Airgun safety in the spotlight

Manufacturers and retailers are being urged to get behind a new campaign to enforce airgun safety and stave off the threat of tighter legislation. Supported by the GTA and AMTA, the Airgun Sports Trust is a universal airgun safety campaign

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BASC updates air weapon licensing advice  

BASC has responded to the Scottish government’s long-awaited publication of regulations on air weapon licensing and its announcement on fees – which are £72 for new applications, £20 for a visitor permit and £5 for existing shotgun and firearm certificate

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Licensing – A Costly Mistake

BASC has described a system to license the estimated half-a-million airguns in Scotland as unnecessary, costly and impractical. It says the move flies in the face of results of public consultation, fails on every principle of good regulation, will place unnecessary

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