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Thread: BASC for DSC1 Insurance?

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    BASC for DSC1 Insurance?

    Turns out I need insurance to do my DSC1....

    Having read the old threads, I've decided to go for BASC as it's an all-in-one package rather than BDS which entails joining, then applying for insurance etc. I'm also looking for insurance and an org. that will cover me for stalking, selling an occasional carcass (Deer, Boar whatever really) and is happy to talk to my FEO should issues arise with my initial FAC application.

    I'll pull the trigger on this tonight unless anyone thinks I'm making a tragic mistake.....

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    SACS and as a member of this forum see the sticky.

    D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toxster View Post
    Turns out I need insurance to do my DSC1....

    Having read the old threads, I've decided to go for BASC as it's an all-in-one package rather than BDS which entails joining, then applying for insurance etc. I'm also looking for insurance and an org. that will cover me for stalking, selling an occasional carcass (Deer, Boar whatever really) and is happy to talk to my FEO should issues arise with my initial FAC application.

    I'll pull the trigger on this tonight unless anyone thinks I'm making a tragic mistake.....
    SACS + 1 and a lot cheaper due to being a member of the SD

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJC View Post
    SACS + 1 and a lot cheaper due to being a member of the SD
    Cheapest isn't always the most economical.

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    Always happy to welcome a new member on board and I am always here to help if I can, so personally I hope you choose BASC!

    But as you can see there is plenty of choice with a range of prices as you can see, all depends on if you appreciate the extra things that are on offer for an extra 30 or so.

    Best wishes
    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1066kieran View Post
    Cheapest isn't always the most economical.
    NGO or SACS what dont they do that BASC does ?. Why pay more for the same.

    Jimbo

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    Not wishing to start an argument, but as you asked the question - take a look at the home page of the BASC web site and look at the news and key issues that we are currently working on...that's what we do that others don't. Simply because we have more resources on the media, press and political lobbying side.

    If shooters think that's worth an extra 30 or so a year then BASC is your choice, if not then there are plenty of others.

    Personally I choose to be a member of CA for hunting and the broader countryside remit, NGO as I am a part time 'keeper, and BASC as they focus on shooting.

    Best wishes
    David

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    You get what you pay for go B A S C .They are always ready to help. They lead others follow. why have a ford escort when for a little more you can have a Rolls.Good luck.woodfordfallow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo 30 06 View Post
    NGO or SACS what dont they do that BASC does ?. Why pay more for the same.

    Jimbo
    Yea why not do your DSC1 with Sacs? oh thats right they dont run any courses do they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobt View Post
    Yea why not do your DSC1 with Sacs? oh thats right they dont run any courses do they?
    Why do a course?

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