Introduction to Simulated Game – Bagots Park, Staffordshire

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Due to the current outbreak of COVID 19 we are delivering courses to government guidelines making sure they are COVID safe. Subject to the government guidance, local lockdowns and National Lockdowns we may have to postpone some courses in the future at short notice. If your course is going to be postponed, you will be contacted directly by a member of staff to discuss your options.


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Date(s)

20/05/2021

Time

9:00 am - 3:00 pm


Location: Bagots Park

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Join us at Bagots Park shooting estate on Thursday 20th May for a 3000 clay simulated game day.

This is an introductory event and the perfect opportunity for those that haven’t shot a simulated game day before.

BASC shotgun coaches (following government social distancing guidelines) will be on hand to give you advice throughout the day.

We will provide you with some lead alternative cartridges to try on one drive which will allow you to compare performance. Please ensure that the shotgun and choke combination you bring along is suitable to shoot standard steel cartridges.

You will enjoy a field lunch and light refreshments at the end of the day.

Only 10 places available – strictly for those that have not shot simulated game before.

Cost: £150 BASC members/ £180 non member

Venue: Bagots Park Estate, Rugeley, Staffordshire, WS15 3ER

You will need to bring;

  • SGC
  • Shotgun
  • Approximately 250 cartridges
  • PPE

To book email central@basc.org.uk

COVID-19

Measures have been taken to reduce the risk of contracting COVID19 during this event. All staff, volunteers and attendees will be asked to follow the latest guidance set out by Government. If a BASC member of staff deems you are not following guidance you may be asked to leave. BASC accepts no responsibility or liability in respect of any claims of contracting COVID19 at this event. A full refund will be issued if the event has to be cancelled due to any sudden restrictions put in place by Government preventing the event from going ahead.

If you, or anyone in your household, are displaying symptoms of COVID19, you should not participate in this event and should continue to follow Government guidelines at the time of the event. Similarly, do not attend this event if doing so is in breach of local coronavirus restrictions in your area of residence.

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