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SHOOTING INSURANCE.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Tripleteer, Apr 22, 2014.

  1. Tripleteer

    Tripleteer Donator

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    Hi All.
    just wondered what shooting insurance other forum members use. I have always been with Wagbi/ BASC. but I now find it is getting a little expensive, so thinking of a change. Thanks Paul.
     
  2. Panther

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    Shooting Insurance

    Hi I have just renewed with BASA for airgun only £19.95 a year. can add other types of firearms
     
  3. terry1001

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    This is one of the never ending discussions but the one that most landowners will be familiar with is BASC, to my mind that's worth a lot.
     
  4. Tim_B

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    I used to use BASA but have since swapped to SACS - the Scottish equivalent of BASC. The insurance is very comprehensive and also covers me on my boat.

    The family membership is very reasonable.

    Cheers
    Tim
     
  5. Kenbarcon

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    I am with BASC and for £1 a week i think its a great deal.
     
  6. Cymru-Dave

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    +1 for BASC
     
  7. Tripleteer

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    BASC has the vote so far then!!
     
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    Another vote for BASC :up:
     
  10. Picklehoffer

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    I'm with Country Cover Club. £10m public liability claims with the same for public liability defence. Covers me for just about any country sport at all. £29.95 per year.

    http://www.ccc3.org.uk/home
     
  11. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    SACS here, covers me for everything from air rifle to fishing boat!
     
  12. leaky5

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    Very reasonable for children. They insured my boys for free even though I am not a member. I will defiantly be moving to them this year.
     
  13. Clubshot

    Clubshot Clubshot

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    The one the majority of Landowners and Farmers belong to

    Not just as bit of paper but a Full back up service for Shooters -

    And not forgetting they now take insultment payments - to Spread the cost

    BOB/R
     
  14. jantar

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    Never found the need to change from BASC cos they litsen to members, act rapidly, effectively when needed and give the best all round package. Its also probably the best known and so most easily recognised one for serious shooters. The cost I find is about right for the level of service they provide, its well tried and trusted too so its the one I will stick with.
    'If it ain't broke, don't fix it' is my way.....
     
  15. Tripleteer

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    Thanks for all the replies, seems that the majority favour BASC so will stick with them. regards Paul.
     
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  17. Pete2013

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    Another vote for BASC - I am shooting boar in Poland in June and they were really helpful, sent me confirmation of worldwide cover excl US in Polish. Great service.
     
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    Basc all the way
     

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