The British Association for Shooting and Conservation is dedicated to protect and promote sport shooting domestically and overseas. Orginally founded in 1908 as as the Wildfowlers' Association of Great Britain and Ireland, the group became the BASC in 1981 and now has over 129,000 members. The association is committed to:
The British Association for Shooting and Conservation offers clay pigeon shooting and a number of other shooting opportunities through affiliated clubs. The sport is very popular and one of the few sports where disabled people can compete at the same level as able-bodied competitors.
Join the British Association for Shooting and Conservation today and attend their many shooting gatherings.