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Young Shots Introduction to Duck Flighting

Due to the outbreak of COVID 19 and government guidance BASC took the decision to postpone all training courses scheduled up until the end of June 2020. With the restrictions starting to be lifted in different areas of the UK at different rates, we expect courses to start going ahead from the 9th July in England and at later dates in Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. All courses will be reviewed on a daily basis and be led by government advice. I would like to thank all our future course participants for being understanding during this difficult period. If your course was postponed or is going to be postponed you will be contacted by a member of staff. The list of current courses are published on the BASC website and are open to booking subject to further government guidance.


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Date(s)

12/09/2019

Time

5:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Location: Main Road

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Young Shots are invited to join BASC for an introduction to Duck Flighting.

On the evening young shots will learn the purpose of shooting ducks, the law regarding the subject, quarry identification, range judging, and there may be the opportunity to win a prize.

Young shots will then be taken out with an experienced shot and placed in a hide adjacent to a lake where they may get the chance to bag themselves a duck or two.

At the end of the flight it is back to the shoot room for a nice warming meal and Q & A session.

This is fun and informative, and aimed at a young shot who has some experience of shooting with their own gun.

It is a great way for young shots to have an understanding of Duck Flighting

Join us on Thursday 12th September for an evening not to be missed

BASC members and non members welcome.

Minimum age: 12 years

Maximum age: 18 years

Cost: £50pp member £60pp non member

Young Shots will need to bring their own gun and non toxic cartridges and suitable outdoor clothing for the weather conditions

For further details or to book please call the Central England office on 01283 810 910 or email central@basc.org.uk.