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    Improve your shooting and improve your shoot management

    Shooting for theFuture
    A joint venture between the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust and BASC. This 2 day course aims to improve your shooting and improve your shoot management. The next event is being held at the Allerton Project Visitor Centre in Loddington, Leicestershire on the 6th and 7thMay.

    Further details of the course and booking instructions canbe found hear
    http://basc.org.uk/sporting-services/basc-training-courses/shooting-for-the-future/

    We have received numerous Testimonials from the previous events

    “The high standard ofpresentations and coaching reinforced my opinion that conservationists and gameshooters are very well represented by GWCT and BASC, who do so much for the environment and their membership, which is open to all.” IW, Chartered Surveyor, Chartered Environmentalist

    “I’m Still elatedfrom a first class day last Friday.” IB

    “It was first class”– Mr Walker

    “The simulator was brilliant. The Coaching session was perfect! And the instructors Superb; Well Done! “– Mr Burkinshaw.

    “Fantastically informative for someone with little experience of game shooting. Such better value than an hours private lesson at the local clay ground, plus the proceedsgo to a worthy cause” – Mr Cormichael

    “BASC and GWCT haveput together an excellent course giving me much to think about, and techniques to help improve my shooting. All staff were extremely friendly with a wealth ofexperience in all forms of shooting. Very much looking forward to my next course” – Mr Stott

    “We were both new to shooting and believe that all new certificate holders would benefit from thisearly insight if they intend to shoot quarry. We are certainly more respectful.Thank you for your time. Very well run and informative course and exceptional value” – Mr and Mrs Mason.
    Dr Peter Marshall
    BASC Sporting Services
    Website: http://basc.org.uk/sporting-services/

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    Great course for those looking to improve their shotgun shooting skills or looking to improve the management of their pheasant shoot.

    The course is run by, Mike Swan and Myself, with Matt Ellis, Roger Draycot, Austin Weldon and BASC Coaches in attendance.

    Peter
    Dr Peter Marshall
    BASC Sporting Services
    Website: http://basc.org.uk/sporting-services/

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    You need to book the courses through the GWCT website or speak to Lynda http://www.gwct.org.uk/events/calend...or-the-future/

    Peter
    Dr Peter Marshall
    BASC Sporting Services
    Website: http://basc.org.uk/sporting-services/

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    A friend on mine went on this course and really enjoyed it.

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    If you are involved in the management of a game shoot, the second day of this event is a 'Must'. Mike Swan and Austin Weldon give excellent advice on improving your shoots returns.

    The first day of this two day event is aimed at those who are struggling with their shooting success. Coaches are on hand to give advice and you will also have an opportunity to analyse your shooting on the ST-2 Shooting Simulator.

    Booking is done through the GWCT at the link above

    Thanks, Peter
    Dr Peter Marshall
    BASC Sporting Services
    Website: http://basc.org.uk/sporting-services/

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