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Question Insurance (again!)

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Jester666, May 10, 2012.

  1. Jester666

    Jester666 Active Member

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    The only shooting I do (Air rifle) is on the farm where I live.

    Just a bit of plinking in the garden and a bit of pest control. Rats, Woodies, Mice etc.

    What does the BASC insurance cover me for? And is it worth it?

    Cheers.
     
  2. tomo44

    tomo44 Engaging Member

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    Check out the BASC web site, all the info you need is there.
    If you have any public rights of way across the farm land I would recomend getting some sort of liability insurance.
     
  3. Jester666

    Jester666 Active Member

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    I have looked at the website but I'm not too good with law jargon! :confused: :)

    Copied from the website:
    £10 million Legal Liability Cover ( for all shooting categories )
    £10 million Employer Liability Cover ( for all shooting categories )
    £10 million Product Liability cover ( for all shooting categories )
    The policies provide cover for The British Association for Shooting and Conservation Limited and each member thereof. The Policies cover recreational activities of wildfowling, rabbit, pigeon, game, deer, vermin and target shooting, air-gunning, conservation, hawking, archery, angling and ferreting.
    The policies provide worldwide cover with a limitation of 90 days to cover holidays for members resident permanently in Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Channel Islands and Isle of Man. (Excluding North America & Canada).
    The BASC insurance only covers recreational activities.

    Can someone explain please! There are public rights of way on the farm although they are rarely used.

    Cheers again!
     

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