands. Our English Oak pattern is our original pattern developed to cover the UK's long autumn/winter period whilst the English Woodland pattern was developed in response to requests for something more green to suit our lush spring/summer seasons. Our Wild Trees Grassland pattern uses reeds, grasses, brush and leaves, in light to medium browns with small pieces of green foliage ideal for camouflage amongst reeds, grass and harvested crops. For more information please visit the 'Camo Patterns' section of our site.
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Made with a teflon impregnated tweed from Scotland for maximum weather protection. Lined with a cosy green fleece with a hidden fleece lined pouch to keep hands warm. The tweed has a beautiful olive tone with a subtle and feminine lilac and orange fine overcheck.Suede details on the shoulders and trims to the cuffs make this tweed top ideal for shooting and tough jobs. Styled low at the back for a flattering profile and to keep warm. Tailored panels in the front give a flattering shape to a warm garment.
Thew newest sporter HW 110 ST, a new pre-charged air rifle from Weihrauch: excellent accuracy • vibration free shot release • fast and easy repeating • 10-shot magazine capacity • built-in, fillable air cartridge with 200 bar • integral pressure gauge and quick-fill equipment • with regulator • system also available left-handed (against extra charge) • available in cal. .177” (4,5 mm), cal. .20” (5,0 mm) and .22” (5,5 mm) • well-balanced • two stage adjustable match trigger with manual safety • ambidextrous, black sporter stock with soft-touch finish • weaver-type rail for optic mount (scope, barrel thread and / or moderator against extra charge)