I feel basc is a waste of time ! I find them two faced ! There's better organisations out there who deserve our hard earned cash
Having read that advert, it appears they are inviting people to look at and try out night vision scopes and binoculars.
It doesn't say 'shoot deer' and does not mention telescopic sights or night vision for the purpose. Think you can suppose what you like, but there is no mention of shooting, just a thermal image of a deer. Had it been a man, for example, am sure this would not imply the shooting of people.
"There comes in the dead of night a hand of cold steel that plucks the German sentries from their posts"
Nothing like jumping to conclusions! What about the use of TI equipment for census work and population assessment...?
Not sure, but it looks like you're getting 2+2=5...
The article doesn't mention shooting dear at night. Ok, it's photo of a deer, taken at night, but that's all. Why not use FLIR kit to build a better Management Plan? There are IR trail cameras that hunters use, but to track and monitor not (I'd hope) to actually shoot at night.
Not sure that this is a valid issue, but happy to see what others feedback
PS See the comments that were posted whilst I was typing...
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Let me say this if BASC are wrong ill say so if they get things right as they have many times and are extremely helpfully I'll praise them but here you have made here OP is that fatal mistake" assumption" which as we all know is the mother of all f**k ups! Time to get your foot out of your mouth.
LET HE WHO IS WITHOUT SIN CAST THE FIRST STONE & PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE!
here we go BASC bashing, above my message is a Scott country advert, night vision optics, since when did shooting of deer at night become a desicions of BASC, it's legal, and carried out by many people off this site, not me I hasten to add,.
So if you don,t want to shoot at night don,t do it, but mind your own buissness what others do.
Also i'm pretty sure the night license allows u to use artifical light, i'm pretty sure night vison gear is not allowed.
All the people i know that do shoot under license only use lamp's (and it is far more common in scotland)
I can speak in-depth and with great knowledge about most subjects until some bugger who actually knows what he is speaking about opens his gob .